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  1. 1. 1 | English Reviewer- 2 n d G r a d i n g G r a d e 6 ENGLISH T R A I N I N G M A T E R I A L S Bicol For Christ Mission Academy 2nd Grading Reviewer Set-2015 English Reviewer Grade 6 INSTRUCTIONS: Read and understand each test. Choose the best answer and avoid unnecessary erasures Test I. Analyzing. Multiple Choice. Direction. Choose the correct answer. Encircle the letter. 1. It is a personal belief or judgment expressed by one person or a group of persons? a. Opinion b. Characters c. Facts d. Judgments 2. It differ in traits as gleaned through their actions and words. They are best implied by their spoken and unspoken values, role they played and how they were described in a given story. a. Opinion b. Characters c. Facts d. Judgments 3. The verb in a sentence should always agree with the subject in person and in number? a. Subject-Verb Agreement b. Passive Voice c. Pronoun d. Active Voice 4. These are pairs of verbs that are commonly misused. a. Troublesome Verbs b. Subjects c. Troublesome Agreements d. Predicate 5. It is making a reasonable guess or assumption on the basis of available information. a. Syllabication b. Inferring c. Subject-Verb Agreement d. Passive Voice 6. It is a form of dividing words into syllables. a. Syllabication b. Inferring c. Subject-Verb Agreement d. Passive Voice 7. These indicates whether the subject is the receiver or the doer of the action. a. Active Voice b. Inferring c. Subject-Verb Agreement d. Passive Voice 8. If the subject is the receiver of the action. a. Active Voice b. Inferring c. Subject-Verb Agreement d. Passive Voice Name: Score: Type of Test: 2nd Grading Exam Test for Grade 6 Allotted time: 45 minutes
  2. 2. 2 | English Reviewer- 2 n d G r a d i n g G r a d e 6 ENGLISH T R A I N I N G M A T E R I A L S 9. Moods in verb that states a fact and reality’ a. Subjunctive mood b. Imperative mood c. Indicative mood d. Moods 10. Moods in verb that states a hypothetical state, a state contrary to reality , such as wish a desire, or an imaginary situation. a. Subjunctive mood b. Imperative mood c. Indicative mood d. Moods 11. Moods in verb that states a command. a. Subjunctive mood b. Imperative mood c. Indicative mood d. Moods 12. It expresses a statement of truth on the actuality of something. a. Facts b. Opinion c. Lesson d. Alphabetizing 13. It is arranging words in alphabetical order. a. Facts b. Opinion c. Lesson d. Alphabetizing 14. It is a phrase or sentence, whose meaning is not clear from the meaning of its individual words, and which must be learned as a whole unit. . a. idiom b. fable c. expression d. story 15. The International Club, as well as the Choral Society and the Rowing Club, __________ to submit a new constitution. a. need b. needs c. have d. had 16. Not only the students but also their instructor ________ been called to the principal's office. a. was b. has c. have d. were 17. A kind of abbreviation that came from a Greek word, meaning heads of names. a. Acronym b. Vocabulary c. Alphabetizing d. Syllabication 18. ASAP is an acronym, which stands for.. a. As Soon As Playable b. As Sing As Play c. As Soon As Possible d. As Same As Please 19. ILY is an acronym, which stands for.. a. I’m Loving You b. I Lad You c. I Love You d. I Leave You 20. IOU is an acronym, which stands for.. a. I Owe You b. I Own You c. I’m Over You d. I’m Outstanding Youth
  3. 3. 3 | English Reviewer- 2 n d G r a d i n g G r a d e 6 ENGLISH T R A I N I N G M A T E R I A L S Test II. Analyzing. Identification. Direction. Write the correct form of the verb on the blank before each number. _____21. Hot pandesal and butter (perk, perks) up a good breakfast. _____22. Nobody (likes, like) a talkative seatmate. _____23. Neither Tom nor his teammates (play, plays) confidently _____24. My clothes (look, looks) expensive when ironed well. _____25. You and I (make, makes) a good couple in dancing. _____26. When you are sad, ten minutes (seem, seems) an eternity. _____27. I (realize, realizes) quickly whenever I hurt somebody else’s feeling. _____28. Peter, together with his choir members (sings, sing) every Sunday morning. _____29. Physics (interest, interests) me a lot. _____30. A colony of ants (builds, build) its anthill outdoor. Test III. Analyzing. Identification. Direction. Underline the correct form of verb in the parenthesis. 31. No one (do, does) the computer work without asking permission. 32. Does she (has, have) any idea about politics? 33. The little Einteins (is, are) now boarding their rocket ship. 34. I (was, were) thinking of my father when you came in. 35. The band (has, have) many students fan. 36. Neither the class president nor the secretary (were, was) interested in becoming officers. 37. Billiards (has, have) become famous among teenagers. 38. Her braces (is, are) causing her pain lately. 39. Two minutes (were, was) given to the referee to fix his whistle. 40. Why (was, were) you absent during our fire drill?
