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International Baptist College

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Summative Examination in English 7 - Gabriel


Name
Mr. Paul M. Feliciano Score __
General Instruction: The test is only good for an hour.
Read the questions carefully before you answer. Erasures and superimpositions are given no credit.

LITERATURE
1. The time and location in which a story takes place
A. Plot B. Setting C. Conflict D. Characterization
2. The underlying meaning or main idea of a story is called the ______________.
A. Theme B. Mood C. Plot D. Setting
3. Don't judge a book by its cover is an example of ___________.
A. Mood B. Theme C. Setting D. Conflict
4. The angle from which the story is told.
A. Camera view B. Character view C. Point of view D. None of the above
5. The central, main character of a story is called the ____________.
A. Antagonist B. Protagonist C. Antagonizer D. Instigator
6. What type of a short story is the “monkey and the turtle”?
a. Epic b. Fable c. Sonnet d. Parable
7. In one of the mischievous things that the turtle did, the turtle described the siling labuyo as
a. King’s Helmet b. King’s Belt c. Angel’s Fruit d. King’s Fruit
8. The Turle told the monkey that he is guarding the King’s Belt, which was later found out by the monkey as a what?
a. Dog b. Snake c. Centipede D. Lion
9. Which of the statement below best describes the lesson from the story, The Monkey and the turtle?
a. True friendship is tested through hard times
b. Retaliation resolves nothing but further intensify the strife between two opposing parties.
c. Friendship is always the key for everything
d. Be wise and think first before you do something
10. The main part of this reference consist of pages listing from A – Z vocabulary/
a. Dictionary b. Almanac c. Encyclopedia d. Atlases
11. Contains detailed articles on nearly every subject. Photos, illustrations, maps and diagrams are added to help the
readers.
a. Dictionary b. Almanac c. Encyclopedia d. Atlases
12. This reference is published by year and list up-to-date facts, statistics, and some unusual information.
a. Thesaurus b. Almanac c. Thesaurus d. Atlases
13. This reference contains synonyms and antonyms of words
a. Dictionary b. Almanac c. Thesaurus d. Atlases
14. This reference is a collection of detailed maps published as a book.
a. Thesaurus b. Almanac c. Dictionary d. Atlases
15. Who had a peculiar chicken?
a. Kiko b. Alejandro Roces c. Maria d. Chief
16. Why is the chicken peculiar?
a. Because it lays golden egg. C. Because no one can tell if it is a rooster or hen.
b. Because it can fly. d. Because it talks.
17. What did their mother told them about the chicken?
a. Do not fight anymore b. Eat it for lunch. c. The chicken is binabae. d.Go out.
18. Why is the chicken called binabae?
a. Because it is a rooster that looks like a hen. C. Because it is colorful.
b. Because it doesn't crow. d. Because it is owned by Maria.
19. Who did Kiko think of can settle the argument?
a. Father b. Mayor c. Teniente del Barrio d. Himself
20. What did Mr. Cruz study during his college days?
a. Agriculture b. Education c. Veterinary d. Poultry Raising
GRAMMAR
21. A: Sally is hoping to be driven to the party.
B: I don't mind. ___________________________________
a. She can drive us. b. We can take her. c. She'll get us there safely.
22. A: She hopes to be given the test results on Friday.
B: ___________________________________
a. Who's going to give them to her? c. Maybe she'll give them earlier.
b. She can't give the results herself.
23. A: The company is reported to have been one of the most profitable in North America.
B: ___________________________________
a. I wonder why their sales have fallen. c. How long have you worked for the company?
b. I think the company reports its own profits.
24. A: Sorry I didn't call sooner. I stopped checking e-mail.
B: That explains it. ___________________________________
a. You didn't see my message. b. You got busy reading all your messages. c. I thought you had e-mail.
25. A: I'm having difficulty reading this handwriting.
B: ___________________________________
a. You should try reading it. b. I'm not a strong reader either. c. Maybe I can help you.
26. A: Ben's attorney encouraged him not to lie.
B: ___________________________________
a. I hope Ben doesn't listen to him. He shouldn't lie! c. That seems like very sensible advice.
b. Why does Ben want his attorney to lie?
27. A: Did you remember meeting Sam?
B: ___________________________________
a. Oh I completely forgot! I should call him immediately. c. I expect to have met him by Friday.
b. Not at first, but then I remembered.
28. There were some marks on the wall, but they seemed __________.
a. to vanish b. to have vanished c. vanishing d. having vanished
29. The suspects are believed __________ east, so all officers east of the city should be alert.
a. to be heading b. to head c. heading d. having headed
30. The watch appears __________ during business hours.
a. to be stealing b. to have stolen c. to steal d. to have been stolen
31. You'll see a gold flashing sign and the theater will be on your left. It's impossible __________ it.
a. to miss b. to have missed c. missing d. to be missing
32. Nathan is great in the show. __________ acting is fantastic. Try to get tickets!
a. He b. Him c. His d. Its
33. I'm __________ losing my ticket, so please hold it for me.
a. afraid b. afraid of c. afraid to d. afraid for
34. I __________ to return by 7 o'clock.
a. am interested in b. expect c. have a hard time d. can't imagine
35. Some of the consultants are willing __________ by the hour instead of the day, so if hourly rates are easier for the
accounts, let's pay them that way.
a. paying b. to have paid c. to pay d. to be paid
36. What two parts make up a complete sentence?
a. A noun and a verb c. A noun and preposition
b. An adverb and a conjunction d. A verb and an adjective
37. The subject of a sentence is always a ...
a. verb b. conjunction c. noun d. preposition
38. The subject of a sentence tells...
a. where the direct object is. c. what the sentence is doing.
b. what the sentence is about d. what tense the verb is in.
39. The verb in a sentence tells...
a. what the subject is doing. b. what the subject is wearing.
b. what the sentence is about. d. what the subject is thinking.
40. What is a complete subject?
a. all the words that describe the the phrase. c. all the words in a sentence that describe the subject.
b. all the words in a sentence. d. all the words in a sentence that tell what the subject is doing
41. Please give me that book
a. direct object b. indirect object c. object of the preposition d. predicate nominative
42. He put the books on the desk.
a. direct object b. indirect object c. object of the preposition d. predicate nominative
43. The conference participants studied the teachings of Ghandi.
a. direct object b. indirect object c. object of the preposition d. predicate nominative
44. The last contestant was a visitor from Germany.
a. direct object b. indirect object c. object of the preposition d. predicate nominative
45. The captain provided his officers a plan of attack.
a. direct object b. indirect object c. object of the preposition d. predicate nominative
46. Did Joseph give the students the directions for their assignment?
a. direct object b. indirect object c. object of the preposition d. predicate nominative
47. Susan did not offer her candy to any of the other kids.
a. direct object b. indirect object c. object of the preposition d. predicate nominative
48. They are hiding in the closet.
a. direct object b. indirect object c. object of the preposition d. predicate nominative
49. The woman who won the award is Tom’s neighbor.
a. direct object b. indirect object c. object of the preposition d. predicate nominative
50. Wayne will send you a postcard from Italy.
a. direct object b. indirect object c. object of the preposition d. predicate nominative