Competency Building Course English 1.

Which of the following terms describes the subject matter, style, tone and attitude of literature of ancient Greek and Rome? A. Romanticism B. Realism C. Classicism D. Naturalism E. Existentialism 2. Plato‟s idea about the art of poetry is expressed in treatise _________? A. The Republic B. Poetics C. Ars Poetica D. On The Sublime E. Ion 3. He believes that reality exists when the thing or object or emotion is lasting. A. Aristotle B. Sophocles C. Plato D. Longinus E. Sappho 4. It is a narrative technique utilized by Homer and Sophocles in their plot scheme. A. flashback B. media res C. unity D. foreshadowing E. discovery 5. Longinus advanced his theory on poetry in which writings? A. Ion B. The Republic C. Poetics D. On The Sublime E. Ars Poetica

6. He is a Spanish author who wrote the novel “Don Quixote”. A. Gustave Flaubert B. Joseph Condrad C. Miguel de Cervantes D. D.H. Lawrence E. Herman Melville 7. The following taboo phrases were used by which writer? “I fart at thee”, “shit on your head’, “dirty bastard” A. Ben Johnson B. Henry James C. Ernest Hemingway D. Arnold Bronte E. Robinson Crusoe 8. He believes that the poet is an inventor for a better world. A. John Donne B. John Dryden C. William Wordsworth D. John Milton E. Emily Dickinson 9. He said that a man is a product of his choices. A. Jean Paul Sartre B. William Shakespeare C. Robinson Crusoe D. Herman Melville E. John Donne 10. It is the movement in literature criticizing the marginalization of women and gender equality. A. Formalism B. Feminism C. Structuralism D. Naturalism E. Romanticism

11. It is a criticism that uses personal judgement. A. New Criticism B. Formalism C. Reader‟s Response D. Psychoanalytic Poetry E. Binary Opposition 12. It is the consequence of pity and fear among the spectators. A. hamartia B. repentance C. discovery D. suffering E. catharsis

13. It is the consequence of a mistake in judgment. A. discovery B. suffering C. peripety D. existence E. tragedy 14. Which among the following does not belong to Aristotle‟s view on plot? A. The plot should be single. B. The plot should have a twist at the end. C. The plot should be complete. D. The plot should show sudden change in the hero‟s fortune. E. The plot must have the beginning, middle and end. 15. When is a poem good according to Longinus? A. If it is beautifully crafted. B. If it elevates the reader to greater heights of feelings. C. If the poem can easily understand to the readers. D. If it affects the reader through nobility of diction and thought. E. If the message of the poem can be stated to the readers. 16. Who is presented as the most honest and moral of Chaucer‟s pilgrims? A. The Knight B. The Parson

C. The Reeve D. The Wife of Bath E. The King 17. Out of the following four pilgrims, which is the most corrupt? A. The Sergeant /Man of Law B. The Wife of Bath C. The Reeve D. The Pardoner E. The Knight 18. In Herman Melville‟s “Moby Dick”, what does the sea associate? A. long life, freedom and rebirth B. strong reflection, life and rebirth C. searching, vision and rebirth D. spiritual mystery, death and rebirth E. life, death and rebirth 19. He is an essayist who wrote against the rigidity of Puritanism. A. Soren Kierkegard B. Ralph Waldo Emerson C. Henry David Thoreau D. Jonathan Edwards E. Daniel Defoe 20. Ulysses chronicles the passage of Leopold Bloom through Dublin during an ordinary day, 16 June 1904.The title alludes to Odysseus, the hero of Homer‟s Odyssey. Name the author of Ulysses. A. Anthony Trollope B. Kenneth Grahame C. Laurence Strene D. James Joyce E. Jonathan Swift 21. He is a king who ruled with the help of the knights of the round table. A. King Henry I B. King Arthur C. King Alfred D. King George IV E. King Charles I

A. Existentialism E. form 27. A. Naturalism C. A philosophy advocating that man is a product of freedom. Syntax C. allegory B. It is focusing on the outstanding feature of a person. structure E. Formalism C . A. Existentialism E. Peter Pan 24.Romanticism D. Romanticism 23. It is undoubtedly the simplest way of fleshing out the theme. It is the study of the principles and rules for constructing sentences in natural languages.Name the book which opens with the line „All children. Naturalism 26. Imagism B.22. Semiotics B. Realism D. except one grew up‟? A. Semantics . symbol C. Sarah Fielding 25. A. The Paradise Lost C. Emily Bronte E. Emily Dickinson C. Elizabeth Browning B. Anne Bradstreet D. A. image D. Feminism B. The Moby Dick B. The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn D. She is an American writer who made herself known for her extreme individualism in poetry. Uncle Tom‟s Cabin E.

