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Using Opinion-Marking Signals

Quiz by Jean Jocelyn Odones

Grade 8
English
Philippines Curriculum: Grades 1-10

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Grade 8
English
Philippines Curriculum: Grades 1-10

EN8RC-IIIh-10

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  • Q1

    Which of the following signal words show an opinion?

    In addition

    Because of

    For this reason

    As far as I know

    30s
    EN8RC-IIIh-10
  • Q2

    Which of the following is NOT an example of opinion?

    From my point of view, eating chocolates make a person fat.

    I think it is not good to eat chocolate because it has high cholesterol.

    Eating dark chocolates in small quantities are beneficial to our health according to some dietician.

    I believe that eating chocolates brighten up our mood.

    30s
  • Q3

    How are facts and opinion different from each another?

    Facts can influence people whereas opinions cannot influence people’s feelings.

    Facts are proven to be true while opinions are viewpoints that cannot be proven true. 

    Facts are research-based whereas opinions are based on observations only.

    Facts are limited while opinions are unlimited.

    30s
  • Q4

    What signal words are you using when agreeing or disagreeing on a particular issue?

    General to Particular

    Cause and Effect

    Problem-Solution

    Opinion Signals

    30s
  • Q5

    Which of the following best describes a good opinion statement?

    It is based on research and can be proven true.

    It has too much details about a particular topic.

    It convinces readers to disagree with your views.

    It provides reasons or information to support your opinion.

    30s

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