Special Qualifying Examination

I. Multiple Choices

1. It keeps the books which store the world’s best thoughts, aspirations, dreams
efforts and hopes.
a. classroom d. universities
b. library e. faculty room
c. office

2. A system of classifying books in the library which has ten major classes where
each class is divided into ten related sub-classes according to subjects.
a. Library of Congress Classification d. Number System
b. Dewey Decimal System e. Catalog System
c. Letter system

3. This system classifies books according to subjects of twenty-one major
a. Catalog System d. Number System
b. Dewey Decimal System e. Letter System
c. Library of Congress System

4. This section contains geography, genealogy and history of ancient world,
Europe, Africa, North and South America and other parts of the world.
a. General Geography and History d. Fine Arts and Recreation
b. Social Sciences e. Literature and Rhetoric
c. Religion

5. This section contains the books which professors have reserved for their
students to read.
a. General Circulation Section d. Readers Services Section
b. Reserved Books Section e. Periodical Section
c. Reference Books Section

6. This section contains books for home use.
a. General Circulation Section d. Reference Section
b. Readers Services Section e. Reserved Books Section
c. Period Periodical Section

7. The reference book contains information in all branches of knowledge.
a. Dictionaries d. Indexes
b. Encyclopedia e. Biographies
c. Yearbooks

a. Getting the main idea c. a. a.It is the general statement which states the thought of the paragraph. Skimming e. Drawing conclusions d. Predicting outcomes e. Paraphrasing b. a. a. Skimming 13. Card Catalog e.This reading technique refers to making intelligent guesses based on the reading selection. Summarizing c. Outlining b. a. Skimming e. Getting the main idea b. Controlling idea e. Index 9. Scanning e. Abstract c. Paraphrasing c.The reader focuses his attention by remembering ideas found in the selection. Skimming d. Noting details c. Outlining b. Noting details d. Summarizing d. Scanning 15. a. A reading technique which enables the reader to move quickly over the material in order to get an idea of its subject matter without having to pay close attention to details.A reading technique which helps the reader to take the role of a foreteller. Getting meaning from context clue 11. a. Predicting outcome . Making inference d. Skimming d.This reading technique is in a sense a specialized form of summarizing. Noting details c. It is the key to the location of the books in the library. Outlining c. Getting meaning from context clues c.This reading technique is needed when you wish to look for specific information in the reading material. Scanning 16. Scanning e. Getting meaning from the context clue 10. Making inference b. Main idea d. a. Supporting details b.A reading technique where you infer the gist of a longer passage. Making inference 14. Clinching idea 12. Call number d. Bibliography b. Scanning e. Summarizing b.8. Noting details d.

a. Sentence d. person. Unity d. Story b. Sentence outline d. Outline c. Getting meaning from context clues c. Topic sentence outline b. Emphasis 23.The style of outlining which uses complete sentences in each topic division. Number-letter pattern b.It is the central and the controlling idea in the paragraph. b. a. Topic outline d. Unity d. Paraphrasing 17. Skimming c. Emphasis e. Paraphrasing 18. Making inference b. Story b. Clinching sentence 22. Introductory paragraph c. Outlining d. Topic sentence b.It means oneness of ideas in the paragraph. Emphasis 24. Coherence e. Composition 21. Paragraph outline 20. Decimal system c. Decimal systems c. Paragraph outline 19. a. Unity d. a. Topic sentence d. Topic outline e.The style of outlining which uses words and phrases in each topic division. Noting details e.It refers to a sentence or a group of related sentences forming or developing a unit of thought. Paragraph e.It is the process that allows topical organization. Outline e. a. Parallelism . a. Sentence outline e. number. Number-letter system b. Summarizing e.A writing technique in which the most important details of the paragraph are placed on the most conspicuous position.The principle followed to make the ideas in the paragraph consistent in tense. Abstract c. Outline c. Topic sentence b. Coherence e. a. a. point of view and subject.