none of the above 31. Christina Georgina Rossetti E. existentialist D. naturalist C. religious C. and children‟s poems. Formalism D. Revelations D. Structuralism E. It is also called The Apocalypse in Bible. Anne Bradstreet D. peasants D. Mary Shelley . devotional. Edith Hamilton C. Proverbs C. A.D. A. Modern Criticism 30. Oliver Cromwell belong to what party? A. Genesis B. formalist E. Acts 32. Popularization B. round head E. It refers to making art and literature accessible to the masses. Phonetics E. Phonemes 28. feminist B. A. Imagism C. land owners 29. The play “Hamlet” is a ________. Psalm E. royalist B. Emily Dickinson B. A. She was an English poet who wrote a variety of romantic.

34. . cataphora B. . parallelism 36. proform . anaphora C. Canterbury Tales E. conjunction B. partial recurrence D. anaphora C. coherence B. It is the repetition of words at the beginnings of neighbor clauses. A. Affective Fallacy D. The belief that the meaning or value of work may be determined by the author‟s intention. Organic Unity E. Tension B.” A. What work contains these lines: “There hurls in at the hall-door an unknown rider . Morte D‟arthur C.33. A. Intentional Fallacy C. None of the above. Half a giant on earth I hold him to be. As You Like It B. cohesion C. ellipses E. cathapora D. conjunction D. A. A. coherence E. Sir Gawain and the Green Knight 35. cohesion 37. This is used to describe an expression that co-refers with a latter expression. Piers Plowman D. recurrence E. The repeated words with the same text.

A. Ramayana is attributed to Valmki. coherence D. The Cask of Amontillado 40. E. paraphrase C. 42. A. subordination E. The Scarlet Letter D. Animal Farm B. “A Picture in the Cellar” discusses about of keeping memoirs. Edgar Allan Poe wrote dark novels. C. The educated Africans are the hope of the African nations. Which of these statements is false? A. B. John Donne E. D. ellipses C. Which of the following is a work of SAMUEL LANGHORNE CLEMENS? A. Francis Bacon 43. Adventures of Huckleberry Finn C. paraphrase B. C. Inhabitants of these cities were dark-skinned. Geoffrey Chaucer is the unofficial father of English Literature. subordination 41. Oliver Cromwell C. The Mohenjo-Daro civilization flourished on 3000-2500 BC. A mark or series of marks that usually indicate an intentional omission of some parts. ellipses D. A restatement of a text or passages.38. A. A. parallelism B. . William Shakespeare B. conjunction E. All of these statements are true except one. Africans believe that hope for a better Africa lies in its ability to integrate. John Milton D. Uncle Tom‟s Cabin E. He is an essayist exemplified Elizabethan ideal of intellectual versatility in the 17 th Century. conjunction 39. B.

Sampiran B. Hansi C. Suthon Phu 47. A. He is a Chinese dramatic playwright who wrote “The West Chamber”. antecedent E. allegory 45. Noh Play D. denouement C. Jose Garcia Villa D. Confucius 48. Catherine Lim C. Rabindranath Tagore wrote “Gitanjali”. Animal Farm B. Nick Joaquin E. Sionil Jose C. Manuel Arguilla 46. catalexis D.D. E. F. It carrying the sense of one line of verse over the next line without a pause. Bienvienido Santos B. 44. Next to Iliad. Seloka E. Moby Dick . Wang Shifu E. enjambment B. Kahlil Gibran D. eventually published in 1945. It is a dramatic expression of Zen Buddhism viewed by feudal lords. Mahabharata is the world‟s longest epic. Black Beauty C. Which novel. was rejected by a New York publisher stating „it is impossible to sell animal stories in the USA‟? A. Watership Down D. A. A. The Tale of Peter Rabbit E. A. Seami Motokiyo B. He is one of the exceptional writer in Philippine Literature and also known as Quijano De Manila.

The study and classification of language based on how morphemes create words is called ____________? A. New Criticism B. Symbolism C. Event Semantics E. John Lydgate E. A. 8 53. Morphological Typology B.49. William Langland B. 6 D. These words are created by adding affixes to roots. 7 E. Word Borrowing . A. Linguistic Typology 54. Syntax 52. A. Modern Criticism D. Giovanni Boccaccio 51. Sir Thomas Malory C. Moral Criticism E. Lexeme Based Morphology D. Psychoanalytic Criticism 50. This approach attempts to explain the how‟s and why‟s of human action and can exist side by side with any other critical method of interpretation. Geoffrey of Monmouth D. Morphology B. He translated “The Fall of Princes” from the French. 5 C. 4 B. The study and classification of language based on how morphemes create words is called ________________? A. Word Based Morphology C. How many Inflectional Morphemes are there in English? A. Phonology C. Semantics E. Typology D.

