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The University of Manila Reviewer in English IV

I.

Identification

________________1. Refers to all of the qualities that make your writing different from that of others. ________________2. The building blocks of a piece of writing ________________3. A word that refers to the central purpose of a piece of writing. ________________4. Such as journal entry, a personal essay, or a list writing you do for yourself. ________________5. This focuses on topics outside of your imagination and experience is writing that you do for others. ________________6. Includes exploring topics, choosing a topic, and beginning to gather and organize details before you write. ________________7. Involves getting your ideas down on paper in roughly the format you intend for the finished work. ________________8. Is the stage in which you rework your first draft to improve its content and structure. ________________9. Involve correcting errors in grammar, spelling, and mechanics. ________________10. Are the sharing of your work with others. ________________11. Is helpful when you are gathering details to help you write about selections from literature. ________________12. Is a systematic approach to providing greater depth of information in your writing. ________________13. Refers to the process of reasoning using formal logic; the use of a logical step-by-step process to color-code, analyze, evaluate, and rework your writing. ________________14. A group of related sentences that presents a unit of thought. ________________15. A connected series of paragraphs on a single topic. ________________16. Are statements that are provable. ________________17. Is a fact stated with numbers. ________________18. Is a specific person, thing, or event that demonstrates a point. ________________19. Are the specifics the parts of the whole. ________________20. Places details in time order. ________________21. Arranges details according to the position in which they appear. ________________22. Presents details from most to least important, or vice-versa. ________________23. Discusses all of the details related to one subject, followed by a discussion of all the details related to the other subject; or two or more items are compared point by point. ________________24. Introduces the topic, hooks the readers interest, and presents the thesis statements. ________________25. Is a one- or two-sentence summary of the key point of the essay. ________________26. Consists of two or more paragraphs that develop and support the thesis. ________________27. Is the essays final paragraph.

________________28. The final sentence in the conclusion should be a forceful, witty, or memorable statement. ________________29. Consists of a topic sentence and several sentences that support or illustrate it. ________________30. Are used to achieve a specific purpose in an extended piece of writing. ________________31. Also refers to how you express yourself in writing. ________________32. Refers to a writers choice of words. ________________33. Is your attitude toward your subject. ________________34. Should be used for essays, newspaper articles, formal reports, speeches, letters of application, and most school assignments. ________________35. Telling a story from your own life. ________________36. Tells a story about an event or experience in the writers own life. ________________37. Are retellings of events personally witnessed by a writer. ________________38. Are stories that reveal a writers opinions, feelings, and insights about an experience. ________________39. Tell of a memorable or pivotal event in a writers life. ________________40. Contain a writers reflections on an important person or event from his or her own life. ________________41. Brief, true, and usually humorous stories that contain a definite conclusion. ________________42. The form of a noun or pronoun that indicates its use in a sentence. ________________43. Writing that tells a story. ________________44. A particular kind of narration. ________________45. Keep readers in suspense as they follow the plot twists and turns to the final outcome. ________________46. Depart from reality to explore worlds and characters that stem from the writers imaginations. ________________47. Often contain animals as characters, and they convey a specific lesson or observation about life. ________________48. Combine elements of fiction and fantasy with scientific fact. ________________49. The struggle between characters or between a character and some other force. ________________50. The high point of interest in the story. ________________51. Refers to the events that immediately follow the climax. ________________52. The section of the story in which loose ends are tied up. ________________53. Writing that enables you to recreate your experiences vividly and share them with others. ________________54. Contain sensory details that bring to life actual people, places, and things. ________________55. Describe an event the writer has witnessed. ________________56. Contain factual information as well as persuasive language to encourage tourism. ________________57. Describe fictional characters their appearances, personalities, hopes, and dreams. ________________58. A word or phrase that helps describe nouns or verbs in a sentence. ________________59. Appears to modify the wrong word in a sentence.

________________60. Appears to modify either the wrong word or no word at all because the word it should logically modify is missing. II. Multiple Choice:

1. A piece of writing that tries to convince readers to accept a particular viewpoint or take a certain action. a. Clause c. persuasion b. Persuasive essay d. exposition 2. A group of words with its own subject and verb. a. Advertisement c. clause b. Phrase d. sentence 3. A persuasive message paid for by an individual or company. a. Advertisement c. research b. Billboards d. exposition 4. Are words that sound the same but have different spellings and meanings. a. Homophones c. synonyms b. Homonyms d. antonyms 5. An essay exploring the similarities and differences between two or more subjects. a. Comparison-and-contrast c. to compare b. Comparison-and-contrast essay d. to contrast 6. Consists of