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Cauayan City National High School – Cabaruan Extension

First Periodical Examination

English 09

I. DIRECTIONS: Read each sentence carefully and choose the letter of the best answer from the options given. Write your
answer on the blank. Note: Use CAPITAL LETTERS only!

1-20. Read each line of the following poem and write the missing word/s on the blank/s. Choose the
appropriate words from the box.

time whistles oaths seven parts

players second lover infant caper
exits everything creeping puking bearded
honor furnace shining beard snail
caper soldier whining childish shoulder


(from: As You Like It) by William Shakespeare
All the world’s a stage,
And all the men and women are merely1. _____________________.
They have their 2. _____________________
And one man in his 3. _____________________ plays many parts.
His acts being 4. _____________________ ages. At first the 5._____________________
Mewling and 6. _____________________ in the nurse’s arms;
And then the 7. _____________________ school boy, with his satchel
And 8. _____________________ morning face, 9. _____________________ like snail
Unwillingly to school. And then the 10. _____________________,
Sighing like 11. _____________________, with a woeful ballad
Made to his mistress’ eyebrow. Then a 12. _____________________
Full of strange 13. _____________________, and bearded like a pard,
Jealous in 14. _____________________, sudden and quick in quarrel,
Seeking the 15. _____________________ reputation
Even in the cannon’s mouth. And then the justice,
In fair round belly with good caper lined.
With eyes severe and 16. _____________________ of formal cut,
Full of white saws and modern instances;
And so he plays his part. The sixth age shifts
Into the lean and slippered pantaloons,
With spectacles on nose and pouch on side;
His youthful hose well saved, a world too wide
For his shrunk shank; and his big manly voice,
Turning again toward 17. _____________________ treble, pipes
And 18._____________________ in his sound. Last scene of all,
That ends this strange eventful history,
Is 19. _____________________ childishness and mere oblivion,
Sans teeth, sans eyes, sans taste, sans 20. _____________________
________21. It is a sound device used by poets to suggest actions, movements and meanings
a. alliteration b. onomatopoeia c. consonance d. imagery
________22. It is a poetry with an unrhymed iambic pentameter lines
a. blank verse b. new verse c. rhyme d. imagery
________23. It calls for the repetition of vowel sounds within words
a. alliteration b. assonance c. rhyme d. consonance
________24. It is the use of figurative language to create visual presentation.
a. blank verse b. new verse c. rhyme d. imagery
________25. It is the repetition of consonant sounds within and at ends of words.
a. alliteration b. assonance c. rhyme d. consonance
________26. These rhyming words that appear within the line.
a. end rhyme b. internal rhyme c. blank verse d. rhyme
________27. These are rhyming words that appear at the end of the lines .
a. end rhyme b. blank verse c. rhyme d. internal rhyme
________28. It is a personal type of writing where words flow.
a. imagery b. poetry c. alliteration d. consonance
________29. It is a collection of words you can use to convey meaning clearly and effectively.
a. word bank b. lyric poem c. ballad d. imagery
________30. It is a meaningful musical expression of significant human experiences
a. poem b. word bank c. ballad d. imagery
________31. Words, phrases, or lines are repeated to serve a purpose.
a. poem b. repetition c. consonance d. alliteration

32-45. Identify the figurative language used in the following statement. Choose from the options given below.
A. a. Allitération b. Consonance c. Assonance
________32. “ As in guys she gently sways at ease”.
________33. “He struck a streak of bad luck”.
________34. “Doubting, dressing dreams no mortal enter dared to dream before”.
________35. “I feel depressed and restless”.
________36. “Our financial future fell into a freefall”.
________37. “The engineer held the steering to steer the vehicle”.
________38. “Men sell the wedding bells.”
________39. “A big bully beats a baby boy”.
________40. “I dreamed of a drip-dropping drain in my dream.

B. a. Rhyme b. Onomatopoeia c. Repetition

________41. “Hickory, dickory bock, the mouse ran up the clock”.
________42. “The moaning tree-boughs swaying blind”.
________43. “O quick quick quick, quick hear the song-sparrow”.
________44. “ On shining morning face, creeping like a snail”.
________45. “The bubbling brook breaks”.

II. Essay. Answer the following question briefly.

What are the roles that you want to perform effectively? How are you going to perform these roles?

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