A. Compounding E. Blending E. Allomorphs B. noun B. Clipping E. adverbs 59. phoneme C. Back Formation C. Compound Words C. Acronyms 58. Words formed from the first letter or letters of more than one words is called __________? A. Which one is NOT an open class of words? A.B. It is a relatively recently devised word/phrase that has not been accepted into mainstream usage. Clipping 56. syntax B. Trade Names D. Blending D. verbs E. Neologism . Compounding C. Trade Names D. Trade Names B. allomorphs D. It involves snipping a part of a word to create a shortened form. Clipping E. Compounding D. adjective C. morpheme E. pronoun D. predicate 57. Derivation B. The meaningful units of language are called ____________? A. A. Blending 55. Word Borrowing C.

Psycholinguistics E. Derivational Morpheme D. Evolutionary Linguistics C. Allomorphs 63. Free Morpheme B. Bound Morpheme C. Stylistics D. It is a branch of linguistics that study of the cognitive processes and representations underlying language use. Blending E. Stylistics D.60. A. Clipping B. Psycholinguistics E. Historical Linguistics 64. Trade Names 61. Applied Linguistics B. Neurolinguistics B. Free Morpheme B. A. Historical Linguistics C. It is a morpheme that only appears as part of a larger word and the one that can stand alone. Back Formation D. Sociolinguistics . A. Word Borrowing C. It is the study of how languages change over time and the relationship among different languages. Inflectional Morpheme D. It refers to the process of creating a new lexeme by removing actual or supposed affixes. Inflectional Morpheme E. Allomorphs 62. It can function independently as words and can appear with other lexemes. Derivational Morpheme E. Bound Morpheme C. A. A.

their distribution in relation to one another. Stylistics 67. Sociolinguistics E. A. Historical Linguistics 68.65. level of semantics C. Developmental Linguistics C. Historical Linguistics B. Applied Linguistics B. It studies the choices of specific lexical items in a text. Applied Linguistics B. Neurolinguistics E. Applied Linguistics 66. It is the study of the origin and subsequent development of language by the human species. Stylistics D. A branch of linguistics which studies style in a scientific and systematic way concerning the manners or linguistic features of different varieties of language at different levels. Morphology E. Sociolinguistics E. Evolutionary Linguistics D. Graphology D. Semantics C. compared to human language. level of morphology D. The following choices is a linguistic description except one. Clinical linguistics C. level of phonology/graphology 69. Which is it? A. Phonology B. level of lexis E. Lexicology . Psycholinguistics C. A branch o linguistics that study of natural as well as human-taught communication systems in animals. level of syntax/grammar B. A. Biolinguistics D. A. A. and their meanings.

E.70. lived inside the house. When a teacher wants to emphasize the learners‟ needs to identify why they are writing and for whom. A. Which one of these sentences below is simple sentence? A. Her son studies History. The worksheet is where you have put it. 73. Linguo-Stylistics D. Literary Stylistics B. General Stylistics C. D. Word Borrowing D. Semiotics 71. Text D. Jack wanted to go swimming. but his wife wanted to go shopping. Literary Stylistics E. A. The students who came to the press conference are all from the same school. He walked as if someone was following him. 74. Compounding C. B. her daughter majors in Chemistry. but the dog. The score was thirty-six to nothing. All of the people enjoyed the concert and the dinner that followed it. B. We will be at the restaurant in twenty minutes. who knew he was superior. he/she can use the _________. Back Formation 75. Register C. Register E. C. A. Which of the following is not a complex sentence? A. We must find a teacher who understands our needs. E. D. General Stylistics B. C. Clipping B. Blending E. process approach B. controlled writing approach . It concentrates on the general features of various types of language used. obviously there was little hope that the home team could win. It concentrating on the unique features of various literary works. What process of words was used in the word brunch? A. The cat lived in the backyard. Semiotics 72.

Creative Competence 79. Cognitive skills necessary for the construction and understanding of meaningful sequences of words. B. The phonological. given the setting. A.C. A communicative competence area which is concern is one knowing how to use and respond to language appropriately. Modern descriptive linguistics is based on structural approach to language. A. Linguistic Competence B. Sociolinguistic Competence D. communicative writing approach E. Which statement is true? A. Bloomfield C. Linguistic Performance E. C. Communicative Language Teaching 78. Malinowsky B. free writing approach D. and the relationship among the people communicating. Task-Based Approach E. This concept equates the idea of a “learning task” to a language learning technique in itself. Communicative Competence D. Learning By Teaching D. Transactional Approach B. . Discourse Competence B. A. Strategic Competence E. the topic. task-based approach 76. Grammatical Competence C. A. Applied linguistics is concerned with first language acquisition. Psycholinguistics covers the non-cognitive process that make it possible to generate a grammatical and meaningful sentence out of vocabulary and grammatical structures. Vineyard E. Communicative Approach C. Linguistic Competence C. Halliday D. morphological and syntactic aspect of language change are separate processors. Language Competence 77. Chomsky 80.