Comparison and contrast b. Definition d. Subjective Description d. a. Narration b. place or object.It is meant only to inform by giving factual observations of a person. Objective Description e. Analogy c. Narration 30. Proportion e. Subjective Description e. Simile c.A definition type which does not follow any specific form but gives an explanation that depends on how the writer sees the object to be defined. a. Description e. a. a. Definition 27. c.It is the method of paragraph development which recounts the past events or happenings in chronological order. Onomatopoeia b. Definition 32.It is an exaggeration to stress a strong feeling. Hyperbole e. a. scene or object. to create a satirical and eutectic effect. term. Analogy c. Formal definition d. Description c. Paradox .A writing technique which adheres to specific form. Parallelism d. Objective Description d. a. Informal Definition e. Analogy c. Description 28. Coherence 25.Ideas of equal rank are presented in the same grammatical structure. Analogy c. and differentia. Literal Definition b. Coherence b. Comparison and contrast c. Narration b. a. Emphasis c. Narration d.We put our sensory impressions into a comprehensible paragraph. Informal definition e. Irony d. Position 26. genre. Cause and Effect b. Formal Definition d. a. Description e.This includes the impressions and emotions aroused in the readers after observing a person. Narration b. Definition 31. Connotation 29.

a. Metonymy e. Predicting outcomes b. a. Narration d. Comparison and contrast d. Process e.This method of paragraph development seeks to support the topic sentence with concrete and specific illustrations. a. Metaphor 34. Definition e. Cause and effect 38. Apostrophe b.It is the breaking up of a whole into its parts to find the nature or proportion of its constituents.This method of paragraph development establishes that for every cause there is an effect. a. Analogy c. Allusion c. Narration d. Comparison and contrast b.This is a pattern of paragraph development which compares two different objects on the basis of their similarities in certain respects. Example 40. Simile b. Narration c. Narration e.It shows or explains the different steps on how a thing works or describes how to get something done. Comparison and contrast e. places and events. items or ideas with similar categories. a. Scanning e. Description d. Litotes 35. Description b. Summarizing c. Analogy e. Description c. Analogy b. Synecdoche d. a. Irony d. Description 36. . Definition b. Cause and effect b. Cause and effect 37. Classification d. Skimming d. Oxymoron e. Metaphor c.This refers to the use of a part to signify the whole or vice-versa. Analysis 41. Description 39.33. a. a.This is a statement of contrast between what is said and what is meant.Points out the similarities and differences of two persons.This is the pattern of paragraph development which groups different things. Comparison and contrast c. things. Cause and effect c. objects.

Story e.This puts emphasis on the subject and purpose. Analogy c. Charts e. Composition 45. Story e. Narration c. Paragraphing b. Charts b. Unfamiliar essay e.It is a reading skill which is exemplified by making an opinion based on given facts. a. Graphic materials c. Outline 46. Graphs e. Cartoons 44.Presents data through drawings. Scanning d. Argumentation c. Thesis statement e.It is a group of related paragraphs which builds on a particular topic using various paragraph writing structures. Summarizing b. Paragraph d. Flow charts 43. Essay d. Paraphrasing c. Narration b. Skimming 49. graphs or maps.It seeks to explain or portray the characteristics of an individual or a group by narrating incident/s that reveal the distinctive quality/qualities of the individual. a. Narration . knowledge and observation on a given topic. a. Topic sentence d. Definition d.It is a type of written composition expressing the author’s opinion. Diagrams b. Fiction 47. Fiction b. a. a. Summarizing c.They are drawings or sketches used as the modern and stimulating media for exposition. Familiar essay d. Analogy d. a. a. Narration 48. Tables d. Comparison and contrast e. Summary c. a. Inferring e. Tables d. Description b. Cause and effect 42. Main idea b. a.It is forceful and conveys the point of view or central idea that an entire composition will develop about a specific subject. Diagrams c.

