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AYUNGON SCIENCE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL

Tampocon II, Ayungon Negros Oriental

SUMMATIVE Test
In
ORAL COMMUNICATION IN CONTEXT
Prepared by: Mrs. Shiela P. Repe

Name: _______________________________________ Date: ______________________________


Year & Section: ________________________________ Score: ______________________________

Choose the letter of the correct answer.

1. Intrapersonal communication is best defined as:


a. The relationship level of communication.
b. Interactions with a limited number of persons.
c. Communication designed to inform or persuade audience members.
d. Communication with the self.
2. Bill and Maria are trying to decide which color to paint their living room. As part of their decision, they discuss the merits of
their choices and how well they will match the furniture and the style of the house. In which form of
communication are they most likely engaging?
a. Interpersonal communication c. small group communication
b. Intrapersonal communication d. public communication
3. Sammy and Jo are considering moving in together. Sammy is unsure, so she sits down to make a list of the pros and cons of
cohabitating with Jo. This is an example of which form of communication?
a. Interpersonal communication c. small group communication
b. Intrapersonal communication d. public communication
4. Edward is trying to generate a topic for a persuasive speech. As he draws on his experience, he is engaging in what type of
communication?
A. intrapersonal B. interpersonal C. public D. mass
5. Luis wants to book a railway ticket, so he goes to the booking counter and speak to the person sitting there. This is an
example of which form of communication?
a. interpersonal communication c. mass communication
b. intrapersonal communication d. public communication
6. A kindergarten teacher gave her class a “show and tell” assignment of bringing something to represent their religion. This is
an example of which form of communication?
a. interpersonal communication c. small group communication
b. intrapersonal communication d. public communication
7. A student journalist articulated his stand on current issues through the school’s newspaper. This is an example of which
form of communication?
a. mass communication c. interpersonal communication
b. intrapersonal communication d. public communication
8. A dyad communication occurs…
a. One speaker b. Two people c. A small group d. A speaker and an audience
9. Which of the following is NOT a speech context?
a. Intrapersonal communication c. Long distance communication
b. Dyad communication d. Mass communication
10. In which speech style are jargon, lingo, and street slang usually used?
a. intimate b. formal c. casual d. consultative

11. Which speech style is used when the President of the Republic of the Philippines delivered his 3 rd State of the Nation
Adress?
a. intimate b. formal c. casual d. formal

12. Which speech style is appropriate when leading a prayer before meal?
a. formal b. casual c. intimate d. frozen

13. An indirect speech act occurs when…


a. there is no direct connection between the form of the utterance and the intended meaning.
b. there is a direct connection between the form of the utterance and the intended meaning.
c. there is no direct connection between the intention and the intended meaning.
d. there is a direct connection between the intention and the intended meaning.

14. This refers to the ability of a speaker to use linguistic knowledge to effectively communicate with others.
a. Interpersonal communication c. Social interaction
b. Communicative competence d. Communicative strategy

15. Restriction in communication refers to any _____________ you may have as a speaker.
a. limitation b. ideas c. noises d. internal conflict
16. Which of the following is an example of a frozen speech style?
a. Panatang Makabayan b. The President’s SONA c. A commencement speech d. Opening remarks
17. Who proposed the classification of illocutionary acts?
a. John Austin b. John Searle c. John Cena d. Martin Joos
18. What type of act refers to the actual act of uttering?
a. locutionary b. illocutionary c. perlocutionary d. none of these
19. What type of act refers to the social function of what is said?
a. locutionary b. illocutionary c. perlocutionary d. none of these
20. What type of act refers to resulting act to what is said?
a. locutionary b. illocutionary c. perlocutionary d. none of these

II. Using Searle's classification for types of illocutions assign the italicized verbs of the following sentences to one of the five
categories (A - E).

A. Assertive
B. Directive
C. Commissive
D. Expressive
E. Declaration

1. ___ I hereby testify that I sold that property on July 3, l989.


2. ___ I praise you for receiving the Pulitzer Prize.
3. ___ I pass. (Said while playing bridge)
4. ___ If you need a ride, I offer to drive you to the airport.
5. ___ I request that you be here tomorrow one-half hour earlier.
6. ___ I permit you to camp out on my front lawn.
7. ___ I recommend that you eat less foods with cholesterol.
8. ___ I pledge to donate $500 to your favorite charity.
9. ___ I maintain that Mickey Mouse is a national hero.
10. ___ I bless the two of you. (Said by a priest during the marriage ceremony)
11. ___ I abbreviate the Committee for Untested Trials and Experiments as CUTE.
12. ___ I beg you not to go out during this hurricane.
13. ___ I curse the day you were born.
14. ___ I name this dog Butchie.
15. ___ I compliment you on your excellent choice of wine.
16. ___ I predict that there will be a stock market crash later this year.
17. ___ I acknowledge that I promised to take you to Las Vegas.
18. ___ I implore you to leave that no-good husband of yours.
19. ___ I require my students to do homework assignments.
20. ___ I honor you for winning a gold metal in the Olympics.