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THIRD MONTHLY EXAMINATION

ENGLISH 8

I. Paper and Pen


I. Literal and Figurative Language

1. Sometimes, I have to be my little sisters’ brain.


a. Literal b. Figurative
2. Daniel thinks doing homework is like walking in the park.
a. Literal b. Figurative
3. I love eating vegetables.
a. Literal b. Figurative
4. My teammate is a snail and a turtle combined!
a. Literal b. Figurative
5. Before the volleyball match, both teams attended an orientation.
a. Literal b. Figurative
6. She is a star dancing in the stage.
a. Literal b. Figurative
7. Edward went to mall to watch the latest movie.
a. Literal b. Figurative
8. Before leaving, Laila jumps to conclusions and died because of the truth.
a. Literal b. Figurative
9. Angelo expresses his feelings through paintings.
a. Literal b. Figurative
10. You scared me to death.
a. Literal b. Figurative
11. She drowned her sorrows.
a. Literal b. Figurative
12. Grasshoppers’ are fiddlers who play their legs.
a. Literal b. Figurative
13. The flower smells sweet.
a. Literal b. Figurative
14. Grasses are green.
a. Literal b. Figurative
15. The trees are dancing while the wind is singing.
a. Literal b. Figurative

2. Short Response

EN8LT-IIe-0-9: Appreciate literature as an art form inspired and influenced by nature


EN8LT-IIh-2.3: Draw similarities and differences of the featured selections in relation to the
theme
Directions: Answer the questions briefly and comprehensively (10pts)

1.

In what ways can I appreciate Korean Literature as an art form that has been inspired by
nature?________________________________________________________________________
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1. How would you compare Korean dramas to Philippine dramas?


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Rubrics:
Content – 5pts
Organization – 3pts
Creativity – 2pts

3.

EN8RC-IIh-2.15: Organize information in tables, graphs, and maps


EN8RC-IIg-11: Transcode information from linear to nonlinear texts and vice versa
EN8RC-IId-2.22: Evaluate the personal significance of a literary text

Directions: Analyze the character of Yun Ok using the diagram below. (10pts)

1. Who is the protagonist in the Korean Folktale “The Tiger’s Whiskers”?


b. Hermit
c. Yun Ok
d. Woman
2. In the following descriptions below, which is the best that describe the traits of the
protagonist?
a. Young, pretty, determined
b. Artistic, cheerful, smart
c. Gentle, creative, pretty
3. What is the role of the protagonist in the story?
a. Young wife who is loving and caring for his husband.
a. Young wife who is determined to charm her husband.
b. Young wife who is independent.

4. What are the problems/challenges that the protagonist faced?


a. The protagonist needs to get the tiger’s whiskers.
b. The protagonist’s husband has returned from war and he is not the same as he was
before he left.
c. The protagonist is afraid to his husband
5. What are the accomplishments of the protagonist?
a. Knowledge of thought, patience and effort.
b. Intelligence, love, pain
c. Hatred, patience,

Name of the character: YUN OK


Physical Appearance:

Character’s Role:

Problems/Challenges:

Character’s Accomplishment:

“Nothing is impossible; the word itself says I’m possible.”

Prepared by:

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Ms. Natasha A. Bal-ut
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Ms. Jergenie Red España
Checked by:

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Ms. Mary Elaine Octavio
(English Coordinator)

Noted by:
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Wylene G. Herminigildo
(School P