E. B. Broca's area E. attitude of the learner B. C. Wernicke's area B. fricative E.D. Parietal lobe D. soccer is a hyponym of sports E. 81. There are two components which contributes to language acquisition. phonology D. Morphological Typology has divided into two main types: the analytic and semantic. E. happy is a homonym of sad B. a combination of a syllabic writing system with symbols representing important religious concepts. ability to hear E. blue is a synonym of color D. these are universal grammar and the environment. a pictographic writing system. The White House is a metonym of The United States Government 83. Egyptian hieroglyphics can best be characterized as A. dental D. Which of these sections of the brain plays an important part in language production/comprehension? A. a combination of ideographic elements with symbols representing linguistic sounds 85. cultural background 84. nasal B. palatal 82. D. Which of the following is a common linguistic problem for someone learning a second language? A. Which of the following are places of articulation? A. a phonological writing system. Which of the following statements are correct? A. a logographic writing system. Johnson's area C. plosive C. age C. Motor cortex . finger is an antonym of hand C.

C. would expect the work done properly. Prescriptive Grammar or Syntax C. 89. C. nor did she want to. It refers to the concept that there is a correct and an incorrect way to speak. Descriptive Grammar or Syntax B. Prescriptive Grammar or Syntax E. E. write or sign is called _____________. Information has been memorized. There is a moral. There is a misconception. A student finds similar elements in two different ideas. She could not go. Positive transfer occurs when: A. A. war / tore E. Jackson. Simple Subject E. Mark those of the examples below which are minimal pairs in English A. 88. D. she still had work to do. B. Her boss. Simple Sentence D. E. Descriptive Grammar or Syntax B. Adverbial Clause . Lexeme D. Compound Predicate 90. Although she wanted to go. B. None of the above. miner / minor 87. Compound Subject C. Mr. D. It refers to the mostly subconscious rules of a language that one uses to combine smaller units into sentence. thick /sick B. sled / red C.86. rope / rose D. She promised that she would finish the work. Which one of the following demonstrates a sentence combining with a subordinator? A. A. When there is a twist at the end.

grammar B. pronoun 93. adjective C. A. adjective D. A. A word that names a person. pronoun E. sentence C. sentence B. pronoun B. verb C. A word connecting words. the relationship between phonemes and graphemes in a language. preposition 95. verb B. Words used to represent a noun is called ____________.91. adverb D. conjunction 94. words 96. etc. verb C. clauses or sentences and a simultaneous occurrence of events. adjective C. A part of speech that expresses an action. noun B. A. that is. preposition E. A system of rules for speaking and in writing of language. phrase C. It refers to spelling. noun E. a living thing. A. preposition 92. adjective B. A. a process state or condition or mode of being. adverb D. an object. preposition E. grammar D. pronunciation E. noun D. orthography . A.

Which of the following is NOT an elements of the fields of orthography? A. pronunciation C. semantics 97. Complex Orthography B. Semantics 101. capitalization B.D. It is a writing system where the written graphemes correspond to phonemes. phoneme 99. Lexicon E. Lexeme B. Phonetics B. A. Phonemes C. enjambment B. __________ are sentence which are very long but it is needed to divided. hyphenation 100. Lexical E. Structural . lexicon E. Phonemic Orthography D. lexeme D. syntax E. punctuation E. Lexicon D. Phonemics E. Graphology 98. word breaks D. Morpho-Phonemic Orthography C. Grapheme D. The branch of semantics that deals with the meaning of words. A. It is a branch of linguistic analysis that consists of the study of phonemes and often includes a study of their allophone. run-on C. A. Lexicon C. A.

Poetic Function D.102. Semiotics 103. Which of the following is NOT a component of grammar? A. The girl wanted to do the homework. The meal was just right for you and I. Semantics D. Our friends waited until you and I got there. Which of the following sentences matches the sentence structure in the diagram? A. 104. E. D. C. Referential Function B. You and I had a great time at dinner. Phonemics C. Our friends are just right for you and me. Morphology C. You and me are true friends for life. Syntax 105. Which sentence is an example of hypercorrection? A. The study of production and perception of speech sounds. Which of the following is NOT a function of language? A. 106. Semantics E. E. She did the homework. B. D. . He wanted to do homework. Phonology B. Conative Function C. None of the above. B. The boy did the homework. The teacher went home early after her last subject. Expressive Function E. Phonetics B. A. Syntax E. C. Semiotics D.

