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LONG TEST IN ENGLISH II


I. TRUE OR FALSE: The Tame Bird was in a Cage Directions: Write T if the statement is false and F if it is true in the space provided below. _______1. The tame bird is an animal chose to live in jail rather than fly in the woodlands. _______2. The cage bird lives free and knows the song of the nature. _______3. Rabindranath Tagore is the author of The tame bird was in a cage. _______4. Tame means to control something dangerous. _______5. From the poem of Tagore, they met when the time came, it was a decree of fate. The underline word defines as an order or rule. _______6. Adjective is a part of speech that expresses an action or something moving. _______7. RTU students gave a flutter of applause for the standing ovation performance of II-Opal. The word flutter describes the action of being quickly or lightly. _______8. I yearn for an excellent result. From the given sentence, the word yearn means of destined to happen. _______9. Our own language helps us to have social communication. _______10. We travel around not just to explore but to learn more than what we already know. II. IDENTIFICATION: Adverbs A. Directions: Choose the correct answer by encircling it. 1. He (correct, correctly) defined the terms. The answer sounded (correctly, correct). 2. She (quickly, quick) adjusted the fees. She adapted (quick, quickly) to any situation. 3. He measured the floor (exact, exactly). They proved to be (perfectly, perfect) (exact, exactly) measurements.

4. The stillness of the tomb was (awfully, awful). The tomb was (awfully, awful) still. 5. It was a (dangerously, dangerous) river to swim in. The boy was (dangerous, dangerously) drunk. The kerosene smelled (dangerously, dangerous). 6. She performed (magnificent, magnificently). Oppa Gangnam style was a (magnificent, magnificently) fabulous dance. 7. Her voice sounds (beautifully, beautiful). She sang the song (exact, exactly) as it was written. We heard it (perfectly, perfect). 8. Daniel was a very (sensibly, sensible) person. He acted very (sensible, sensibly). 9. Justin wrote too (slow, slowly) on the exam. He always writes (slow, slowly). 10. Talk (softly, soft) or don't talk at all. The music played (softly, soft). B. Directions: In the following sentences, circle the adverb and underline the word it modifies. 1. I secretly hid the present. 2. I will finish my homework later. 3. Lets have a picnic outside. 4. You need to come here. 5. I am very late. 6. The car rolled backward. 7. The temperature is very high. 8. The kids worked eagerly. 9. Tomorrow I will mow the lawn. 10. Prairie dogs live underground. III. Essay (20 points) 1. From Rabindranath Tagores poem entitled THE TWO SISTERS GO FETCH THE WATER, what details are emphasized in the poem? Explain your answer. 2. After reading THE TAXIMANS STORY by Catherine Lim, answer the question Is the taximan a good father or not? Justify. *Use the back page in answering.