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ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL PURPOSES

First Quarter Examination

Name: ____________________________________________ Year &


Section: _________
Teacher: __________________________________________ Score:
_________________

TEST I MULTIPLE CHOICE


Read and understand the questions carefully. Choose the correct answer. Write the letter
of your choice on the space provided before the number. Erasures are not allowed.

_____1. Which of the following best describes academic text?


a. It is a kind of text that is commonly characterized with being formal, studied,
researched, objective, exact, and direct and has the ability to influence its readers.
b. It is reviewed by author’s peers before publication.
c. It is typically formal.
d. It includes information from credible sources.
_____2. A short record of ideas written quickly.
a. quotes b. notes c. essay d.
thesis
_____3. Re- writing another writer’s words or ideas in your own words without altering the
meaning.
a. summarizing b. paraphrasing c. thesis
d. essay
_____4. Putting down the main ideas of someone else’s work in your own words.
a. summarizing b. paraphrasing c. thesis
d. essay
_____5. Always shorter than original.
a. summarizing b. summary c. paraphrase d.
paraphrasing
_____6. Restating the material in your own words.
a. summarizing b. rewording c. paraphrase d.
paraphrasing
_____7. About the same length as original; sometimes can even be longer.
a. summarizing b. summary c. paraphrase d.
paraphrasing
_____8. These are papers presented in scholastic conferences, and may be revised as articles
for possible publication in scholarly journals.
a. Articles b. Conference Papers c. Reviews d. Dissertations
_____9. It is a stage in SQ3R Method of Reading that evaluates what you learned to ensure that
you are convinced and satisfied with the information presented in the text.
a. Review b. Recite c. Question d. Survey
_____10. The structures of academic text are____?
a. Introduction b. Introduction & Body c. Conclusion d.
Introduction, Body & Conclusion
_____11. The forms of Citing Sources that requires the writer to cite the details of the reference
used in a certain part of his/ her essay.
a. In- text citation b. Reference Citation c. APA Citation d. MLA Citation
_____12. The exact written or spoken words copied, word for word, by you.
a. Direct Quote b. Rewording c. Paraphrasing d. Summary
_____13. This refers to the complete bibliographic entries of all references used by the writer.
a. In- text citation b. Reference Citation c. APA Citation d. MLA Citation
_____14. It is a serious offense in which someone takes and uses the ideas, information,
concepts, arguments, or information of someone else, intentionally or unintentionally, without
proper citations.
a. Plagiarism b. Terrorism c. Estafa d. Violence
_____15. It means that you are able to exhaustively use related and existing ideas, information,
concepts or arguments of an expert and to properly attribute these to the original source.
a. Scholarly Writing b. Academic Writing c. Thesis d. Action Research
TEST II MODIFIED TRUE OR FALSE
Write T if the statement is True and F for False statement. For the False statement,
supply the correct answer on the space provided. Erasures are not allowed.

_____16. The method of identifying a given term to make it clearer is Explication.


__________
_____17. Informal definition is done through parenthetical or brief explanation. __________
_____18. There are three uses of a Concept Paper. __________
_____19. A concept paper is a summary document. __________
_____20. Incorporating a term to be defined is genus. __________
_____21. Extended Definition is a detailed way of defining a term and is usually composed of at
least one paragraph. __________
_____22. The quality that makes the term different from other terms is species. __________
_____23. The general category of other term is genus. __________
_____24. Explication is a method of explanation in which sentences, verses, quotes, or
passages are taken from a literary or academic work and then interpreted and explained in a
detailed way. __________
_____25. Extended Definition explains a term by incorporating the term to be defined.
__________

TEST III MATCHING TYPE

Match the words on the left with their correct description on the right. Put the letter of
your choice on the space provided. Erasures are not allowed.

26. Definition __________ a. It is done through a parenthetical or brief explanation.


27. Explication __________ b. The points are organized from general abstract idea to
specific and concrete examples.
28. Clarification __________ c. It is identifying the given term and making its meaning
clearer.
29. Informal Definition __________ d. A method of explanation in which sentences,
verses, quotes or passages are taken from a literary or
academic work and interpreted and explained in a detailed
way.
30. Extended Definition __________ e. It explains the term by incorporating the term to
be defined.
f. It is a detailed way of defining a term.

TEST IV ESSAY (5 points)

Read the following text and locate the thesis statement by underlining it. Then, rewrite
the thesis statement in your own words on the space below.

5 pts. Exemplary 4 pts. Quality 3 pts. Adequate 2 pts. Needs


Improvement
Answers are Answers are accurate Answers are not Answers are
comprehensive, accurate and complete. Key comprehensive or partial or
and complete. Key ideas points are addressed, completely stated. Key incomplete. Key
are clearly stated, but not well-supported. points are addressed, points are not
explained and well- but not well-supported. clear. Question
supported. not adequately
answered.

Filipinos are moviegoers. Perhaps because of the comic relief that comedy films promise, or the
fairytale ending, we all want to have that the rom-coms provide, we indulge in the
cinematography of moving pictures. In the 1984 Guinness Book of World Records, the
Philippines was listed as the nation with the world’s most avid film- going public, averaging 19
trips to the cinema per year, per person (Yeatter, 2007). In a more recent statistic, the country
has also been known to have the highest level of theatre admission in South- East Asia, with 63
million moviegoers in 2004 (Phil. Indie films”, n.d.). more often than not, movie theatres all
over the Metro are filled with people who want to break out from their usual working routine to
catch a two- hour movie with friends. Oddly enough, however, we as constant consumers of
these motion pictures tend to patronize those that are made particularly international.
Source: Tagudina, M. (n.d.). Curiouser and curiouser: The making of a better Philippine
Cinema.