  4. 4. 4 | English Reviewer- 2 n d G r a d i n g G r a d e 6 ENGLISH T R A I N I N G M A T E R I A L S Test IV. Remembering. Troublesome Verbs. Direction. Choose the correct pairs of troublesome verbs to complete the sentences. learn – teach accept – except laid – lain brought – taken preceded – proceeded adopt – adapt emigrate – immigrate appraised – appraised borrowed – lent rise – raise prescribe – proscribe sit – set 41. I asked God to ____________ me to be generous and to __________ to say to say sorry when I have hurt someone. 42. A _____________ money should be returned at once. Has someone ever ______ you a big money? 43. _______ the mood for the birthday party. ________ upright and answer my question. 44. Frogs ________ to both cold and warm environment. _______ a pet and you will enjoy caring for it. 45. How long has he _______ on his sofa? Has he _______ his cards on the table? 46. It is difficult to _________any medicine if you are not a doctor. Doctors _________ taking sleeping pills for those without ailments. 47. My friend’s farm needs to be __________. The owners were _________ on the bank’s proposal. 48. The students _________ to the auditorium for the general assembly. A vowel _______ by a vowel is a tricky word. 49. Filipinos who _______ to other countries become good citizens. To __________ is such a sweet sorrow for someone who has loved his homeland freely. 50. All of my friends _______ Cynthia know how to swim. I have learned to ________ my friends whoever they are. teach learn borrowed lent Set Sit adapt Adopt lain laid prescribe proscribe appraised apprised proceeded preceded immigrate emigrate except accept
  5. 5. 5 | English Reviewer- 2 n d G r a d i n g G r a d e 6 ENGLISH T R A I N I N G M A T E R I A L S Test V. Remembering. Matching Type. Direction. Look for the appropriate troublesome verbs in column B and write the letter of the correct answer before each number to complete the sentence in Column A. Column A Column B ____51. Children are ______ to be fair a. borrowed and honest at all times. ____52. In his ______ life, Jesus gives b. prescribed us a lot of chances to become better ____53. The lawyer _________ to the c. lend Palace after the hearing ____54. Ask your doctor to ________ d. learned something for your allergy. ____55. All drugstores are ____ to sell e. taught medicines without prescriptions. ____56. _______ someone a hand in f. proscribed times of difficulty. ____57. Lessons of life are ____ each g. emigrate passing day. ____58. During cold season, birds h. immigrate _____ to warm places. ____59. Remember to send us an i. lain email when you ______ to Australia. ____60. Her sick dog has ____ in the j. proceeded hospital for five days. Test VI. Remembering. Syllabication. Direction. Select the correct way to divide this word into syllables. 61. GAIN a. g-ain b. ga-in c. gai-n d. gain 62. SOLAR a. s-olar b. so-lar c. sol-ar d. solar 63. BUTTER a. butter b. bu-tter c. butt-er d. but-ter 64. COOPERATE a. coo-per-ate b. coop-er-ate c. cooper-ate d. co-op-er-ate d b f c g h e i j b
  6. 6. 6 | English Reviewer- 2 n d G r a d i n g G r a d e 6 ENGLISH T R A I N I N G M A T E R I A L S 65. CORNER a. corn-er b. co-rn-er c. cor-ner d. corner 66. DEHYDRATE a. dehy-drat-e b. de-hyd-rate c. deh-y-dra-te d. de-hy-drate 67. COLORING a. col-or-ing b. co-lor-ing c. color-ing d. coloring 68. ARTIST a. ar-tist b. artist c. art-ist d. arti-st 69. MONSTER a. mons-ter b. monster c. monst-er d. mon-ster 70. MUFFIN a. muff-in b. muf-fin c. mu-ffin d. muffin Test VI. Analyzing. Making Inferences Direction. Read each sentence carefully. Circle the correct answer for each incomplete sentence or question. 71. Turner almost wished that he hadn’t listened to the radio. He went to the closet and grabbed his umbrella. He would feel silly carrying it to the bus stop on such a sunny morning. a. Turner realized that he had an unnatural fear of falling radio parts. b. Turner had promised himself to do something silly that morning. c. Turner had heard a weather forecast that predicted rain d. Turner planned to trade his umbrella for a bus ride. 72. “Larry, as your boss, I must say it’s been very interesting working with you,” Miss Valdez said. “However, it seems that our company’s needs and your performance style are not well matched. Therefore, it makes me very sad to have to ask you to resign your position effective today.” What was Miss Valdez telling Larry? a. She would feel really bad if he decided to quit. b. He was being fired. c. He was getting a raise in pay. d. She really enjoyed having him in the office. 73. No, Honey, I don’t want you to spend a lot of money on my birthday present. Just having you for a husband is the only gift I need. In fact, I’ll just drive my old rusty bucket of bolts down to the mall and buy myself a little present. And if the poor old car doesn't break down, I’ll be back soon. What is the message? a. I don’t want a gift. b. Buy me a new car. c. The mall is fun. d. I’ll carry a bucket for you.
