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English 7 3rd Quarter Summative Assessment

Quiz by Alexis D. Par

Grade 7
English
Philippines Curriculum: Grades K-10 (MELC)

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Grade 7
English
Philippines Curriculum: Grades K-10 (MELC)

EN7OL-IV-e-3.10
EN7OL-III-b-3
EN7OL-III-h-1.3.1
EN7VC-IV-i-16
EN7LT-IV-h-3
EN7RC-IV-g-10.4

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  • Q1

    Santiago Sarmiento moved from Manila to Marikina and documented his daily experiences in a notebook. Which non-fiction narrative, do you think, did he use to note such experiences?

    vlog

    memoir

    diary

    autobiography

    30s
    EN7OL-IV-e-3.10
  • Q2

    When Margarito Gallano “Ito” Kish was a teenager growing up in San Pablo Laguna, he lived with his school-teacher, mother, and sister in a small house that leaked when it rained. He slept on the same run-down sofa for 20 years. (Small-town Boy, Philippine Daily Inquirer, 2002)

    biographical narrative

    diary

    memoir

    autobiography

    30s
    EN7OL-IV-e-3.10
  • Q3

    Happy New Year, friends! All of us have experienced an unexpected 2020, but in life's uncertainties, our God remains faithful. I've counted some (Counting all of them would probably fill out your entire timeline!) of the great blessings I've received this year to remind us all that our God continues working in us and through us even in the seemingly dimmest times of our lives. From our family to yours, we pray that you'll have an amazing 2021 ahead of you. (Au Bagkus, Facebook)

    diary

    autobiography

    vlog

    memoir

    30s
    EN7OL-IV-e-3.10
  • Q4

    In the past five years, an explosion of technological breakthroughs in neuroimaging using a variety of high-tech imaging devices to peek inside the brain has given researchers their first glimpse of what depression, anxiety and even schizophrenia look like at the cellular level. This could lead to more effective treatments for this debilitating mental illness. (Neuroimaging Offers Picture of a Troubled Brain, Philippine Prevention, 2002)

    diary

    memoir

    autobiography

    reflective essay

    30s
    EN7OL-IV-e-3.10
  • Q5

    I have not seen Ligao in two years and there is another year ending and the prospects of visiting this town I call home are as remote as ever. The last time I went there was in ’62, on the eve of a departure that meant crossing an ocean for faraway places and that visit had been made on something deeper than impulse, squeezed in between passports and vacation shots – and yet, once in Ligao, what did I really do? I stayed only twelve hours, just long enough to pick up half a dozen blooms from my aunt’s garden and jump into a tricycle for the familiar ride to the municipal cemetery where my father lies buried.(Kerima Polotan, Small Town Filipinos)

    diary

    memoir

    vlog

    biographical narrative

    30s
    EN7OL-IV-e-3.10
  • Q6

    Chef Lagro wanted the subscribers on his website to learn his recipe for tinapa spaghetti. Which multimedia resource would be most appropriate to access to follow the chef’s step-by-step cooking?

    video

    photo

    audio

    illustration

    30s
    EN7OL-III-b-3
  • Q7

    Bella: Sister do you know how to subtract fractions?

    Angel: Of course. I learned that from my Math teacher in elementary.

    Bella: Good to hear that. Can you explain how it is done?

    Angel: Sure. First, the denominators in the equation need to be the same. Then, put both numerators over one denominator and simply subtract them from each other. Finally, reduce a fraction to its lowest possible multiple.

    Bella: Oh, Thank you.

    Angel: You are welcome.

    What is the primary purpose of the dialogue above?

    to narrate events

    to ask permission

    to make explanations

    to persuade

    30s
    EN7OL-III-b-3
  • Q8

    In the selection, what transitional words are used to explain the steps?

    first, last

    oh, of course

    next, last

    first, then, finally      

    30s
    EN7OL-III-b-3
  • Q9

    __________, like “Of course you should go on thattrip to Jerusalem! YOLO,” do not add the clarity of one’s speech.

    Figurative language       

    Slang    

    Redundancy

    Idiom      

    30s
    EN7OL-III-b-3
  • Q10

    Greetings, like “Hey, wassup,” in a formal interview is __________

    suitable      

    appropriate

    inappropriate      

    proper     

    30s
    EN7OL-III-b-3
  • Q11

    What does the expression "That's for sure" express?

    Expressing agreement

    Make explanation

    Expressing disagreement

    Giving instruction

    30s
    EN7OL-III-h-1.3.1
  • Q12

    Which of the following statements is NOT an example of belief/conviction?

    I strongly believe the pandemic will stop soon if people pray for God’s mercy.

    Excessive worrying causes serious diseases according to medical research.

    As far as I know, people who worry too much get sick.

    I believe that safety health protocols should be strictly implemented in the new normal.

    30s
    EN7OL-III-h-1.3.1
  • Q13

    Which of the following is NOT an example of an opinionated statement which expresses disagreement?

    I strongly disagree with what you said that Pia Wurtzbach does not deserve the crown.

    With all due respect, I don’t agree when you said that Filipinos are highly opinionated.

    I respectfully disagree when you said that Michelle Marquez Dee did not perform well in the swimsuit presentation.

    I am convinced that Filipinos are huge fans of pageantry.

    30s
    EN7OL-III-h-1.3.1
  • Q14

    Which of the following is NOT an example of an opinionated statement which expresses agreement?

    No offense but some students in Fortune High School does not value true learning.

    I believe Fortune High School students are talented and hardworking.

    I agree with you when you said that Grade 7 students love to dance.

    It’s my belief that Grade 7 students are so energetic.

    30s
    EN7OL-III-h-1.3.1
  • Q15

    What does it mean when you disagree with someone?

    Your ideas are both correct.

    Your ideas are the same.

    Your ideas do not have importance.

    Your ideas are different from each other.

    30s
    EN7VC-IV-i-16

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