Which of the following sentence structure matches the sentence given above? Listening to the music as a hobby is enjoyable. Grammatical Competence D. Compound Sentences 110. Linguistic Behavior D. Sentence = Noun + Preposition + Auxiliary Verb + Noun + Determiner+ Conjunction + Noun + Verb + Adjective C. Sentence = Noun + Preposition + Auxiliary Verb+ Noun + Determiner+ Conjunction + Pronoun + Auxiliary Verb + Adjective D. Eliptical Sentences C. Grammatical Performance B. In the teaching behavior. It is understood but they are not complete sentence. liquid C. it includes what the teacher says. since instruction. Sentence = Noun + Preposition + Auxiliary Verb + Noun + Conjunction+ Auxiliary Verb + Noun + Verb + Adjective 109. ice E. Sentence = Noun + Determiner + Preposition + Noun + Articulation + Determiner + Noun + Verb + Adverb E. water D. A. Teaching Behavior . A. Language Behavior E. is done through speech. which of the following words can best describe as a form of drinking substance like wine? A.107. most of the time. liquor B. A. Expressive Behavior B. Sentence = Noun + Preposition + Determiner + Noun + Conjunction+ Determiner + Noun + Auxiliary Verb + Adjective B. Run-on E. In etymology of words. alcohol 108. Performatory Behavior C.

Gagne‟s Outcomes of Learning E. Greene 113. Noam Chomsky E. A. A. first hand experiences through seeing. Contrived Experiences B. Direct Purposeful Experience D. Which of the following is NOT an Effective Teaching? A. touching. Dale‟s Cone of Experience C. A. Eisner D. tasting and smelling. Systems of monitoring student‟s progress C. Howes B. Bruner‟s 3-Tiered Model of Learning D. Edgar Dale C. A strong supportive head B. Available/ Sustainable E.111. According to him. Silberman D. It is a visual model and a pictorial device that presents the bands of experience arranged according to degree of abstraction and not the degree of difficulty. the teacher‟s role is to guide and facilitate rather than to direct. A. Eliot W. Patterson E. Bloom‟s Taxonomy of Learning B. Dramatic Experiences C. It serve as the foundation of learning. Demonstrations E. He is the proponent of the Three-Tiered Model Of Learning. High expectations for student‟s achievement D. Jerome Bruner B. Carrol‟s Model of School Learning 112. Exhibits . Level of Cognitive Instruction 114. Jacetot C. Robert Gagne 115.

films. Visual Symbols E. A. A. maps and diagrams. Verbal Symbols 119. idea or process by use of photos. Demonstrations C. consist of working models arranged meaningfully or photographs with models. It serve as representative model or mock-up for reality so as to make the real life accessible to students‟ perception and understanding. It shows how things are done to visualize explanations o a fact. Exhibits B. Demonstrations C. Demonstrations C. These are educational visits to observe event that is unavailable within the classroom. Demonstrations E. Contrived Experiences B. These are highly abstract and no longer in realistic reproduction of physical things like charts. or posters. Dramatic Experiences C. Study Trips D. Exhibits B. Visual Symbols E. A. Exhibits B. Exhibits 117. These are displays for the spectators. displays. Study Trips D. Verbal Symbols 118. Study Trips D. drawings. A.116. Visual Symbols E. A. charts. Verbal Symbols . Exhibits B. or guided motions. Study Trips D. graphs. Visual Symbols E. Demonstrations C. Direct Purposeful Experience D. Verbal Symbols 120.

Experimental Research . Conclusion E. Descriptive Research D. Historical Research E. A. This asserts that there is no significant difference or relationship between the variables. Descriptive Research D. This research studies the relationship of variables. It is the process of gathering data of information to solve a particular or specific problem in scientific manner. A. Descriptive Research D.121. Quantitative Research B. A. Demonstration D. Reading B. Qualitative Research C. This type of research studies the effects of the variables on each other. Explanation 122. Experimental Research 123. Null Hypothesis C. Research C. Hypothesis 124. Synthesis D. Formulation E. Historical Research E. It is the process of systematically examining past events to give an account of what has happened in the past. A. Developmental Research B. Quantitative Research B. Experimental Research 125. Qualitative Research C. Explanatory B. Historical Research E. Qualitative Research C. A.

