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I. Direction: Read the following carefully. Choose the letter of the correct answer.

1. Your mother asked you to give her medicine for fever. What are you going to do first?
A. Read the label of medicine.
B. Get a glass of water and the medicine.
C. Get the medicine and give it right away to your mother.
D. Taste the medicine before giving it your mother.

2. The following are the importance of product labels EXCEPT ______.

A. They ensure the safety of the user
B. They warn possible dangers.
C. They show proper disposal of waste.
D. They describe the safe way of using the product.

The following are warning symbols. What does each one mean?

3. A. flammable B. poison C. explosive D. corrosive

4. A. explosive B. poison C. corrosive D. flammable

5. You are going to buy can juice in the store for your visitors snack. The following can juices
were displayed in the store with its expiration date. Which of them are you going to buy?

A. Pineapple juice - best before January 2015

B. Orange juice best before March 2014
C. Mango juice best before July 2014
D. Apple juice best before January 2017

6. Why is it important to read the label of any product?

A. To know the price of the product.
B. To get the number of pieces sold in the market.
C. To know who buy product .
D. To use the product correctly.

7. Which of the following are biodegradable wastes?

A. vegetable craps, fruit peelings and leaves
B. plastic bottles, plastic cups and plastic bags
C. styro cup, empty glass bottles and tin cans
D. all of the above

8. Which of the following can be done to non-biodegradable wastes?

A. make a compost C. recycle them
B. burn them D. throw them in rivers

9. Which act shows recycling of waste materials?

A. Make a compost out of vegetable craps and leaves
B. Throw plastic bottles and glass canisters in the garbage.
C. Make a beautiful home dcor out of plastic bottles.
D. Burn plastic bags and newspapers.

10. Which is the best way of disposing decaying materials?

A. Make a compost
B. Mix them with the non-decaying
C. Burn them
D. throw them in the river

11. Non-biodegradable materials can be ________.

A. recycled and reused C. Decayed
B. turned into fertilizerS D. eaten

12. How should not-decaying wastes be disposed?

A. By composting C. by recycling
B. Reusing D. Both b and c

13. Which material is biodegradable?

A. Plastic bag C. styro cup
B. Vegetable craps D. used battery

13. The following materials are recyclable except one.

A. leftover food B. empty tin can C. plastic bottle D. styro cup

14. Which of the following show proper waste disposal?

A. Throwing garbage to the sea
B. Putting all waste materials in one container
C. Throwing left-over foods in the drainage canal
D. Segregating waste into decaying-non-decaying

15. Wastes that are not properly disposed may ____________.

A. Become breeding places of pests such as mosquitoes and flies
B. Cause loss of humus soil
C. Speed up the materials to decay
D. Allow free flow of rain water run off

16. Waste should be segregated into ___________ groups

A. Decaying and non-decaying C. small and big
B. Bluish and yellowish D. hard and soft

17. What safety precaution do you need to observe in disposing waste materials?
A. Use gloves or appropriate equipment in handling waste materials
B. Taste and touch waste materials before disposing them
C. Keep the waste materials in your kitchen
D. Expose yourself to the waste materials.

II. Look at the product below then answer the questions that follow.

18. What is the products/brand name?


19. When is the expiration date?


20. What is the precaution of the product? _________________________________