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FIRST SUMMATIVE TEST IN ENGLISH

(FIRST GRADING )
S.Y. 2019 -2020

TABLE OF SPECIFICATION
School: San Vicente Elem. Grade Level: Six
Teacher: ROSELYN G. DELA CRUZ Learning Area: ENGLISH
Test Type: FIRSTSUMMATIVE TEST Quarter: 1st Quarter
Total No. of Items: 25 Total Teaching Time for Quarter: 10 days

Time Spent Percent of Level of Assessment Items


Domains of Learning No. of Items
(dayslhrslmins) Class Time K p u Placement
Identify the figures of speech used in each 4 40 10 √ √ √ 1-10
sentence.

Identify the plural form of the regular and 2 20 5 √ √ 11-15


irregular nouns.

Idioms Expression using the context Clues 2 20 5 √ √ 16 - 20

Idiomatic Expression using the affixes 2 20 5 √ √ 21 - 25

TOTAL 10 100% 25

KEY TO CORRECTION

1. ONOMATOPOEIA 20. raining very hard


2. ONOMATOPOEIA 21. A
3. ALLITERATION 22. C
4. ALLITERATION 23. B
5. ASSONANCE 24. C
6. CONSONANCE 25. A
7. ASSONANCE
8. IRONY
9. PERSONIFICATION
10. HYPERBOLE
11. Geese
12. Teeth
13. Men
14. Loaves
15. Ladies
16. Got angry
17. Got married
18. Pay for
19. glided along high in the air
FIRST SUMMATIVE TEST IN ENGLISH
(FIRST GRADING )
S.Y. 2019 -2020

A. Identify the figures of speech used in each sentence. SIMILE, METAPHOR, PERSONIFICATION,
HYPERBOLE, IRONY, ALLITERATION, ONOMATOPOEIA, ASSONANCE AND CONSONANCE.

___________________ 1. The bang of a gun .

___________________2. The buzz of a bee .

___________________3.T he frog frolicked frivolously on the forest floor.

___________________4. Little skinny shoulder blades sticking through your clothes.

___________________5. Hear the mellow wedding bell.

___________________6. In my dream, I was somewhere and I saw the cutler, antler, battler.

__________ ________7. The house of my friend is hard to reach but when I arrived, I enjoy the nearby beach.

__________________ 8. The homeless survived in their cardboard palaces.

__________________ 9. The leaves danced in the wind on the cold October afternoon.

__________________10. I’m starving! I can devour hundred tons of sandwiches and French fries any time.

B. Read each sentence. Figure out the plural form of the noun in parenthesis and write it on the line.
11. Carrie saw a flock of ________________ across the field. ( goose )
12. The baseball knocked out several of her _______________. ( tooth )
13. Two ______________ helped move the television. ( man )
14. Mother buy five______________ of breads at the bakery. ( loaf )
15. The five_____________ wore elegant gown. ( lady )

C. Circle the word or phrase that best defines the bold words.
16. Carol lost her cool when the party was called off.
got angry had a fever went home

17. The whole family was there when Bill and Lynn tied the knot last weekend.
were caught in a trap bought a house got married

18. I will have to foot the bill for the damage you caused.
Kick pay for seek payment.

19. The kite soared like an eagle.


flapped and fluttered glided along high in the air crashed to the ground

20. It was raining cats and dogs.


Showering raining very hard not heavy at all
D. Infer the meaning of idiomatic expressions using affix and choose the correct meaning with the
given choices.
1. She is wearing unrefined dress. The girls is common as an old shoe
a. low class; ill- mannered; uncouth
b. affection that is given purely
c. someone not to be too curious about something

2. Rino always disrespects his brother. I told him not to curl his lip at him.
a. to avoid losing anymore money
b. to bring about one’s own ruin and downface
c. upward movement of the side of the month to show dislike

3. Jane become famous because of managing to win the race despite suffering from
Illness. She turned out be a dark horse.
a. absolutely serious and is not joking
b. refers to a usually little- known person
c. down to failure or death

4. He was unconscious right through the night and was still dead to the world when I went out.
a. someone that is doomed to failure or death
b. someone in danger of severe punishment
c. Someone who is sound asleep

5. He is always careless in treating his wife. He has rather damn may care attitude to her illness.
a. reckless
b. undying love
c. affection