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A. Most Important Elements in Persuasive Writing
Directions: Copy the letter of the word/phrase that is best described by each number.
A. central claim



B. evidences

c. conclusion

d. technique

1. Restates the argument and expresses a call to action.

2. The statement that asserts what the writer/speaker wants the reader/listener to believe.
Contains the reasons, examples, statistics, opinions used to support a point of view or stand.
B. Special Terms
Directions: Match each term in column B with the most appropriate description in column A.
catchy hook
A. traditional story that is rooted in particular
culture, is basically religious and serves to explain
a belief, a mysterious natural phenomenon or a ritual
persuasive essay
B. the statement experiencing the proposition argument
thesis statement
or view
C. words that strongly appeal to emotion
D. erroneous appeal to emotion used as persuasive
E. tries to convince readers to do something or
accept the writers point of view.
C. Grammar: Modals
Directions: Choose from the pool of answers the writers/speakers intention as hinted by each
underlined expression.
A. ability

B. probability

C. obligation/advice

D. permission

9. Ditas can play the guitar and piano.

10. Students must pay attention to the teacher.
11. She could be at home today.
12. May I use your bike, please?
13. You should talk to her about the issue.
14. Ordinary trials can be turned into extraordinary moments.
15. We must find courage even in small things that we do.
16. You may use the car tonight if you want.
17. Jack must write a report tomorrow.
Intensive and Reflexive Pronouns
Directions: Determine whether each underlined word is used as an intensive or reflexive
pronoun. Write IN if it is intensive and RE if it is reflexive.
18. When we ourselves are careless, we put ourselves and others in danger.
19. I enrolled myself in a dance class last summer.
20. The president himself promised to stop the territorial dispute between two nations.
21. You can protect yourself from harm by taking a few important precautions.
22. The company itself gave the employees a wage increase.
23. You can see yourself more clearly.
24. Life itself offers you many opportunities.
25. I myself like a little stroll after dinner.
26. The jurors could not agree among themselves.
27. The mayor presented the new program by himself.
A. Reading and Literature
Directions: Read the following passage carefully and copy the letter of the word or phrase that
best completes each numbered item.

1) Its true! At certain points in our lives, we stop and ask this question: How do we turn challenges to
opportunities? 2) Yes, its not easy, but that doesnt mean it is impossible to do.
3) This means that we need to remember the important ways to put into action. 4) Of course, the first thing
to do is to reflect not in thoughtlessness but we need to start to focus and analyze the competition taking
place between the positive and negative limits of our emotions. 5) Eventually we ask, How do we feel
about the challenge? 6) Do we feel hopeless, angry, jealous, worried, inadequate, insecure, and fearful or
do we feel their negative counterparts? 7) Its silly to allow them overrule our outlook in life. 8) We must
envision always that progress and success come to those who adhere to practice hard work,
determination, courage, perseverance, humility, consciousness, justice, self-confidence, trust, respect,
love and other potent secrets of inner strength and success. 9) We need to be realistic that we need some
if not all of them to turn challenges to opportunities; thereby this will make us all contented and happy.

28. The main point of the article is best expressed in sentence no._____.
A. 1
B. 2
C. 5
D. 9
29. The generalization or statement about life or human experience the passage makes is to
A. bring out the best in you
C. struggle against the odds
B. stand up for ones belief
D. take strength to bear up the odds
30. To predict is a/an _______ of the word envision in sentence no. 8
A. connotation
B. denotation
C. opposite
D. symbol
31. This article/passage would most probably interest a/an___________|
A. teenager
B. old man
C. child
D. infant
32. The passage is an example of a/an_
A. anecdote
B. biography
C. personal essay
D. persuasive essay
33. The writers comment/reaction about challenges and opportunities is best supported by:
A. facts
B. opinion
C. reasons
D. statistics
34. The strongest evidence used by the writer to support his opinion about turning
challenges to opportunities is stated in Sentence no._____
A. 3
B. 6
C. 7
D. 8
35. An effective persuasive technique used by the author to emphasize his point is through
appealing to________|
A. emotion
B. moral
C. reason
D. both A and C
36. The fallacy committed in Sentence no. 7 is _______
A. attacking the person
C. hasty generalizations
B. bandwagon
D. plain folks
If I were a man, a young man, and knew what I know today,
I would look into the eyes of Life undaunted
By any fate that might threaten me,
I would give to the world what the world most wanted
Manhood that knows it can do and be;
Courage that dares, and faith that can see
Clear into the depths of the human soul,
And find God there, and ultimate goal
--from: If I Were A Man, A Young Man by Ella Wheeler Wilcox

37. The passage appeals more to the sense of _______

A. feeling
B. sight
C. sound
D. taste
38. The writers attitude toward inner strength is best described as_____.
A. admiration
B. criticism
C. inspiration
D. support
39. Most probably, the writers purpose in this poem is to _____.
A. express a feeling
C. reveal the truth
B. give an advice
D. win others approval
40. The last five lines of the poem express more of a/an_____.
A. call to validation B. humility
C. inspiration
D. invitation

Source: Diversity in English 10 TG