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Unified 2nd Periodical Exam in English 8

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  • Q1
    The world is a mess, full of injustice, poverty, and war. The people responsible are presumably the adults who have been running things. If they can’t do better than that, what have they gone to teach our generation? 1. How does the author describe the world?
    amazing
    troubled
    comfortable
    dirty
    30s
  • Q2
    The world is a mess, full of injustice, poverty, and war. The people responsible are presumably the adults who have been running things. If they can’t do better than that, what have they gone to teach our generation? What is the author's intent or purpose ?
    to inform
    to describe
    to suggest
    to give opinion
    30s
  • Q3
    The world is a mess, full of injustice, poverty, and war. The people responsible are presumably the adults who have been running things. If they can’t do better than that, what have they gone to teach our generation? What is the meaning of the word "mess" in the first sentence ?
    confusion
    adventure
    regret
    despair
    30s
  • Q4
    The world is a mess, full of injustice, poverty, and war. The people responsible are presumably the adults who have been running things. If they can’t do better than that, what have they gone to teach our generation? What point of view is used by the author in expressing his idea?
    Second Person POV
    Third Person POV
    First Person POV
    a and b
    30s
  • Q5
    Read the poem carefully and answer the question that follow. To whom does the line,”Those who live carelessly live refer”?
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    prodigal
    stingy
    thrifty
    generous
    30s
  • Q6
    Read the poem then answer the following question. Which thing is compared to water put in a sieve?
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    door
    palm
    lover's heart
    money
    30s
  • Q7
    What happens to water placed in a sieve?
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    It is kept in lover's heart
    It abides in the palm
    It goes to waste
    It is well kept
    30s
  • Q8
    According to the poem, what is the speaker's advice to a poor man ?
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    when youth became old, chance of succeeding in life will be little
    All of the above
    Change attitude while young , gain more in the future
    Spend money wisely
    30s
  • Q9
    What literary device is used in line one of the first stanza?
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    repetition
    personification
    alliteration
    metaphor
    30s
  • Q10
    What is the order of the sentence in line 1 of the first stanza and line 3 of the second stanza.
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    A and B
    none of the above
    Inverted Order
    Natural Order
    30s
  • Q11
    How would you describe the man?
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    wise
    brainless
    arrogant
    brainy
    30s
  • Q12
    Which of the following shows the character trait of the man?
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    by measuring his own feet for him to buy his shoes
    by not asking the seller if he could try on the shoes
    all of the above
    by going home to get the measurement of his own feet
    30s
  • Q13
    How was the behavior demonstrated by the man?
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    Through his words and actions
    Through the description of other people
    Through his actions
    Through his utterances
    30s
  • Q14
    How was the story narrated ?
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    First Person POV
    Second Person POV
    Third Person POV
    Omniscient POV
    30s
  • Q15
    What kind of literary work is this story?
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    essay
    short story
    poem
    folktale
    30s

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