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Victory Elijah Christian College

ENGLISH GRADE 6 JUNE MONTHLY TEST

Name: ________________________________________________ Score: ____________

Identification: Directions: Identify the sound of each letter/s in each word


below. Use the word box for your selection.

Vowels:
[a] [ӕ] [e] [ε] [i] [ɪ] [o] [ɔ] [u] [υ]
Consonants:
[b] [k] [d] [g] [h] [l] [m] [n] [ŋ] [z]

1. plumage 6. memoir 11. apple 16. Physics


2. jewelry 7. above 12. lettuce 17. Music
3. think 8. murmur 13. grapes 18. Civics
4. brooch 9. is 14. whole 19. Math
5. wreathe 10. steward 15. sauce 20. English

Directions: Change the words in parentheses into abstract nouns by adding


one of these suffixes: -ity, -ty, -ism, -dom, or -ment (10pts.)

__________ 1. My idea of (content) is a good book on a rainy afternoon.


__________ 2. A good concert is my idea of (entertain).
__________ 3. (Loyal) is necessary in a relationship between friends.
__________ 4. The (pure) of the product is questioned by some consumers.
__________ 5. One (require) for joining this glee club is that you read music.
__________ 6. Your good (judge) has always been your most admirable
quality.
__________ 7. The (rare) of the stamp makes it worth a fortune.
__________ 8. (Free) of the press is one of our rights as Filipino citizens.
__________ 9. The (govern) guarantees every citizen freedom from
persecution.
__________ 10. We show our (human) when we are sensitive to other’s needs.
Reading Comprehension: Directions: Read the passages below and write the
correct form of the noun, whether it is singular, plural or possessive, in the blanks
provided.

His (family, family’s, families) home was in Blantyre, Scotland. The (family,
family’s, families) tried to live on the money from his (father, father’s, fathers) job.
Many of the (worker, workers’, workers) jobs in the town were in the cotton mills.
Dr. Giselle (Yue, Yue’s, Yues) husband was named Tah Hong. Their (children,
children’s, childrens) early lives were spent in Africa. Yue understood the (people,
people’s, peoples) problems and helped them. Her (life, life’s, lifes) work was to
explore South Korea. The Herald Tribunes journalist, Henry M. Stanley, went to
Seoul to search for Yue. (Stanley, Stanley’s, Stanleys) famous comment was,
“Doctor Yue, I presume?”. The (Korean, Koreans’, Koreans) lives were changed
by the work of Yue.

_____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________

_____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________

(Word, Word’s, Words) have fascinated people for centuries. Not all words
were written with (letter, letter’s, letters). Some (word, word’s, words) meanings
took years to understand. An (archaeologist, archaeologist’s, archaeologists) job
is to understand the past. They have taught us about (Egyptian, Egyptian’s,
Egyptians) writing. The Egyptians influenced the Greek way of writing. The styles
and shapes of (letter, letter’s, letters) in alphabets have changed. Different
(language, languages’s, languages) have different alphabets. Some languages
do not even have (alphabet, alphabets’, alphabets). (Archaeologists,
Archaeologist’s, Archaeologists) investigations are about other things too. They
research their customs and (live, live’s, lives) in ancient times. They examine and
study remains from (city, citie’s, cities) of the past. A (people, people’s, peoples)
tools and monuments can reveal interesting facts. A (tribe, tribe’s, tribes) way of
life can be known by the (remain, remain’s, remains) of poets. Perhaps you
should because an (archeologists, archaeologist, archaeologists).

_____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________

_____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________


Victory Elijah Christian College
MATH GRADE 6 JUNE MONTHLY TEST

Name: ________________________________________________ Score: ____________

I. Direction: Simplify the following using order of operations.200 – 3 x


25 + 4
6
1. 8 2 + x (8 – 5)
2
2. 12+2×(216-108)/9
3. 5 2 x 8 + 6 ÷6 – 12 x 2
4. (16+17)×3-24/6
5. 34 + 5 x 7
6. ( 1 + 3) x (8-4)
7. 40 – 6 x 3 + 2
8. 9 + 5 2 ÷ (8 – 3) x 2 -6
9. 672 ÷ (8 + 3 3 x 8) – 3

II. Express the following numerals in words.

1. 364 675. 14
2. 0000679
3. 285.620079
4. 17 054. 60208
5. 5. 3408
6. 0.0060387
7. 97 600.100
8. 89. 1657
9. 143976
10. 000345
11. 0002591
12. 0.0972616
13. 371 480. 724
14. 719. 300406
15. 8 374. 0009
16. 9 348. 206043
17. 12. 00009
18. 0.5180000
19. 100 370 000
20. 0.00000492
21. 0000679
III. Directions: Write in exponential form.
1. 74. 0169
2. 34 598. 23508
3. 0.000806
4. 82. 4003
5. 0. 006045
6. 4 327. 0849
7. 583. 65389
8. 0. 03452
9. 12. 759422
10. 145. 94

