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1st Trime Review

Language 7

Identify the way each italicized noun is used. Use S = subject, SC= subject complement, App= appositive, DO= direct ____ At least 50 times a year the Empire State Building is struck by lightning. ____ Hippocrates, the Father of Medicine, applied logic to medicine. ____ A major improvement in health care was the development of vaccines. ____ Triskaidekaphobia is the fear of the number 13. ____ One major tourist attraction is the Great Wall of China. ____ Robin Crusoe, a marooned sailor, was on an island 28 years. Ring the letter of the correct answer. Which of the following statements does not tell about pronouns? A. Pronouns replace the names of person, place, thing, event, or idea. B. Nouns replaced by pronouns are antecedents. C. Nouns can be replaced by pronouns alone. D. Pronouns can be interchanged with verbs. Which of the following words in the sentences is the antecedent of the pronoun? The 10K run passes through the pasture and parkland. It takes runners many points of interest like nature tripping. a. 10 K run b. pasture c. parkland d. runners

Which of the following pronouns always replace nouns representing people? A. I, She, It B. They, We, Were C. You, He , She D. Was, Were, We The following are example of personal pronouns except: B. We, He, She, They C. Me, His, her, Them a. This, These, That, Those D. Theirs, Ours, Hers

The sentence is using _______ pronoun. The man who seeks personal glory will find nothing in life. A. Relative & interrogative B. Relative & indefinite C. Reflexive & indefintite D. Relative & demonstrative When a pronoun functions as the subject of a sentence, it is a ____. A. subject pronoun B. object pronoun C. possessive pronoun D. demonstrative pronoun Choose the sentence that uses the subject pronoun correctly. A. Her and Miss Imee attend to the needs of the Grade 2 participants. B. She and Miss Imee attend to the needs of the Grade 2 participants. C. Them and Miss Imee attend to the needs of the Grade 2 participants. D. None of the above.

Which of the following is correct? A. Please give it to John or myself. C. My brother and myself did the project. Complete the following sentences with correct pronoun.

B. I give myself a gift. D. Its a cold and windy morning.

The Grade 7 pupils _________________ planned a fund-raising project for the less fortunate kids of San Juan. (himself themselves themself itself) Nick & Luigi are the most popular players in the team. _________________ admires ________. (anybody-them everybody-them nobody-them somebody- him) God blesses ________ with so many talents so _________ must share _______ with others. ( us-we-it them you him us we them hers he it) Paolo, a backpack was left here yesterday. I guess _____ must be ________ , said Diego. (it you that he it yours its yours ) The principal _________________ delivered the welcome speech before a large audience. (himselves himself itself themselves) Underline each adjective once and the word it modifies twice. Do not underline the articles. 1. Everyone enjoys a relaxing day at the beach. 2. Listening to the regular sound of waves hitting the beach can soothe jangled nerves. 3. I can see about ten umbrellas from where I am standing. 4. Those umbrellas protect sensitive skin from harmful sunlight. 5. I usually sunbathe in a place with fewer people, away from the crowd. 6. There I share the beach with a more seagulls than people. 7. I have gone there for several years. 8. The hot sand burned my feet. 9. When I go to that beach, I take cold drinks and salty snacks. 10. If I am lucky, I can read an interesting book for a few hours.Read each question carefully. Fill in the blanks with one or more adjectives to improve the descriptions of people who are enjoying a day at the beach. (Change the article preceding your adjectives from a to an if you use an adjective that begins with a vowel.) The beach is filled with people looking for fun. (1) A _________________ boy with a plastic bucket is digging in the sand. (2) His sister, dressed in a _________________ swimsuit is building a sand castle next to him. (3) Back on the beach blanket, their mother, a young woman with _________________ hair keeps close watch on them. (4) She calls to them in a _________________ voice and points to a _________________ bird near them. (5) An older couple dressed in _________________ shorts enjoy a ______________ walk along the beach. (6) Farther up the beach, a ______________ group of young

people are playing volleyball, shouting to each other in _________________ voices. (7) One of the players seems especially _________________, laughing and encouraging the other players. (8) All in all, it is a _________________ day at the beach

Encircle the letter of the correct answer.