Message c. Description 50.It is the response of the receiver (whether verbal or non-verbal) to the source’s message. tone of voice or appearance). Narration 51. posture. Feedback . received and given meaning to by people who share information. Interview b. Annoyance d. Interpersonal communication e.Gives emphasis on the writer’s personality. Novel b.It consists of thoughts and sentiments that the source wants to share whether through verbal (words and phrases) or non-verbal (facial expressions. ideas. Small-group communication e.It is the process by which verbal and non-verbal symbols are sent. Meetings d. Panel discussion c. Subjective description c. Intrapersonal communication d. Poem b. Unfamiliar essay e. Interpersonal communication e. Familiar essay d. Seminars b. Intrapersonal communication 55. Intrapersonal communication 53. Panel discussion c. feelings and aspirations. a. Meetings 54.It is a speech communication situation where a speaker delivers a message before an audience.It is the communication requiring understanding and sharing meaning within the self. b. Paragraph e. a. Symposium d. touch. Story 56. a. Public communication d. Interview b.The process of understanding and sharing meaning between at least two persons. Communication e. a. Interpersonal communication c. Seminar b. gestures. a. a. Sentence d. a. Character sketch e. Conference 52. Prose c. Rally c.

It is the way we sit. Paragraph c. Phrasing 63. International Phonetic Alphabet e. Glee 57.It is the study of non-verbal cues of the voice which includes the voice quality such as tone. Postures e. Morse code c. Articulations c. stand. Appreciative listening 60. Running c.This communication model particularly made note worthy the notion about field experience. Syllabication e. Concern c. Surprise e. Informative listening d. a.They are segments which are articulated when there is an attempt to block the out coming breath. a. Blending d.The type of listening wherein one focuses on the presented facts. Emphatic listening c. pitch. Berlo’s Communication Model d. volume and emphasis. Self-confidence 62. Roman alphabet d. Rhythm e. b. Arabic alphabet b. cooperative and critical. Reading c. walk or carry ourselves. a. Diagramming b. Stenography 61. ideas and information. Schramm’s Communication Model e. rate. purposeful. Paralanguage/Suprasegmentals b. a. voluntary. Helical Communication Model 58. Hearing e. Walking b. Evaluate listening e. Aristotle’s Communication Model c. Discriminatory listening b. a.It is the phonetic or sound alphabet intended to show distinctly the pronunciation of a word. Speech communication d.It is the grouping of lumping together of words that convey a thought. .It is a fundamental component of communication which is motivated. Speaking 59. Singing b. a. Mann’s Communication Model b. Listening d. a. Gestures d. Phrasing 64.

Confidence c. a. Sales interview e. Public speaking c.This communication model is fit for public speaking like oration and declamation wherein a feedback is not needed. Vowels c. Speech delivery e. Consonants b. Consonants e. diagrams and posters.This is a speech where the development of both ideas and the language is thought not only at the moment of delivery. Research interview d. Diphthongs 65. a. Memorized speech b. Public speaking c.It is a speech of tribute or speech of praise for the dead. Lecture-forum d.They help you hold the interest and attention of your audience which includes drawings. Impromptu speech 68. a. Speech of tribute d. Survey interview b. Verbal symbols d. Gesture 67. Diphthongs d. Press interview c. Panel discussion e. Schramm’s Communication Model 70. use of space. Posture e. a.It is produced when two vowels are blende very closely together to form a single sound. Rhythm b. Intonation b. Symposium b. a.It focuses in the personal problems of a person being interviewed. Meeting 69. tone of voice and clothing and artifacts. Aristotelian Model e. Extemporaneous speech d. Consonants e. Read speech e. a. Acceptance speech b. Stress c. Daree Helical Model d. Stress c. Mann’s Communication Model c. Audio-visual aids d.These consist of symbols which include bodily movements and facial expression. Farewell speech . a. Vowels 66. Berlo’s Communication Model b. Counselling interview 71. a. charts. Welcome speech e. a. Vowels d. Eye contact b.It is a public or open discussion composed of a moderator and four to six member who attempt to solve a problem or to make a policy discussion. Non-verbal symbols 72.

a. Proxemics e. Self-image d.It is the person’s consciousness of his or her total. Haptics d. Self-concept 74. Self-concept b. Ethos d. Occulesics c. Self-image e. Ethos . Self-esteem b. Reputation c.This is the study by which people give meaning to touch as a medium of communication. a. a. Ethos 75. c.It is how we feel about ourselves. Chronemics b. essential and particular being. how well we like ourselves. Self-esteem e. Reputation c. Eulogy 73.