Related Studies D. Related Literature E. A. Secondary Sources C. Quantitative Research 127. Related Studies D. Research Problem D. A. Qualitative Research B. Research Problem . Conclusion E. Theoretical Framework 128. Related Literature E. A. This uses understanding human behavior and the reason that govern such behavior. Hypothesis B. It interprets and analyses the primary source and these sources are one or more steps removed from the event. Primary Sources B.126. A. Descriptive Research C. Primary Sources B. Secondary Sources C. Synthesis C. It focuses on the discussion regarding a certain phenomena that could be testable descriptively or experimentally. Research Problem 129. Experimental Research E. This serve as answer to the questions raised to the beginning of the investigation. It is a document or physical object which was written or created during the time under study. Primary Sources B. Developmental Research D. Research Problem 130. Secondary Sources C. A. Related Literature E. Related Studies D.

inquisitive. Establishes an appropriate environment on learning. Literature as a venue for learning for other skills 133. E. Practices what he preaches. This characteristic is done by establishing lifelong reading habits. A. communication functions and meanings. A. For this reason. B. Literature for language enrichment D. Literature as a valuable authentic material C. Literature for personal involvement E. Literature for language enrichment D. It is for the reason that a text can introduce a wide range of individual lexical or syntactic items. Literature as a valuable authentic material C. Literature as a venue for learning for other skills 134. Encourages his students to read and motivates a positive outlook towards it. Literature for cultural enrichment B. Appreciate literature as an art. Literature for cultural enrichment B. a student begins to inhabit the text or he is drawn into it. A. Literature as a venue for learning for other skills 135. Literature for personal involvement E. D. Literature as a venue for learning for other skills 132. . Literature as a valuable authentic material C.131. Literature for cultural enrichment B. C. It is for the reason that a work explains how communication takes place in such country. A. Literature for language enrichment D. and prudent teacher. A. Literature for cultural enrichment B. It is for the reason that students become familiar with many different linguistic forms. Literature for language enrichment D. Literature for personal involvement E. Literature for personal involvement E. Literature as a valuable authentic material C. innovative. A creative.

Romances. Classical or traditional novels B. All kinds of books 140. Romances. inquisitive. adventure. Contemporary novels E. Encourages his students to read and motivates a positive outlook towards it. sports C. B. Here. All kinds of books 141. E. A. Encourages his students to read and motivates a positive outlook towards it. Contemporary novels E. C. A creative. sports C. she has an in-depth knowledge of the subject matter. she observes students‟ behavior and preferences. mystery. A. adventure. mystery. Appreciate literature as an art. mystery. Science fiction. C. Establishes an appropriate environment on learning. B. inquisitive.136. sports . Appreciate literature as an art. Practices what he preaches. C. According to surveys. among others D. A creative. The teacher seems to have read all books and knows what suits the students. innovative. Practices what he preaches. D. What kind of literature do boys prefer to read? A. E. among others D. D. what is the reading interest of high school students today? A. innovative. adventure. E. Encourages his students to read and motivates a positive outlook towards it. Practices what he preaches. A creative. adventure. B. mystery. Establishes an appropriate environment on learning. what kind of literature do girls prefer to read? A. adventure. Appreciate literature as an art. gathers data and analyzes the findings to improve learning. A. On the other hand. and prudent teacher. Science fiction. innovative. Science fiction. 138. Establishes an appropriate environment on learning. 139. and prudent teacher. Here. Classical or traditional novels B. Classical or traditional novels B. inquisitive. 137. mystery. and prudent teacher. D. the teacher guides the students as a community of learners to explore and find meaning in their reading.

it is an illocutionary act. Creates a climate conducive to learning. he A. Creates a climate conducive to learning. Uses an appropriate variety and mix of questions. Text D. A. He is a preacher. adventure. Uses an appropriate variety and mix of questions. Establishes an appropriate environment for learning. What is the role of the teacher in literature-based instruction? A. Let them talk and ask for answer to one another. or verbal acknowledgement of a correct response. mentor and coach. In the teaching of literature. Let them talk and ask for answer to one another. he A. among others D. C. mystery. When the teacher incorporates into the educational plan prospectively the questions that are asked during the teaching system.C. E. B. Question . E. Prepares the students for questioning sessions. He is a listening teacher. All kinds of books 142. Romances. When the teacher shows a happy facial expressions. expectations. 144. Prepares the students for questioning sessions. C. He is a decision maker. Uses an appropriate variety and mix of questions. Let them talk and ask for answer to one another. Literature C. Drama E. 146. and how this knowledge will help them he A. 145. C. Motivation B. C. nod. E. He is a motivator. D. Prepares the students for questioning sessions. D. When he explains to the students the format. B. D. B. He is an observer. E. D. Contemporary novels E. B. Establishes an appropriate environment for learning. Creates a climate conducive to learning. Establishes an appropriate environment for learning. 143.

