DIRECTIONS: Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions that

follow.

1.) It’s true! At certain points in our lives, we stop and ask questions: How do

we turn challenges to opportunities? 2.) Yes, it’s not easy, but that doesn’t mean it

is impossible to do. 3.) This means that we need to remember the important ways

to put into action. 4.) or 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 hopeless, angry, jealous,

worried, inadequate, insecure, fearful or do we feel their negative counterparts? 7.]

It’s silly to allow them to overrule our outlook in life. 8.) We must envision always

that progress and success come to those adhere to practice hardwork,

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,

1. The main point of the article is best expressed in sentence no.

A.1

B. 2

C. 5

2. The generalization or statement about life or human experience the passage

D. 9

make is to

A. bring out the best in you

B. B. stand up for one’s belief

C. struggle against the odds

D. take strength to bear up the odds

3. To “predict” is a/ an

of the word” envision” in sentence no. 8

A. connotation B. denotation

C. opposite D. symbol

4. This passage would most probably interest a/an

A. Adolescent

C. personal essay

B. biography

D. persuasive essay

5. The passage is an example of a/an

A. anecdote B. opinion

C. reasons

D. statistics

6. The writer’s comment/ reaction about challenges and opportunities is best

supported by

A facts

B. opinion

C. reasons

D. statistics

7. 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

8. 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

9. The fallacy committed in sentence no. 7 is

A. bandwagon

C. attacking the person

B. plain folks

D. hasty generalization

10. What did the author use in giving his points?

C. persuasion

A. enumeration

D. comparison

B. Cause and effect

**Answer:**

1.c 2.a 3.d yan lang po alam ko sorry po talaga

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