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FOURTH PERIODICAL EXAM IN ENGLISH III Name:___________________________________________ DATE: _____________________________ SCORE:________ YEAR AND SECTION: _______________________________ TEACHER:______________________ EQUIVALENT:_______

I. ENCIRCLE THE LETTER OF THE CORRECT ANSWER.

1. It tells the time and place and which the story happens. a. Mood c. moral d. character

b. Setting
2. It is used to describe a noun or pronoun. a. Verb

c. adjective d. pronoun

b. Adverb

3. It is a group of words that expresses a complete thought or meaning. a. b. Phrase Clause c. sentence d. participle

4. It is an adverb that tells when. a. Adverb of place b. Adverb of manner


c. adverb of frequency d. adverb time

5. It is a verb that adds d or ed to show its past form. a. Irregular verb b. Regular verb 6. It is a sentence that gives command or request. a. Declarative b. Interrogative 7. It is a sentence that ends in question mark. a. Declarative b. Interrogative c. imperative d. exclamatory c. imperative d. exclamatory c. gerund d. participle

8. All of the following is an example of simple sentence except: a. Fruits and vegetables are nutritious. b. He likes to swim but he is afraid of getting drowned. c.He is the man who cant be moved. d. We went to the mall to buy clothes and watch movies. 9. Which of the following is a sentence with an S-TV-DO pattern? a. The cat sleeps under the tree. b. John offered me a seat. c.The lady is beautiful.

d. The chef bakes a cake. 10. It answers the question what/who?

a. Object of the preposition b. Indirect object


11. It is an example of irregular verb. a. cook b. talk

c. direct object d. linking verb

c. dance d. speak

12. He is the author of the famous Romeo and Juliet. a. William Blake b. William Shakespeare c. William Cullen Bryant d. William Collins

13. It is used to show an action, condition, or state of being. a. noun b. verb c. pronoun d. conjunction

14. Which of the following is an example of intensifier? a. yearly b. sometimes c. so d. to

15. It is a verb that ends in ing and functions as noun. a. verb b. gerund 16. It is a verb that is introduced by to+V (base). a. verb b. gerund c. infinitive d. participle c. infinitive d. participle

17. Which of the following is an example of present participle? a. frozen meat b. baked ham c. speaking clock d. ground pork

18. It is a kind of sentence that consists of 2 independent clauses joined by coordinating conjunctions. a. simple sentence b. compound sentence 19. It is known as the opposing character. a. protagonist b. antagonist 20. She is the love interest of Edmond Dantes. a. Mercy b. Mary 21. The central theme of The Count of Monte Cristo is: a. vengeance c. guilt c. Mercedes d. Melanie c. supporting character d. first person c. complex sentence d. compound-complex sentence

b. hatred 22. It is the sequence of events in a story. a. setting b. character

d. pride

c. theme d. plot

23. It is a verb that needs an object to complete its meaning. a. linking verb b. helping verb 24. Which of the following has an S-LV-C pattern? a. We ate adobo. b. She smiles sweetly. 25. It answers the question to whom or for whom. a. object of the preposition b. direct object c. indirect object d. complement c. They were sick. d. He gave me a ring. c. transitive verb d. intransitive

II. Loop a word.

V C O M P A R A T I V E

E A Q E F A Z M J A N P

R B W R G B X N K P M O

B C E T G C A O L H X S

A D J E C T I V E R C I

L E I Y H F V P M A V T

S E N T E N C E N S A I

Y F F U J G D Q O E S V

T G I I K H F R P D D E

Z H N O L I G W Q S V L

A I I M P E R A T I V E

D K T A N L H R B A G Z

S L I S M M J T S K H X

A D V E R B K Y A L J C

X M E D O P L U A M K T

III. Tell whether present participle, past participle or gerund.


____________1. Eating ____________2. Forbidden love ____________3. Spiced ham ____________4. Biking ____________5. Talking ____________6. Broken ankle ____________7. Dripping faucet ____________8. Leaking roof ____________9. Crying ladies ____________10. Running

IV. Enumerate the following:

1-3 Verbal

4-7 Kinds of Sentence According to Structure

8-11 Kinds of Sentence According to purpose

12-20 Draw the parts of the plot and label the parts.

Prepared by: Ms. Hershey C. Buenconsejo Teacher

Approved by: Prof. Honey Jane F. Santiago Principal

FOURTH PERIODICAL EXAM IN ENGLISH IV

Name:___________________________________________ DATE: _____________________________ SCORE:________ YEAR AND SECTION: _______________________________ TEACHER:______________________ EQUIVALENT:_______ I. ENCIRCLE THE LETTER OF THE CORRECT ANSWER.
1. It is shown by having to + V (base). a. gerund b. infinitive 2. It is the doer of the action. a. subject b. predicate 3. It answers the question to whom or for whom. a. linking verb b. transitive verb c. indirect object d. direct object c. clause d. sentence c. present participle d. past participle

4. Which of the following has a gerund that functions as subject? a. Her hobby is biking. b. Biking is her hobby. 5. It always comes after the linking verb. a. direct object b. indirect object c. complement d. object of the preposition. C. Mark loves to go biking. D. He goes to school by biking.