Frustrates students and tend to encourage frivolous responses 149. Bias to them C. Frustrates students and tend to encourage frivolous responses 150. E. Hated by the class E. Anthropomorphic E. Develops critical thinking skills among his students C.147. Makes his class happy D. Mythology B. It can helps them to apply their ideas from their experiences. Application 148. Fair to the class B. he A. C. D. Which of the following statements best describe as the purpose of questioning? A. When the literature teachers poses questions to the entire group. It leads the teacher to know their students better. Evaluation D. Theriomorphic 152. A. Heroes D. These are human characters who are mythical mortals having divine father and a mortal mother. Makes his class happy D. Planning C. Heroes . A. Use both pre-planned and emerging questions B. Questioning B. Epics C. These are divinities having supernatural powers or meaning in the shape of man. 151. B. It is an indispensable teaching tool. When a teacher asks only a “yes or no” questions. Both A and C. he is being A. Mythology B. A. Epics C. Questioning can arouse curiosity. Comprehension E. It encourages the students to speak. Hated by the class E.

A. Legend 156. Euhemerus 157. A. A. Myth-Ritual Theory E. These are stories of gods and goddesses that explained natural events. Anthropomorphic E. Allegory C. Mythology B. Personification D. A. Theriomorphic 153. Myths B. Epics C. Stith Thompson C. It is said that myths began as allegories for natural phenomena. Anthropomorphic E. Max Muller E. Malinowski‟s Theory . Epics 155. Euhemerism B. Explanatory Myths D. Creation Myths C. Theriomorphic C. William Thoms D. Mythical beings which include gods and goddesses who resemble animals. Mythology B. Folklore E. A knowledge that is transmitted from one generation to another by word of mouth or imitation. He is the first person to use the term “Folklore”. Heroes D.D. Homer B. Anthropomorphic E. Theriomorphic 154. A. Heroes D.

Malinowski‟s Theory 161. All people recognize that a frontier exists between what man can do and cannot explain logically. A. Try to explain geographical features such as rivers. A. Euhemerism B. Personification D. It is also known as Theory of Mythopoeic thought resulted from the personification of inanimate objects and forces.158. It is said that myths are distorted accounts of real historical events. Euhemerism B. Mythical Places E. Explanatory Myths C. A. In its most extreme form. Malinowski‟s Theory 160. this theory claims that myth arose to explain rituals. lakes and oceans and the death of man. Creation Myths B. Myth-Ritual Theory E. Allegory C. Mythical Symbols . Presence of Mythical Beings D. Allegory C. Personification D. Malinowski‟s Theory 162. Allegory C. A. Malinowski‟s Theory 159. Personification D. Euhemerism B. Myth-Ritual Theory E. A. Personification D. Allegory C. Myth-Ritual Theory E. Euhemerism B. Myth-Ritual Theory E.

It is the place where demons. Presence of Mythical Beings D. Explanatory Myths C. Mythical Places E. Mystical Function . A. Pedagogical Function 168. Presence of Mythical Beings D. gods and goddesses and also the souls of the dead live. Epics B. Epics B. Mystical Function C. Presence of Mythical Beings D. Mythical Places E. Sociological Function D. Mythical Symbols 167. Explanatory Myths C. It explains how to live a human life under any circumstances. Mythical Symbols 164. Creation Myths B. A. A. Mythical Places E. A. Try to explain the origin of the world and the birth of the gods and goddesses. It tells the story of heroes in the ancient time. A. Mythical Places E. People use symbols to explain the world and they used humans. Creation Myths B. Presence of Mythical Beings D. Creation Myths B. Explanatory Myths C. Creation Myths B. Cosmological Function E. Mythical Symbols 165. Explanatory Myths C.163. animals and plants symbolizes some events. It is the gods and goddesses who resembles human being. Mythical Symbols 166. A.

Sociological Function D. This function explains the social aspects of human by supporting and validating a certain social order. Hades D. Epics B. He is the ruler of the sea and commonly called “Earth Shaker”. A. Pedagogical Function 171. A. Hermes E. Pedagogical Function 169. Apollo 173. Cosmological Function E. A. Apollo . Zeus B. Sociological Function D. Sociological Function D. Epics B. He is the supreme ruler of the Olympians and the lord of the sky. A. Pedagogical Function 170. Cosmological Function E. Cosmological Function E. It has experiencing the awe of the universe. Pedagogical Function 172. Zeus B. Cosmological Function E. Mystical Function C. It is the function that explains the shape of the universe. Mystical Function C. Poseidon C. Sociological Function D. Hades D.C. Poseidon C. Mystical Function C. Epics B. Hermes E. A.

