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EXERCISES Name: ReaeckiAS :JMIES Key C-Score Subject and Section. GIL /BRlos2 _—Professor:_ My -_ LIM ‘Course and Year: B.S. Hecht | SH ye Date: 2-4 -|o Exercise 21 Identify the correct answer tothe folowing questions. fos Rapetale, Autos : 4. These are executive decrees issued by the Governor |_| General upon the advice ofthe Royal Audiencia Barangay er Barrlez, The smallest unit of government during the Spanish period Cnollos 3. The Philippine-born Spaniards: Lepitlahve PO“e"5 4, The power of the Governor-General to disregard or suspend any law or foyal decree from Spain “fown's paca! i945. A body of citizens of high standing, usually made up of the incumibent or ex-cabeza de barangay ‘These groups performed police duties and helped maintain peace and order during the Spanish period ‘The term referring to the lawmaking-body of Spain ‘The only official secondary school in the Philippines at the end of the Spanish period 9. Two-party system that led to an “alternate premiership" based on “rigged election” perpetuated by Minister Canovas del Castillo to secure power gducanenal Pekorm Gecrce_ of [BG 10. This law would establish primary schools for boys and girls in each major town in the Philippines Name: Subject and Section: EXERCISES Baers rues nlc Score Brea /eriesr Professor: M@. Lim _ Course and Year; 5 seca ae Dae: Jes / yf Exercise 2.6. Write the word TRUE ifthe statement is correct and the word FALSE if the statement is incorrect. i 10. Nationalism usually springs from the consciousness of the People being one. ‘The fusion of successive cultural migrations and the mingling of Asian blood produces Filipino civilization ‘The first wave of Malays brought the syllabary system of writing to the Philippines. ‘The Spaniards ruled the Philippines for 333 years ‘The Spanish policy “divide etimpera” means “divide and ade. Industrialization brought capitalism into existence through the Use of the factors of production ~ land, labor, capital, and entrepreneur. (One of the causes of early regional revolts was the desire for religious freedom. ‘Adam Smith authored the “Communist Manifesto.” ‘The move to curtail the Church's influence, breaking its political ower and destroying its traditional contral over education, ‘was called “anti-clericalism,” During the pre-Spanish period, the country was divided small independent political units called “balangays.”