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Republic of the Philippines

Department of Education
Region III



Name: _____________________________________ Date: ___________

Grade Level/Strand: __________________________ Score: __________
I. Choose the letter of the correct answer.
1. Chinese civilization is the oldest civilizations in the world.
a. Mesopotamia b. Egypt c. China d. India
2. The greatest philosopher of the world has known, one of the truly great men that China has produced.
a. Lao Tze b. Bhudda c. Aristotole d. Confucious
3. It is known as “Land of prayer.
a. Mesopotamia b. Egypt c. China d. India
4. The bible of the Indians.
a. holy bible b. koran c. Vedas d. five classics
5. The most important epics of India.
a. Five Classics b. Katakana c. Vedas d. Ramayana and Mahabharata
6. Also known as “The Land of the Rising Sun”.
a. Vietnam b. Thailand c. Laos d. Japan
7. It is the basic alphabet in Japan which consists 47 characters.
a. alibata b. katakana c. bhasa d. Upanishads
8. It is the shortest form of Japanese poetry but most popular. It has seventeen syllable poem in three lines of
five, seven, and five syllables.
a. sanskrit b. tanka c. noh d. haiku
9. A five-line poem. The first and third line lines have five syllables each and the others seven, making a total of
thirty-one syllables per poem.
a. sanskrit b. tanka c. noh d. haiku
10. The play of the masses in Japan, it is less intellectual, mo re realistic, even sensational.
a. kabuki b. noh play c. joruri d. kojiki
11. A book that said to contain the first fables ever written. Fables are stories of animals who behave like human
a. Shakuntala b. Kalidasa c. Panchatantra d. Bhasa
12. Earliest people in India dating back to 3000 – 2500 B.C. towards 2000B.C.
a. Upanishads b. Dravidians c. Brahmans d. Indians
13. He was a great Indian poet and dramatist. He was awarded the Nobel Prize for literature in 1913.
a. Ghandi b. Vikram Seth c. Amitav d. Rabindranath Tagore
14. It is the national theater of Japan.
a. kabuki b. noh play c. joruri d. kojiki
15. It is the Japan’s favorite form of amusement.
a. sports b. music c. drama d. art

II. Identify what major genre in literature is being described in the ff. statement . ( Illustrated novel, Digi
fiction, Graphic novel, Manga, Doodle fiction, Text-talk novel, Chick Lit, Flash fiction, Science fiction, Blog,
Creative non-fiction, Hyper-poetry)
16. The reader must interpret the images in order to comprehend completely the story.
17. Combines three media: book, movie/video, and internet website.
18. Narratives in comic book formats.
19. Japanese word for comics.
20. Drawing enhance the story, often adding humorous elements that would be missing if the illustrations were
21. Stories told almost completely in dialogue simulating social network exchanges.
22. Is genre fiction which addresses issues of modern womanhood, often humorously and lightheartedly.
23. Is a style of fictional literature of extreme brevity.
24. Is a genre of speculative fiction dealing with imaginative concepts such as futuristic science and technology,
space travel, time travel etc.
25. Are written by one person containing their own opinions, interests and experiences, while others are written
by many different people.
26. Digital poetry that uses links using hypertext mark-up.
27. 50 % of the narrative is presented without words.
28. Narrative work in which the story is conveyed to the reader using comic form.
29. Literary presentation where the author incorporates doodle writing and drawings
30. It is used in the English-speaking world as a generic term for all comic books and graphics novels originally
published in Japan.
31. In order to get the full story, students must engage in navigation, reading, viewing, in all three formats.
32. Features a female protagonist whose womanhood is heavily thermalized in the plot.
33. Triple Media Literature
34. Also known as literary non-fiction or narrative non-fiction.
35. Story through text and illustrated images.

II. Identify what poetic devices and terms is being described in the ff:

Simile hyperbole free verse

Alliteration Personification mood
Rhyme Imagery tone
Onomatopoeia Allusion end rhyme
Metaphor rhythm internal rhyme

36. The last word in each line rhymes.

37. Words that spell out sounds; words that sound like what they mean.
38. An implied comparison between two usually unrelated things.
39. It is the flow of the beat in a poem.
40. It is the atmosphere or emotion, in the poem created by the poet.
41. It is the attitude writers take towards their subject.
42. An exaggeration for the sake of emphasis.
43. A comparison between two usually unrelated things using the word “like” or “as”.
44. Giving human characteristics to inanimate objects, ideas, or animals.
45. Using words to create a picture in the reader’s mind.
46. Words INSIDE the sentence rhyme.
47. The repetition of the initial letter or sound in two or more words in a line.
48. A group of lines in a poem.
49. A kind of poem that does not use rhyme or patterns.
50. A reference to a familiar person, place, or thing.

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