LET: General Education Part 7

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General Education Part 7

1. Ano ang tinutukoy ng bugtong na ito? “Dalawang bolang sinulid, umaabot hanggang langit.”

a. bisig

b. paa

c. mata

d. pisngi

Answer: c

2. The sum total of traditionally-derived and orally-transmitted literature, material culture and custom within predominantly literate and technologically advanced societies is referred to as:

a. folk literature

b. folk tale

c. folklore

d. folk song

Answer: c

3. The conclusion of final part of non-dramatic literary work that serves typically to complete the design of the work.

a. prologue

b. epilogue

c. theme

d. finale

Answer: b

4. A distinctive type of literary composition such as epic, tragedy, comedy and novel.

a. form

b. genre

c. literature

d. prose

Answer: b

5. Ang kauna-unahang nagsalin sa Tagalog ng “Mi Ultimo Adios” ni Jose Rizal.

a. Jose Corazon De Jesus

b. Andres Bonifacio

c. Jose Garcia Villa

d. Apolinario Mabini

Answer: b

6. It is the longest epic ever written.

a. Mahabharata

b. Lam-Ang

c. Siegfried

d. Lament

Answer: a

7. The pseudonym of Samuel Clemens

a. The Barettes

b. Mark Twain

c. Ulysses

d. Abe Lincoln

Answer: b

8. The oldest form of Egyptian writing

a. alphabet

b. cursive

c. hieroglypocs

d. stone carving

Answer: c

9. Father of the English Essay

a. Alexander Dumas

b. William James

c. Edgar Allan Poe

d. Francis Bacon

Answer: d

10. Greatest American writer of horror and detective stories

a. Albert Camus

b. Edgar Allan Poe

c. Justin O’Brien

d. James Joyce

Answer: b

11. An allegory:

a. a poem of sadness

b. a verse of 3 stanzas

c. a short story

d. a narrative whose meaning is beneath the surface

Answer: d

12. An elegy:

a. a meditative poem of grief

b. love song

c. a debate

d, note of love

Answer: a

13. A verse with 14 iambic pentameter lines

a. ballad

b. verse

c. sonnet

d. epic

Answer: c

14. A long poem which depicts the adventure of great hero who reveals his country’s aspirations.

a. epic

b. legend

c. novel

d. short story

Answer: a

15. A speech made by a person who reveals his thoughts.

a. sonnet

b. metaphor

c. soliloquy

d. simile

Answer: c

16. Figure of speech where two different things are compared thru the use of “as” and “like”.

a. simile

b. allegory

c. facsimile

d. epic

Answer: a

17. Isang tulang pasalaysay tungkol sa pamumuhay at kabayanihan ng isang tauhang may kapangyarihan at kababalaghan.

a. Alamat

b. Epiko

c. Kasaysayan

d. Parabula

Answer: b

18. These stories which reflect the people’s beliefs are handed down from generation to generation by word of mouth.

a. novel

b. folktales

c. prose

d. poetry

Answer: b

19. A type of literature which narrates heroic deeds and supernatural  happenings with local color and which people sing or chant.

a. epic

b. poetry

c. verse

d. riddles

Answer: a

20. He wrote the famous letter “To The Women of Malolos.”

a. Gregorio del pilar

b. Andres Bonifacio

c. Jose Rizal

d. Emilio Jacinto

Answer: c

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