6. It is the summary of your qualifications also known as curriculum vitae. a. resume b. job interview 7. It answers the question what or who. a. subject b. subjective complement c. indirect object d. direct object c. application letter d. biodata

8. Which of the following has a noun clause that functions as a subject? a. I love what you like. C. Biking is what she likes. d. We will give freebies to those who will

b. Whom you go with determines your personality. buy our goods. 9. Which of the following has S-TV-IO-DO pattern? a. He loves eating. b. John offered me a seat.

C. She feels sad. D. The chef bakes a cake.

10. It is a verb that ends in ing and functions as an adjective. a. present participle b. past participle c. gerund d. infinitive

II. Subject and Verb Agreement. Choose the verb in the parentheses that agrees with the subjects of each sentences. Underline the correct verb.
1. Dark blue (goes, go) well with other colors. 2. My uncle, who is eccentric as anyone you might know, (talks, talk) incessantly. 3. Either green or blue (is, are) suitable for the background. 4. Bread and butter (was, were) all they offered us. 5. My teacher and friend (is, are) preparing an activity for us. 6. Jeremy (craves, crave) for affection. 7. The boys (is, are) playing. 8. The families whose town was flooded during the hurricane (requires, require) temporary shelter. 9. The house built on the beach (needs, need) repair. 10.These easy exercises, along with one described in that book, (is, are) designed to relax you. 11.Neither the paints nor the brushes (is, are) in the studio. 12.Candles and lantern (is, are) used on the porch. 13.Coal or wood (is, are) burned in this stove. 14.A book or a magazine (helps, help). 15.She (reads, read) the books. III. Underline the adverbs in the following sentences and identify its kind. Write your answer on the space provided. __________________1. I always try to be patient. __________________2. This is very easy subject. __________________3. I strongly believed in his proposal. __________________4. She clearly explained her idea. __________________5. They stayed in the house. _________________6. You must settle your account now. __________________7. The dog is under the tree. __________________8. The garbage is everywhere. __________________9. I go to school everyday. __________________10. I never stop thinking of you IV. Complete the table below by writing the comparative and superlative degrees of adjectives. Positive quick active alert Comparative ______________________ ______________________ ______________________ Superlative ______________________ ______________________ ______________________

saucy energetic young wide strong far popular


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FOURTH PERIODICAL EXAM IN ENGLISH II Name:___________________________________________ DATE: _____________________________ SCORE:________ YEAR AND SECTION: _______________________________ TEACHER:______________________ EQUIVALENT:_______ I.

Kinds of Sentences. Read each sentence and identify its kind whether a

DECLARATIVE, INTERROGATIVE, IMPERATIVE, or EXCLAMATORY. Write your answer on the space provided.
___________________1. I won the game! ___________________2. Show me how to throw. ___________________3. Hw will you end the story? ___________________4. Turn the lights off. ___________________5. My teacher loves to bake a cake. ___________________6. Where is my book? ___________________7. Shes going to crash into that hurdle! ___________________8. Success! ___________________9. Who are you? ___________________10. They will go the church this Sunday.

II.

Subject-Verb Agreement. In each of the following sentences, underline which form of the verb shown in parentheses correctly agrees with the subject.

1. Australia (was, were) the original home of the wombat. 2. A gravel driveway (provides, provide) better traction. 3. This daguerreotype, as well as those on the far wall (was, were) among the first ever made. 4. These exercises, along with one described in that book, (is, are) designed to relax you. 5. Coal or wood (is, are) burned in this stove. 6. Several household utensils and a brown cauldron (has, have) been recovered from the burial mound. 7. Everyone (likes, like) his music. 8. Both of these shoes (squeaks, squeak). 9. The team (has, have) won the game. 10. Some of the bananas (is, are) rotten.

III.

Singular or Plural. Complete the chart below by supplying with either the singular or the plural form of noun.
Singular ox elves tomato patch lice trousers cactus tooth goose skies nuclei knife chair data scissors Plural

IV.

Encircle the letter of the correct answer.


1. It is the name of persons, places, things, events, animals, and ideas. a. Noun b. Pronoun 2. It is a noun substitute. a. Noun b. Pronoun 3. It describes a noun or a pronoun. a. Noun b. Pronoun c. adjective d. adverb c. adjective d. adverb c. adjective d. adverb

4. It describes a verb, adjective, or other adverb.

a. Noun b. Pronoun 5. It is a kind of adverb that tells where. a. Adverb of time b. Adverb of manner a. Descriptive b. Numerical 7. It is known as the base form. a. Positive degree b. Comparative degree 8. First, second, third is an example of: a. Cardinal b. Ordinal 9. Gracefully is an example of: a. Noun b. Pronoun a. Noun b. Verb V. Identify the part of speech.
___________________1. Dances ___________________2. He ___________________3. Beautiful ___________________4. Write ___________________5. It

c. adjective d. adverb c. adverb o f frequency d. adverb of place c. Proper adjective d. Participle c. Superlative degree d. Gerund c. present participle d. Past participle c. adjective d. adverb c. adjective d. adverb

6. It is an adjective derived from proper noun.

10.She cleans the room. The underlined word is an example of:

___________________6. slowly ___________________7. silently ___________________8. and ___________________9. Or ___________________10. Anna

Prepared by: Ms. Hershey C. Buenconsejo Teacher Approved by: Prof. Honey Jane F. Santiago Principal