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Name: __________________________________________ Score:______________________________

Grade & Section:__________________________________ Date: ______________________________

Second Monthly Examination In Oral Communication

GENERAL DIRECTIONS:
• Read and understand the directions carefully.

• Write legibly and avoid erasures. Friction pens are not allowed. Any form of obvious alterations will
invalidate your answer/s.

• You are given one hour to finish this exam. The test has 80 points.

I. TRUE OR FALSE: Write T if the statement is true and F if the statement is false.

________________1. The Illocutionary speech act happens with the utterance of a sound, word or
phrase as a natural unit of speech.
________________2. The Illocutionary speech act involves stating opinion, confirming or denying.
________________3.Perlocutionary speech act involves when a particular effect is sought from
either the listener, the speaker or both.
________________4.Perlocutionary Speech acts involves inspiring or insulting.

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________________5. A tongue twister is a series of words that is hard to articulate clearly and
rapidly.
________________6. P and V is a pair of words that is commonly mistaken with the other.

________________7. Duh… is an example of a Locutionary Speech act.

________________8.Communicative competence is the primordial purpose of studying


communication.
________________9.Nomination is presenting a topic clearly ,truthfully and stating what is only
relevant.
________________10.Overcoming the communication breakdown is known as Repair.
________________11.Resonation is the production of natural sound coming from the mouth.
________________12. The body has 4 parts of voicing/resonation.
________________13.A conversation is ended by using the Turn taking strategy.
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________________14. A good communicator does not terminate a conversation with hard feelings and
anger.
________________15.There are 3 types of Speech Act.

II.A. Write L if the following statements are examples of Locutionary, I if it is Illocutionary and P if it is
Perlocutionary. Write your answer on the blank space provided before the number.

_________1. The ghosts will get you if you don’t come here!
_________2. Boom Panes!
_________3. Hi!
_________4. Yes, I own the phone.
_________5. You must join the contest since you have the most beautiful voice in 10-Integrity.
_________6. Her nose is like a gigantic tomato whenever he gets angry.
_________7. Frankie, love is felt, not bought.
_________8. Son, that pair of shoes look good and fits well on you.
_________9. That boy will be a burden of his parents one day.
_________10. Pak Ganern!
B. MULTIPLE CHOICE: Choose the letter of the BEST answer. Write it on the blank space provided
before the number.

______1. It is a Speech act with the intention of stating an opinion, making predictions issuing an order or
giving advice.
A. Locutionary B. Illocutionary C. Perlocutionary D. Delusionary
______2. It is a speech act seen when a particular effect is sought from the participants of the communication
process.
A. Locutionary B. Illocutionary C. Perlocutionary D. Delusionary
______3. Aha! You ate Mamang’s Buco pie. The underlined expression is an example of what type of
Speech act.
A. Locutionary B. Illocutionary C. Perlocutionary D. Delusionary
______4.Bulky desktop computers are said to be obsolete by 2092. What Speech Act is being depicted by the
underlined phrase?
A. Locutionary B. Illocutionary C. Perlocutionary D. Delusionary
______5. Look at all these Filipino slaves eating with their bare hands, said the Russian woman in her
facebook post. What Speech Act is being depicted by the underlined phrase?
A. Locutionary B. Illocutionary C. Perlocutionary D. Delusionary
______6. This type of communicative strategy constraints a reaction with a certain set of categories.
A. Nomination B. Topic control C. Restriction D. Termination
______7. It is a type of communicative strategy wherein participants of the conversation keep the interaction
going by asking questions .
A. Nomination B. Topic control C. Restriction D. Termination
______8. It is introducing a new topic followed by the continuation of that response.
A. Repair B. Termination C. Topic shifting D. Topic control
______9. It is overcoming communication breakdown to send more understandable messages.
A. Repair B. Termination C. Topic shifting D. Topic control
______10. It is the usage of verbal and non-verbal signals to end the communication process.
A. Repair B. Termination C. Topic shifting D. Topic control
______11. There are ________ parts of voicing/resonation.
A. 4 B. 2 C. 3 D. 6
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______12. All of the following are pair of sounds that are commonly mistaken with each other EXCEPT
_____.
A. P and V B. P and F C. B and V D. T and Th
______13. It is the natural production of sound from the mouth.
A. Resonation B. Articulation C. Pronunciation D. Isolation
______14. These are a series of words or phrases that is difficult to pronounce or articulate.
A. Tongue tweezers B. Tongue twisters C. Limericks D. Poems
______15. Which pair of words do not belong to the group?
A. Pair-Fair B. Box-Vox C. Past-Vast D. Ten-Then

III. Recite the World’s Most difficult tongue twister (Guiness Book of World Records 2015)

The sixth sick sheik's sixth sheep's


sick

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