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Second Summative Test in English 10 (Third Quarter)


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  • Q1

    In literature,what refers to the attitude of a writer toward a subject and their audience?


    B. mood 

    C. point of view

    A. tone 

    D. setting

  • Q2

    What refers to the leading character, hero, or heroine in a story?


    C. character 


    A. antagonist

    D. author

  • Q3

    Which of thefollowing is something concrete that stands for something abstract?

    A. symbol

    D. theme

    B. mood

    C. tone 

  • Q4

    Which of thefollowing refers to the location and time in which the action of a narrativetakes place?

    C. theme 

    A. character 

    D. setting

    B. pointof view 

  • Q5

    What is the development of a character and their motivation through their thoughts, actions, appearance, dialogue, and interactions with other characters?




    A. symbolism    

      C. antagonist


  • Q6

    Which character does not grow or evolve over time?


    D. static


    A. dynamic

    C. protagonist

  • Q7

    7. What is an approach to literary criticism that focuses on its morality?


    A. Feminist


    B. Moralist

    C. Historical

  • Q8

    Which of thefollowing best describes moralist criticism?




    D. It teaches morality.

    C. It tells the lesson of the literary piece.

    A. It explains why a certain action is right or wrong.

     B. It states the literary content.

  • Q9

    Which of the following is a body of standards or principles derived from a code of

     conduct from a particular philosophy, religionor culture?


    B. idealism

    A. morality 

    C. philosophy 

    D. principle

  • Q10

    Which of the following literary criticism approaches views literary works as

     reflections of the social institutions.?


    B. Feminist

    D. Marxist

    A. Moralist

     C. Formalist

  • Q11

    If you are going to critic a literary work based on moralist approach, which one will you consider?




    A. The work in its totality not the passages taken out from the context.

     D. The meaning of struggle

    B. The content showing struggle between the rich and the poor.

    C. The opposite meaning of ideas presented.

  • Q12

    In Marxist theory,what do you call those who own property and the means of



    A. wealthy 

    B. bourgeoise


    C. laborer 

  • Q13

    What do you call those who belong in the working class?


    C. laborer

    B. bourgeoise 

    A. wealthy

     D. proletariat

  • Q14

    Which of the following discuss and evaluate specific moral issues?


     D. Historical theory

    C. Marxist theory

    B. Moralist theory

    A. Feminist theory 

  • Q15

    Which literary criticism focuses on the literary works as products of economic and ideological determinants of the specific era?


     C. Historical 

    A. Feminist

    D. Marxist

    B. Moralist


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