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The addressing of a usually

absent person or a usually


personified thing rhetorically.
(Merriam – Webster Dictionary).
ONE DAY SOON WILL COME,
YOU WILL FALL INTO MY HANDS.
It is when you address an
object as though it were a
person, you are using figure of
speech called
APOSTROPHE
Immortal hero!
Legendary colossus!
Come from the abyss
where you sleep the
slumber of glory.
Oh, my Ninay,
You are the clear fountain
Which God looks into;
In my very life
You are the glory and the
sun.
One or more All members contribute
All members contribute equally and some even
members do not contribute more than was
equally.
contribute. required.

Teacher intervention
Members work well All members work well
needed often to
together most of the together all of the time;
help group assist others when needed
time.
cooperate.

Members need frequent All members listen to


Each members listen well to
teacher intervention to
each other and speak other members. Each
listen to each other and
speak to each other to each other in equal member speaks in friendly
amounts. and encouraging tones.
appropriately.
In a ¼ sheet of paper write O before the number
if it is apostrophe and X if not.

1. Oh! Gracious wind, take me to the right path!


2. Come! You wicked storm, take me!
3. You are my rainbow. You make my day
colourful.
4. Get up! Get up from your grave! I want to
see you again.
5. Dear agony, just let go of me. I’m so sorry.
Define SYNECDOCHE and give at
least three examples. Put it in a ½
sheet of paper, crosswise.
(Acknowledge The Source)
Genuine virtue consists of
being charitable, loving
one’s fellow men and being
judicious in behavior,
speech and deed.
_EMILIO JACINTO