She is the protector of marriage and women and Zeus‟ sister and wife. Hades D. Apollo 176. A. A. Hera C. Poseidon C. Athena B. Zeus B. medicine and poetry. Hestia 177. She is the goddess of hunting and childbirth. Athena B. Hermes E. She is the goddess of crafts. Artemis E. Aphrodite D. Athena B. A. Artemis E. He is the god of the underworld. Athena B. A. Poseidon C. Zeus B. Hades D. Aphrodite D. She is the goddess of love. Aphrodite D. Aphrodite D. Artemis E. Hera C. Hestia 179.174. He is the god of light. A. Apollo 175. Artemis . Hera C. Hera C. Hermes E. war and wisdom. Hestia 178. A.

No error. a content message and a relational message. E 183. B. Jupiter C.E. In Roman Mythology. he is the ruler of the gods. Either Porfirito or the engineers extends assistance to the aged and the sick. President De Leon present the accomplishments of the University A B C annually. Every communication has two messages. A. D. Hestia 180. I cannot walk any further. I am already tired. E. D E 184. A B C D E 186. Mercury D. A B C D No error. Communication is unpredictable. Mars E. Communication is a multilevel of activity. No error. A. Messages. No error. A B C D E 182. My friends and my neighbors cooperates in the livelihood project. Communication is a continuous process. Saturn B. not meanings are communicated. The following statements about communication are true except one. I am sorry. Bacchus Which part of the sentence is erroneous? 181. A B C D E 185. Several was invited but few attended the birthday party. C. . No error.

It is the process of shaping the words. Listening Directions: Identify the name of the communication model shown in the figure by choosing the letter of the correct answer. A. Communication 188. Ruesh and Bateson Functional Model C. Dance‟s Helical Model B. Osgood and Schramm‟s Interactive Model E. Listening C. It is the most effective medium of communication. A. A. Language B. the sounds into voice and the energy to interpret by means of speech organs.187. Communication C. Berlow‟s SMCR Model . Speech E. Act of Speech B. Speech E. Shannon-Weaver Model D. Language D. 189. Act of Speech D.

Berlow‟s SMCR Model 191.190. Ruesh and Bateson Functional Model C. A. . Dance‟s Helical Model B. Shannon-Weaver Model D. Osgood and Schramm‟s Interactive Model E.

Truly that (6) Flutters my heart in my breast . (4) He replies. Osgood and Schramm‟s Interactive Model E. Use the theory of Longinus in analyzing its content and structure. Dance‟s Helical Model B. Shannon-Weaver Model D.A. (5) To your lovely daughter. Then synthesize its pronouncements/stand in the art of poetic aesthetics. Berlow‟s SMCR Model Directions: Read the following poem of Sappho. Dance‟s Helical Model B. Ruesh and Bateson Functional Model C. Shannon-Weaver Model D. Osgood and Schramm‟s Interactive Model E. Ruesh and Bateson Functional Model C. (2) That man. Berlow‟s SMCR Model 192. A. who opposite you (3) Sits and to you speaking a sweet word. Ode to a Loved One (1) He appears to me like unto the gods.

more than four 195.(7) For when I look at you for a moment‟ (8) I can not speak. Anti-thesis 194. The poet feels happy B. (12) And sweat pours over my trembling (13) Seizes me entire. A. Personification E. The poet feels guilty D. The poet feels envious 196. The poet feels angry C. The first line of the poem uses A. How does the persona to whom the poet is addressing affect the latter? A. two C. 193. The poem addressed to a _______. Metaphor B. three D. both man and woman D. four E. (11) I see nothing with my ears. The poet feels jealous E. Irony C. Does not tell . (9) But my tongue is broken right then (10) Over my skin a light fire races. my ears rumble. man B. Simile D. one B. woman C. Sappho E. How many characters are interesting in the poem? A. greener than grass (14) I am. Just about to die (15) I see to me.

197. tolerance C. jealousy C. What vehement emotions are expressed by the poem in lines 13 and 14? A. The mood expressed by the above quotation is _______. courage B. joyful C. I see nothing wrong in appreciating money. anger E. envy E. sadness Prepared by: Jessica Marie S. Some priests love money B. “I like the one who fights back. love B. arrogance 199. Some priests are good-natured naturally E. he said. Some priests are powerful 200. These give me a sense of true freedom. The trait of the persona as suggested by the excerpt is __________. “At least. anger Directions: Read the excerpt. my son -inlaw is going to stand up and fight”… You wonder why can I talk freely? I have influenced and. Borromeo BSE-English/ IV-E . A. frustration D. Every priests appreciate money. self-sufficiency E. Some priests are corrupt C. A. Answer the questions after it by encircling your choice.” Excerpt from The Pretenders 198. money. Some priests accept gifts without discrimination where it came D. A. The last sentence implies ____________. pride D. pleased with himself. awe D. assertiveness B. most important.

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