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Maryknoll School of Lupon, Inc.

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Second Quarterly Examination
English Eight

Name : Date:
Teacher: _______________________________________________ Section: ______________________

GENERAL DIRECTIONS: Follow instructions carefully and STRICTLY NO ERASURES. Any erasure will be
considered wrong. You are NOT ALLOWED to use pencil or any erasable pen.
TEST I- Multiple Choice. Write your answer on the space provided. Avoid erasures!
_______1. It is one of the oldest and smoothest ballroom dance styles.
a. Viennese Waltz c. Cha-cha
b. Waltz d. Rumba
_______2. It is an intimate, sensual dance that expresses elements of romance between the dancers shown by their
synchronized movements.
a. Quickstep c. Tango
b. Foxtrot d. Samba
_______3. It is another form of swing dance characterized by lively movements.
a. Jive c. Paso doble
b. Mambo d. Lindy hop
_______4. This syatem is the fastest way of acquiring energy.
a. Adenosine triphosphate c. Aerobic Glycolysis
b. Anaerobic Glycolysis d. Phosphate System
_______5. Refers to “the rate at which the activity is being performed or the magnitude of effort an activity or
exercises.
a. Intensity c. Momentum
b. Frequency d. Velocity
_______6. It refers to the area where the dancer performs.
a. Body c. Space
b. Action d. Time
_______7. A type of social dance that is performed by couples who follow synchronized and prescribes steps.
a. Modern dance c. Contemporary dance
b. Ballroom dance d. Folk dance
_______8. A dance style that shows basic walking and side steps with a combination of slow and quick steps in
one and two music beats, respectively.
a. Quickstep c. Foxtrot
b. Cha-cha d. Jive
_______9. This style was created by Don Campbell and was first introduced by his crew, in Los Angeles California.
a. Locking c. Popping
b. Breaking d. Boogaloo
_______10. The most important aspect of both cheer dance and cheerleading.
a. Tumbling c. Stunts
b. Jumps d. Motions
TEST II-DIRECTIONS: Modified True or False. Write T on the blank if the statement is true. If the statement is
false, write F on the blank and replace the underline word that will make the statement correct. (2 points each)
______________________1. Ballroom dancing can be classified as social ballroom, where the dancers perform for each
other; competition ballroom, where the dancers perform to impress judges; and exhibition ballroom, where the dancers
perform to entertain and audience.
______________________2. Traditional dances, or commonly known as social dances, are dance practices that have
been passed on or handed down from one generation to another.
______________________3. Hiphop dance is a formal form of dance which came not from the United States but from
Russia and France.
______________________4. Occupational dances, which often involve communicating with the gods, include dance
rituals on death, after-life, recovery from illness, and verenation of gods through the babaylan or catalonan.
______________________5. It was in 1930 when modern dance further developed with the second wave of modern
dancers, including Americans Doris Humphrey, Charles Weidman, and Martha Graham.
______________________6. Paso doble is a dance modelled after theSpanish bullfight.
______________________7. The term barok-barok literally means “rain” while maradjaw karadjaw means “very good”.
______________________8. The NCCA cheerleading competition is also an annual one-day event in cheerleading teams
of the ten member-colleges.
______________________9. Ethnic dances originated from the Philippines cultural minority groups.
______________________10. Ati-atihan is a religious and cultural festival held yearly in Ilo-ilo City.
TEST III-DIRECTIONS: Match column A to column B providing the correct answer or word asked in each
statement. Write only the letter of the correct answer on the space provided before the number.
Column A Column B
______1. Quick change of weight from one foot to the other displacing the a. Bilao
supporting foot.
b. Walk
______2. Partners bow to each other to opposite dancers or to the audience. c. Abrasete
______3. Two people walk toward each other, pass by the right shoulder step
sideward to the right and return to position walking backward, passing left d. Cut
shoulder. e. Brush
______4. To pull one foot along the floor close to the other this has the weight of f. Patay
the body. The weight may or may not be transferred. g. Slide
______5. Spring on one foot, landing on the same foot. h. Dosido (dos-a-dos)
______6. Weight on one foot, hit the floor with the ball or heel of the other foot
i. Sarok
(the free foot) after which that foot is lifted from the floor to any direction.
j. Hayon-hayon
______7. Touch the floor lightly with the toes of one foot, weight of the body on
the other foot. k. Point
______8. To turn the palms up and down alternately, hands at waist level in front, l. Draw
elbows close to waist. m. Whirl
______9. Partners turn one around clockwise (with R elbows almost touching) or n. Hop
(with L elbows almost touching) using walking or any kind of dance step. The
hands near each other are on waists. o. Kumintang
p. Saludo
______10. The girl, positioned at the right side of the body, holds the right (R)
arm of her partner with her left (L) hand. Their free hands are down at their sides. q. Jaleo
______11. To flourish or offer a handkerchief, hat, or glass of wine to somebody r. Panadyak
as a sign of invitation.
s. Salok
______12. To place one forearm in front and the other at the back of the waist.
t. Hapay
______13. Moving the hand from the wrist either in a clockwise or counterclock-
wise direction. u. Gallop

______14. To swing the arm downward-upward passing in front of the body as if v. Leap
scooping, the trunk is bent forward following the movement of the arm.
______15. To bend the head downward and to support the forehead with R (L)
forearm or with the crook of the R (L) elbow while the L (R) hand supports
lightly the palm of the R(L) hand. This is usually done with the R (L) foot
pointing in rear and knees slightly bent.

_____16. To stamp in front or at the side with R (L) foot and tap with same foot
close to the L (R), weight of the body on L (R) foot.
_____17. Cross the R (L) foot in front of the L (R), bend the body slightly
forward and cross the hands (forearms) down in front with the R(L) hand
(forearm) over the L (R).

_____18. To make fast turns by executing small steps in place to right or left.
_____19. Series of steps done in any direction.
_____20. Moving the foot without lifting off the floor.