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FORMATIVE TEST IN ENGLISH 5

Quiz by ERNESTO T. ROBLES Jr.

Grade 5
English
Philippines Curriculum: Grades K-10 (MELC)

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Grade 5
English
Philippines Curriculum: Grades K-10 (MELC)

EN5G-IVa-1.8.1
ENG5-1-i1
EN5WC-IIj-3.7
EN5G-IIa-3.9

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  • Q1
    Which of the following sentences are compound sentence?
    I know newspapers are important, but I hate to read them.
    She is very kind.
    Karen and Jazelle are best friends.
    Chico and Mangoes are delicious fruits.
    30s
    EN5G-IVa-1.8.1
  • Q2
    What kind of sentence is this: The girl went to school and she submitted her worksheets.
    Simple Sentence
    Compound Complex
    Compound Sentence
    Complex Sentence
    30s
    EN5G-IVa-1.8.1
  • Q3
    What kind of sentence is this: Our world is not a hopeless place?
    Compound Complex
    Complex Sentence
    Compound Sentence
    Simple Sentence
    30s
    EN5G-IVa-1.8.1
  • Q4
    What kind of sentence is this: He started to run before the typhoon signal was given.
    Complex Sentence
    Simple Sentence
    Compound Sentence
    Compound Complex
    30s
    EN5G-IVa-1.8.1
  • Q5
    Which among these statements is a complex sentence?
    Never stand under a tree when there is lightning.
    Dr. Fronda gave his wisdom on leadership and he taught his subordinates to be patient and kind.
    Mr. Mallari donated a huge amount of money.
    She smiles at the storm.
    30s
    EN5G-IVa-1.8.1
  • Q6
    30s
    ENG5-1-i1
  • Q7
    30s
    ENG5-1-i1
  • Q8
    30s
    ENG5-1-i1
  • Q9
    30s
    ENG5-1-i1
  • Q10
    30s
    ENG5-1-i1
  • Q11
    In filling out forms, it is very important to know what is being asked so we can give the needed information. Read the sentences very well and identify the specific information being asked: It indicates whether you are married, single, separated or widow/widower.
    Name
    Height
    Citizenship
    Civil Status
    30s
    EN5WC-IIj-3.7
  • Q12
    In filling out forms, it is very important to know what is being asked so we can give the needed information. Read the sentences very well and identify the specific information being asked: It refers to where you were born; the city or municipality of your birth
    Civil Status
    Place of Birth
    Name
    Citizenship
    30s
    EN5WC-IIj-3.7
  • Q13
    In filling out forms, it is very important to know what is being asked so we can give the needed information. Read the sentences very well and identify the specific information being asked: It refers to one’s nationality.
    Civil Status
    Place of Birth
    Place of Birth
    Citizenship
    30s
    EN5WC-IIj-3.7
  • Q14
    In filling out forms, it is very important to know what is being asked so we can give the needed information. Read the sentences very well and identify the specific information being asked: It refers to one’s address in the province where he/she originally comes from.
    Name
    Citizenship
    Provincial Address
    Civil Status
    30s
    EN5WC-IIj-3.7
  • Q15
    In filling out forms, it is very important to know what is being asked so we can give the needed information. Read the sentences very well and identify the specific information being asked: It refers to a cause, principle, or system of beliefs you hold on to.
    Place of Birth
    Name
    Citizenship
    Religion
    30s
    EN5WC-IIj-3.7

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