Manila (Philippine Daily Inquirer/ANN) 1Philippine senator Miriam Defensor-Santiago, a long-time academic in the field of law, doesn't buy Senate Majority Leader Vicente Sotto III's defense that speaking in Filipino gets him off the hook from charges he plagiarized English passages from a speech by the late US Sen. Robert F. Kennedy. 2"I don't accept that because as I've said in the academe, whether you translate or not, whether you interpret or not, it makes no difference. 3You have to attribute," Santiago said in a news conference following a speaking engagement on Saturday. 4"In this event, the Sotto event, he can be allowed a certain freedom, although I wish that he would adopt the general attitude that it's always best to attribute whether it's specific or general," she said. 5Sotto once again received criticism last week for plagiarism after his turno en contra against the reproductive health (RH) bill contained a Filipino translation of passages from a speech the late Kennedy delivered in 1966. 6The alleged plagiarism was posted on Twitter shortly after Sotto's speech. 8On the RH bill-the subject of Sotto's supposedly plagiarized speeches, Santiago challenged her colleagues to just put the measure to a vote. 9"Stop all dilatory tactics. Stop the filibuster," Santiago said. 10"Let us come to a vote. 11I challenge my colleagues in the Senate and even in the House: Let us come to a formal vote on the RH bill itself," said Santiago, one of the authors of the RH bill.

Find the following: in sentence 1: direct object pronoun: ________ What is the antecedent of the pronouns?

subject pronoun: ________.

_______________________________________

In sentence 2 & 3: 1st person, singular subject pronoun: ________ antecedent: ____________________ 2nd person :___________________ underline: (subject pr object pr)

In sentence 4: identify the subject pronouns and their antecedent, number, person ________ = ______________________________ ________= ______________________________ _____________ _____________ _______________ _______________ ring: DO IO OP

In sentence 10 & 11: 1st person, plural, object pronoun: _________

3rd person, sing, intensive pronoun: ____________


Encircle the letter of the best answer. A/an ____ is a verb that expresses either physical or mental activity. A. verb B. Linking verb C. Main verb D. Action verb Select the sentence in which the subject and the verb agree in the number. A. They is going to take an English test today. C. They be going to take an English test today. B. They am going to take an English test today. D. They are going to take an English test today. If you have a singular subject, then the verb must also be singular. A. True B. False

Select the sentence in which the subject and the verb agree in the number. A. Does macaroni and cheese sound good for dinner? B. Do macaroni and cheese sound good for dinner?

Select the sentence in which the subject and the verb agree in the number. A. The students or the teacher are going to the fair. B. The students or the teacher is going to the fair. Select the sentence in which the subject and the verb agree in the number. A. Either baking soda or soap are salt. C. Either baking soda or soap is salt. B. Either baking soda and soap is salt. D. Either baking soda and salt are salt. Select the sentence in which the subject and the verb agree in the number. A. Tides on the earth rises according to the moons gravitational pull. B. Tides on the earth rise according to the moons gravitational pull. Select the sentence in which the subject and the verb agree in the number. A. The moon in the night sky are a beautiful sight. C. The moon in the night sky is a beautiful sight. B. The moon in the night skies are a beautiful sight. D. The moon in the night skies be a beautiful sight.

Underline each verb or verb phrase. If the verb phrase includes a participle, write the participle on the line provided, and indicate whether it is a present or past participle.
1. Scientists have predicted an end to the worlds rain forests. _________________ _____________ 2. The leaves are changing very slowly this year. ____________________ _______________ 3. That city was the birthplace of the sundae. _______________________ ______________ 4. Leslies monster costume had frightened some of the little children. _________________ _________ 5. Some time before her solo flight, Earhart had traveled across the Atlantic on another

record-setting journey. ___________________________ __________________________ 6. Who is bringing the paper plates? ______________________ ______________________ 7. Camille has danced to classical, jazz, and folk music. _______________ ______________ 8. We are using percussion instruments in our presentation. __________________ ______________ 9. Tree frogs cling to the bark of trees._________________________ __________________ 10. Are you walking home after school today?____________________ __________________

Underline the correct form of the helping verb in parentheses.


1. For the last four years, Jeff (has, is) played in a softball league. 2. Hundreds of bats (have, are) living in this cave. 3. Juan and Terry (had, were) helping at the shelter. 4. Before the storm, Nancy (had, was) created a sidewalk chalk painting. 5. At the moment, I (have, am) searching for my glasses.

