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STRATFORD INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL


J. Catolico Ave., Lagao, General Santos City
INTERACTIVE ENGLISH

FINAL EXAMINATION

NAME: ____________________________________ INSTRUCTOR: ____________________


YEAR AND COURSE: ________________________ DATE: __________________________

General Directions:
1. READ the directions, questions, and choices carefully before answering.
2. Answer the exam HONESTLY.

IF YOU CAN’T CHANGE YOUR FATE, CHANGE YOUR ATTITUDE.


BE A GOOD PERSON, BUT DON’T TRY TO PROVE.

I. IDENTIFYING SUBJECT AND PREDICATE


Direction: Identify each underlined word of group of words in the paragraph by writing one
of these labels: simple subject, complete subject, simple predicate, complete predicate.

Beads are made everywhere.1 These miniature artworks2 are fashioned from various
substances.3 Czechoslovakia4 is famous for glass beads.5 From many parts of Africa come6
brightly colored pottery beads fashioned by hand.7 Silver beads from India8 are9 beautiful. The
Philippines10 offers uniquely shaped coil beads.11 Their size and fascinating beauty12 make beads
ideal for barter. Today, collectors13 may pay14 thousand of dollar for one bead. Imagine that!15
1. 6. 11.
2. 7. 12.
3. 8. 13.
4. 9. 14.
5. 10. 15.

II. IDENTIFYING SENTENCE STRUCTURE


Direction: Identify each sentence by writing S for simple, C for compound, CX for complex,
or CC for compound-complex. Write you answer after each sentence.

1. Before I leave, I’ll check the flashlight batteries.


2. Our school’s mascot is a wildcat; our rivals mascot is a panda.
3. If Lena isn’t going to dance, then I’m not going, either.
4. Always wear a seatbelt when you’re in a car.
5. Larry and his friends from down the block always like roller-blade through the park in the
middle of the town.
6. Rona’s team plays for the championship tonight, but she can’t be at the game.
7. When my cousin plays with blocks, she usually builds castles, but sometimes she builds
ordinary houses.
8. The Beatles’ song “In My Life” is one of the greatest songs ever written, according to my
brother.
9. I wear a big, floppy hat in the sun.
10. Tell me your answer, and I’ll tell you whether you’re right.
III. USING CORRECT VERB
Direction: Identify the right form of the verbs. Encircle the letter of your answer.

1. I could not mend the computer myself, so I ______________ at a shop.


a. had it mended
b. had it mend
c. did it mend
d. had mended
2. We look forward ________________ a response from you.
a. for receiving
b. to receiving
c. in receiving
d. to receive
3. In many ways, riding a bicycle is similar to _________________.
a. the driving of a car
b. driving a car
c. when one drives a car
d. when we drive a car
4. We watched the boat__________________ down the river.
a. to float
b. was floating
c. had floated
d. floating
5. I opened the door as soon as I _______________ the bell.
a. have heard
b. was hearing
c. heard
d. am heard
6. The Parthenon is said ________________ in the age of Pericles.
a. to have become
b. to have begun
c. to have been
d. to have had begun
7. Almost everyone fails ____________ on the first try.
a. to his driver’s test
b. in passing his driver’s test
c. to have passed his driver’s test
d. passing his driver’s test
8. The speaker fails to make the audience ____________ to him patiently.
a. to listen
b. listening
c. listened
d. listen
9. How many eggs have your hens _______________ this month?
a. lain
b. laid
c. lay
d. lied
10. It’s time _____________ your mistakes.
a. you realize
b. that you realize
c. you would realize
d. you have realized
11. He advised me _____________ our relationship.
a. giving up
b. to give up
c. in giving up
d. from giving up
12. Have you ever ____________ England?
a. been to
b. been on
c. went to
d. went on
13. He __________ for five hours and is still sleeping.
a. slept
b. were sleeping
c. has been slept
d. had slept
14. The examiners made us ________________ our identification in order to admit to the exam
centre.
a. showing
b. show
c. showed
d. to show
15. The father could not help but ___________ his condition.
a. cry on
b. cry for
c. crying
d. cry at

IV. READING COMPREHENSION AND SPEECH


Direction: Identify which term the following items refer to. Write your answer on the space
provided.

______________________________1. It is a speech that is given without previous preparation.


______________________________2. It is a speech delivered from memorized piece.
______________________________3. A speech wherein the materials of speech are prepared
carefully and thoroughly in advance.
______________________________4. It is the easiest way to deliver a speech.
______________________________5. It is a complex system of deriving meaning from print.
______________________________6. It refers to the cognitive understanding and retention of
information that has been read.
______________________________7. It is the ability to read a passage accurately, quickly, and with
expression.
______________________________8. This helps the reader learn the relationship between letters of
a written language and sounds of the spoken language.
______________________________9. It is the ability to hear, identify, and manipulate sounds in
spoken words.
______________________________10. In this level of comprehension, readers analyze or
synthesize information and apply it to other information.
V. PUBLIC SPEAKING
Direction: Enumerate what is being asked.

1. Elements of Verbal Communication 4. Elements of Non-Verbal Communication

2. Functions of Communication 5.Features of Effective Communication

3. Fundamentals of Public Speaking 6. Strategies in Reading