IV. Directions: Give the place value and value of the underlined digit.

Given Place Value Value


1. 146. 3201 _______________________ ______________________
2. 342. 189302 _______________________ ______________________
3. 06. 8715 _______________________ ______________________
4. 70. 97 _______________________ ______________________
5. 341. 340 _______________________ ______________________
6. 540. 064 _______________________ ______________________
7. 40. 876035 _______________________ ______________________
8. 242304. 67 _______________________ ______________________
9. 463897. 00003 _______________________ ______________________
10. 0. 001001 _______________________ ______________________

V. Directions: Order the decimals from least to greatest.


1. 3.455 45.455 56.7886 45.3322

2. 23.433 23.5333 23.4345 23.5554

3. 0.3 1.02 0.3455 1.004

4. 5.65333 5.64334 5.76443 5.76433

5. 6.7544 7.44 8.544 8.66


VI. Directions: Round the following decimals to the indicated
underlined digits.

1. 0.45556 6. 7.543 33
2. 56.6543 7. 0.7654
3. 8.63 8. 0.765 44
4. 9.6544 9. 9.65 45
5. 9.776 10. 9.533677

VII. Directions: Rewrite the following decimals in column then add.


1. 2.35 + 632.54 6. 256.632 + 25.2145
2. 52.365 + 3.25 + 45.235 7. 12.23544 + 3.12254 + 52.365
3. 23. 65 + 9.35 + 12.54 8. 8.9665 + 63.22556 + 98.1245
4. 8.32 + 63.2 + 45.325 9. 3.65 + 23.654
5. 23.652 + 96.25 10. 365.22254 + 985.32165

VIII. Rewrite the following decimals in column then subtract.

1. 23.5 – 7.8
2. 25.352 – 19.364
3. 56.2 – 9.65
4. 168.256 – 96.3252
5. 89.256 – 13.254
6. 997.35 – 9.6325
7. 120.23 – 96.256
8. 56.32895 – 10.02254
9. 86.25 – 73.25
10. 63.256 – 19.36511

IX. Directions: Find the product.


1. 12.2 × 4
2. 6. 8.25 × 9.7
3. 3.6 × 5
4. 7. 63.2 × 5.81
5. 19.632 × 9
6. 8. 9.632 × 8.211
7. 4. 23.65× 1.1
8. 9. 12.35 × 2.333
9. 5. 85.2 × 2.1
10. 16.25 × 7.9
Victory Elijah Christian College
SCIENCE GRADE 6 JUNE MONTHLY TEST

Name: ________________________________________________ Score: ____________

I. Match each description of function in column A with the corresponding


organ in Column B. Write the word of the correct answer.
B
A
a. anus
_____ 1. Produces the fluid that keeps the food in the
mouth moist b. appendix

_____ 2. A tube through which food passes from the c. esophagus


pharynx to the stomach
d. large intestine
_____ 3. A baglike organ that produces gastric juice
e. liver
_____ 4. The opening where solid wastes are released out
of the body f. mouth

_____ 5. A cavity that contains the teeth and tongue g. pancreas

_____ 6. An inverted U-shaped organ around the coils of h. salivary gland


the small intestine i. small intestine
_____ 7. A narrow twisting tube located in the lower j. stomach
abdomen
k. villi
_____ 8. Produces bile

_____ 9. Small tissue protrusion attached to the large


intestine

_____ 10. Small fingerlike structures that aid in the


absorption of nutrients to the bloodstream
II. Identify the following. (2 points each)

___________ 1. It is the longest bone in your body.


___________ 2. It makes new bone cells that help repair damage.
___________ 3. It is the solid and hard outside part of the bone.
___________ 4. It is a part of the skull that encloses and protects the brain.
___________ 5. It is the wall of the chest that encloses the heart and the lungs.
___________ 6. Its job is to protect the spinal cord.
___________ 7. The connections between two or more bones are called?
___________ 8. A joint that allows movement is called?
___________ 9. A type of joint that allows the connected bones
to move in many direction.
___________ 10. It is a type of joints that allows a bone to rotate around another
bone.
___________ 11. Certain joints, however, do not allow movement. These are
called?
___________ 12. Bones that meet at movable joints are held tightly together by
tough bands of connective tissues called?
___________ 13. These are tough and elastic tissues that give shape to the body.
___________ 14. This muscle enables you to raise your eyebrows and wrinkle your
forehead.
___________ 15. The muscles that surround your eyes are called?
___________ 16. The muscles that surround your mouth are called?
___________ 17. It is the muscles that cover your chest.
___________ 18. These muscles protect and allow you to move your waist.
___________ 19. The largest muscles found in your hips and buttocks.
___________ 20. The muscles that can be controlled are called?

III. List down the following.

a. Three Voluntary Muscles (1-3)


b. Three Involuntary Muscles (4-6)
c. Three Kinds of Movable Joints (7-9)
d. Common Injuries of the Musculoskeletal System (10-13)
e. Common Illnesses of the Musculoskeletal System (14-20)