Write whether the underlined word in each sentence is used as a main verb, adjective,or gerund.
1. Steve was cooking oatmeal for breakfast._______________________________________ 2. Juggling requires concentration. _____________________________________________ 3. The standing spectators saw the runners first.___________________________________ 4. The hardest part is the waiting. ______________________________________________ 5. Gloria is calling her mother for a ride._________________________________________ 6. Tim tripped over the sleeping puppy. _________________________________________ 7. Shipping is common on the Great Lakes. ______________________________________ 8. The robot was bumping into obstacles in the lab. ________________________________

Underline each gerund or gerund phrase.Write whether it is used as a subject or direct object. 1. Walking can be good exercise. _______________________________________________ 2. He enjoyed cooking more than any other hobby. ________________________________ 3. Sandra enjoys baby-sitting. _________________________________________________ 4. Littering can harm the environment.__________________________________________ 5. Both candidates support taxing the rich. _______________________________________ 6. Sorting the clean clothes takes only ten minutes or so. ____________________________ 7. Breeding fish in tubs may be a solution. _______________________________________ 8. My lazy brother postponed starting his chores. __________________________________ In each sentence, find a phrase beginning with to. If to is a preposition, write the prepositional phrase and label it prepositional phrase. If to is part of an infinitive or infinitive phrase, write the infinitive or infinitive phrase and label it infinitive or infinitive phrase.
1. Do you want to wait in the mall? _____________________________________________ 2. None of the food shipments sent to the cities arrived. ____________________________ 3. To replace the spark plugs is not a difficult job.__________________________________ 4. My grandfather taught me to swim.___________________________________________ 5. Get your tickets to the next thrilling performance of the circus!_____________________ 6. Without a compass, to find our way home will be difficult. ________________________

Underline each infinitive or infinitive phrase.Write whether it functions as a subject or direct object.
1. Abraham plans to enter the triathlon. _________________________________________ 2. To stay awake during Martys speech was impossible. _____________________________ 3. Has the band started to play? ________________________________________________ 4. To find the lost child became everyones goal. ___________________________________ 5. Sometime in the future, to visit Mars will be an everyday occurrence. ________________ 6. Several of the workers wanted to organize a union. ______________________________

Identify the underlined word as either an adjective or an adverb.

____ ____ ____ ____

Maria spoke slowly into the camera. She completely convinced us that she knew what she was doing. I really enjoyed her colorful descriptions of the wildlife. The director gave a stern look and walked away.

Underline the adjective phrase or phrases and write the noun or pronoun it describes. ________________ The appearance of some flowers is truly weird. ________________Yet, some gardeners have a aste for the exotic. ________________ The plants in their gardens might include unusual flowers. Underline the adverb phrase or phrases and write the verb it describes.

In 1862, Forten went to South Carolina.

She was acting on her deepest beliefs.

She helped other African Americans by means of her teaching skills. Write whether each sentence is declarative, interrogative, imperative , or exclamatory. Put the right punction at the end of the sentence ___________ Form most of the 19th century, each community in the country determined its own time_ ___________ The confusion is unbelievable_ ___________Why did the situation change_ ___________ Guess the answer_

Choose the past simple or the present perfect: 1. Last night I __________________ (lose) my keys I had to call my flatmate to let me in. 2. I __________________ (lose) my keys can you help me look for them? 3. I __________________ (visit) Paris three times. 4. Last year I __________________ (visit) Paris. 5. I __________________ (know) my great grandmother for a few years - she died when I was eight.

Make the present perfect continuous


She ______________ (work) here for five years. I ______________ (study) all day. You ______________ (eat) a lot recently. We ______________ (live) in Manila for six months. He ______________ (play) football, so hes tired. They ______________ (learn) English for two years. She ______________ (go) to the cinema every weekend for years. It ______________ (rain). The pavement is wet.

Make the adjectives work as adverbs. 1. Melissa is a careful driver. _________________________________________________________________ 2. 3. 4. The teacher speaks in a clear voice. __________________________________________________________ Andrew is a fast runner. ___________________________________________________________________ My cousins dog is a ferocious growler. _______________________________________________________

5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Veronicas aunt is a loud laugher. ____________________________________________________________ Wendy is a generous giver. ________________________________________________________________ Mark and Eric are responsible workers. _______________________________________________________ The huge black bear is an angry hunter. _____________________________________________________ The waitress is a patient server. ____________________________________________________________ Mrs. Johnson is an effective teacher. _______________________________________________________

Comparative adverbs are used to compare two verbs or adjectives. Superlative adverbs are used to show that a verb or adjective stands out from among others in either a good or bad way.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Our father arrived home My sister, Elona, sang Your husband, Ken, writes The bus driver drives Mrs. Henderson speaks Mother prepares turkey Alexander and Peter work My grandmother arrived He checked his answers

later

than the rest of the family. (late) than Amanda did. (beautifully) of all. (well) of all. (fast) than Mrs. Alarcon. (clearly) than Father does. (well) of all. (hard) of all the relatives. (early) than she did. (carefully) of all the students. (fluently) than Jennifer. (frequently) of all. (quietly) than the last one. (hard) than lunch. (early)

10. Angelica speaks Spanish 11. Percivall coughs 12. The librarian whispered 13. This math test was 14. Breakfast is served