  7. 7. 7 | English Reviewer- 2 n d G r a d i n g G r a d e 6 ENGLISH T R A I N I N G M A T E R I A L S 74. Bill and Jessica were almost done taking turns choosing the players for their teams. It was Jessica’s turn to choose, and only Kurt was left. Jessica said, “Kurt.” We can infer that a. Kurt was the best player on either team. b. Jessica was inconsiderate of Kurt’s feelings. c. Kurt is not a very good player. d. Jessica was pleased to have Kurt on her team. Test VII. Analyzing. Voices of Verbs Direction. Determine the voice of verb. Write A for active and P for passive. ____75. Trisha cleaned the pots this morning. ____76. The little girl was helped by his brother. ____77. They hurriedly finished their task. ____78. They proceeded to take their snacks. ____79. Their snacks were prepared by their Auntie Tess. ____80. They had fun exchanging pleasantries as they ate. ____81. Their glasses were washed by their housekeeper. ____82. Afterwards, they went to their rooms to study. ____83. Their mother came home with some goodies. ____84. Their dinner was cooked by their mother. Test VIII. Analyzing. Voices of Verbs Direction. Fill in the blanks with the correct active or passive voice of the given verb. 85. Rachel (celebrate) ___________________ her birthday with the children in the orphanage. 86. Her parents (prepare) ________________ food and special gifts for them. 87. Special dance and song numbers (present) _____________ by her special friends. 88. Gifts (bring) ______________ by Rachel’s family members. 89. Rachel herself (distribute) _________________ give-aways to all of them. 90. Next year, she (ask) __________________ her parents if she can still come and visit the orphanage. 91. Her parent (consent) ______________ to Rachel’s idea. 92. Plans of better interaction with the children (conceptualize) ____________ this early. A P A P A A P A A P celebrated prepared will be presented were brought distributed will ask consented conceptualized will think
  8. 8. 8 | English Reviewer- 2 n d G r a d i n g G r a d e 6 ENGLISH T R A I N I N G M A T E R I A L S 93. Concepts and programs (think) __________ well so far. 94. Rachel’s family fully (support) ___________ her in her desire to make the children in the orphanage happy. Test IX Analyzing. Fact or Opinion Direction. On the space provided, write F if the statement is a fact or O if the statement is an opinion. _____95. War is always wrong. _____96. Many innocent people are killed in war. _____97. Wild animals should not be kept in zoos. _____98. Teachers should be allowed to smack children if they misbehave. _____99. Royal weddings always attract a lot of interest. _____100. Cigarettes cause lung cancer. _____101. The quality of life has decreased in the last ten years. _____102. Country living is the only way to live. _____103. Local councilors should spend more time listening to residents and less time listening to each other. _____104. The professor argues that the effect of carbon emissions on the surrounding environment will only get worse. Test X Analyzing. Idiomatic expression Direction. Choose the letter of the correct meaning of idioms. 105. (have) egg on your face Silvio had egg on his face after saying he was much better than all the other drivers, and then; a. winning the race b. coming last in the race c. coming second in the race 105. (your) hands are tied The guy in the bank who approves loans said his hands were tied and he; a. can't untie them b. would be happy to give us the loan c. couldn't approve our loan 106. (your) heart goes out to (someone) The president said his heart went out to a. all the earthquake victims b. all his old girlfriends O F O O F F O O O O supported
  9. 9. 9 | English Reviewer- 2 n d G r a d i n g G r a d e 6 ENGLISH T R A I N I N G M A T E R I A L S c. all the money he lost 107. (your) heart is in the right place Linda's heart is in the right place and she always tries to a. do things to help people b. make a good living c. take advantage of people 108. (your) heart isn't in it She's doing the photo shoot to promote her book, but her heart isn't in it. She looks a. quite happy b. really bored c. very funny 109. a bad hair day If you're having a bad hair day a. you've had a terrible haircut b. nothing's going right for you c. you don't care what people think about you 110. a gut feeling Beth said she had a gut feeling that her husband was cheating on her, but she a. couldn't prove it b. could prove it c. had proved it already 111. a head start a. he was a fast runner b. he's part of a powerful family c. the others started the race before him 112. a kick in the teeth Hasan said it was a real kick in the teeth when he a. lost his job b. found a job c. did the job 113. young blood We think the company needs some young blood because a. all our staff are sick b. our boss likes looking at young people c. we need staff who know how young people think Prepared by: Frezel G. Pontanal

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