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  1. 1. CASA DEL NIÑO MONTESSORI SCHOOL OF STA. ROSA Block 3, Lots 1-22, Phase I, San Lorenzo South Subdivision, Sta. Rosa City FIRST SUMMATIVE EXAMINATION ENGLISH III I. DIRECTIONS: Each item is composed of a question or an incomplete statement with four options lettered A, B, C, and D. Choose the correct answer and blacken the lettered circle that corresponds to your answer in the attached answer sheet. Do not write anything on this questionnaire. 1. It is the oldest surviving English epic. a. Beowulf b. The Iliad c. Gilgamesh d. The Odyssey 2. One of the concepts in Beowulf which shows loyalty to the group. a. comitatus b. wergild c. responsibility d. wyrd 3. Who owned the Beowulf manuscript found in the British museum? a. Herbert George c. Sir Robert Cotton b. Laurence Nowell d. Sir Thomas Cotton 4. Which of the following does not belong with the Anglo-Saxon values? a. brotherly love b. loyalty c. heroism d. word of honor 5. An epic is a long narrative poem that recounts, in formal language, the exploits of a _______. a. hero b. superhero c. knight d. villain 6. We can find all of the following in an epic plot except for one. a. arguments c. long time periods b. life and death struggles d. supernatural events 7. A demon-like creature who despises mankind’s joy a. Beowulf b. Hrothgar c. Grendel d. Ogre 8. This place is the mead-hall of the king of Danes. a. Heerot b. Herout c. Herot d. Hirot 9. One hundred pesos ____ hard to earn in one day. a. are b. is c. has d. have 10. A list of books ____ made by Gabriel. a. are b. is c. has d. have 11. The teacher, together with her pupils, ____ there yesterday. a. are b. is c. was d. were 12. The theme of the essay last month ____ the experiences of our heroes. a. are b. is c. was d. were 13. A number of books ____ on reserve in the library up to this date. a. are b. is c. has d. have 14. Bread and butter ____ all he asked for. a. are b. is c. has d. have 15. The number of students in the class ____ limited. a. are b. is c. has d. have 16. A man’s success or failure ____ in his hands. a. lie b. lied c. lies d. will lie 17. The captain, accompanied by the soldiers, ____ on inspection trips. a. has go b. go c. goed d. goes 18. Each boy and girl ____ required to attend the party tonight. a. are b. is c. was d. were
  2. 2. 19. The number of people here ____ the mind. a. boggle b. boggled c. boggles d. will boggle 20. Neither of the unions ____ studied the working conditions yet. a. are b. has c. have d. is 21. A few ____ returned the slip. a. are b. has c. have d. is 22. Food tests taken on Friday ____ my original diagnosis. a. confirm b. confirms c. are confirm d. is confirm 23. There ____ several hats outside in the rain. a. are b. has c. have d. is 24. I am the only one of my friends who ____ not tweet. a. did b. do c. does d. was 25. You are at the ringside at the Araneta Coliseum watching Gary Valenciano’s concert. Who will you listen to? a. a spectator is mumbling under his breath b. a vendor selling softdrinks c. a woman sitting beside you is reading a newspaper aloud d. the announcer gives the next song to be sung by Gary V. 26. You are at the Folk Arts Theater where Sharon Cuneta, the Megastar, is putting on a benefit show for one night only. Who will you listen to? a. Sharon is giving a farewell speech before she does her last number b. the couple behind you is talking about how they will be able to get out of the parking lot right away because they parked near the exit c. the couple in front talking about Sharon’s life d. your little brother wants some more popcorn and coke 27. You are taking a final exam in English. Who will you listen to? a. a classmate asks if she could go to the toilet b. a student from the other section comes in and asks your teacher c. Ms. Rosales says, “Time is up!” d. your seatmate who whispers your name 28. You are at an alumni party. Whose voice will you listen to the best? a. Anthony, who is sitting beside you, is trying to ask a girl to dance with him b. Mr. Cruz announces that food will now be served c. the disc jockey announces the next song d. Your best friend is sick and asks for a ride home 29. You are at a play in your drama class and you are the protagonist. a. my teacher is scolding Rose Leron for talking with Nils Pangilinan b. Nils explains that it was her fault c. Rose says she started it and should get some of the blame too d. the antagonist is now having a vicious argument on stage and he draws a knife 30. This is the kind of listening mostly use in debates. The participants should listen carefully to their opponents so they could easily give appropriate responses. a. Casual vs. Purposeful Listening b. Critical vs. Uncritical Listening c. Motivated vs. Disciplined Listening d. Voluntary vs. Involuntary Listening 31. Ms. Salvir will be teaching her students to how to cook, but before that she stated the reasons why they need to learn it. What kind of listening is she imposing to her students? a. Casual vs. Purposeful Listening b. Critical vs. Uncritical Listening c. Motivated vs. Disciplined Listening d. Voluntary vs. Involuntary Listening
  3. 3. 32. Gabriel, the company supervisor, will be giving a bonus for those who will listen and will agree with his proposal on their new branch project. a. Casual vs. Purposeful Listening b. Critical vs. Uncritical Listening c. Motivated vs. Disciplined Listening d. Voluntary vs. Involuntary Listening 33. What is the English translation for The Twa Corbies? a. The Two Birds c. The Two Corpse b. The Two Cobra d. The Two Ravens The Twa Corbies is a ballad originally written in Old English. Choose the appropriate translation for each unfamiliar words. 34. naebody a. anybody b. nobody c. anyone d. no one 35. gane a. game b. gene c. gem d. gone 36. mak a. mac b. make c. mail d. mane 37. ye’ll a. yell b. you c. ye will d. you’ll 38. ta’en a. eaten b. tame c. taken d. tan 39. kaens a. canes b. eaten c. cans d. knows 40. wot a. saw b. what c. sow d. woe “THE END OF EDUCATION IS CHARACTER.”

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