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B. It is more important
C. It is trivial
D. It less important
42. Which of the following factors does the audience take
into account, when making assumptions about an in-
A. Facial expression and content of message.
B. The clothes you wear and your body language.
C. Your appearance, attention to detail, body lan-
guage and facial expression.
D. Facial expression, body language, attire and per-
43. The writer speaks at length about "Facial Expres-
sion". Why do you suppose professional appearance, a
friendly smile and optimism is recommended?
A. An unpleasant manner is a discredit to the indi-
vidual and organisation.
B. A speaker who appears unfriendly and unprofes-
sional is likely to have a disinterested audience.
C. An audience is more likely to connect and inter-
act with an individual who exhibits professional-
ism, is courteous and friendly.
D. An individual displaying aggression or indiffer-
ence will not succeed in engaging the attention
44. In the writer's words "Personal Image" is
A. The image in the mirror
B. The reflection you see is not necessarily a true
likeness of the face known to others.
C. Your image is slightly different from what family
and friends see.
D. The likeness you see may differ depending on
45. What is the MAIN point of (paragraphs 5 and 6)?
A. You will have to adapt to changing roles at any
given time, but be yourself.
B. The world judges you by your external image so
be the best you can be.
C. As an individual with varied roles and responsi-
bilities, you will be required to use different pres-
entation and communication skills.
D. The way the world sees you is different from
how your see yourself.
46. What advice does the writer offer regarding "Clothing
and Personal Grooming?"
A. Dress appropriately whether for casualor formal
B. Acquaint yourself with the dress code that is ob-
served in your organisation.
C. A tidy appearance, good grooming and selecting
clothing that is appropriate for the occasion is
D. Regardless of the environment in which you
work, know your limits.
47. Improving your "Personal Presentation" can be
I DWELL IN POSSIBILITY
I dwell in Possibility --
A fairer House than Prose --
More numerous of Windows --
Superior -- for Doors --
Of Chambers as the Cedars --
Impregnable of eye --
And for an everlasting Roof
The Gambrels of the Sky --
Of Visitors -- the fairest --
For Occupation -- This --
The spreading wide my narrow Hands
To gather Paradise --
By Emily Dickinson
A. Building your confidence
B. Working on your body language
C. Improving your language skills
D. Refining your speech
48. Which of the following statements is TRUE?
A. Body language is a substitute for good manners.
B. Body language is distracting.
C. Body language can reinforce a message, if used
D. Body language works in conjunction with the
49. The term "negative signals" is used to describe
I. Distracting noises
II. Repetitive words
III. Annoying actions
IV. Frequent hand gestures
B. II and III
50. Which of the following words BEST describes the
manner in which the writer presents his material?
DIRECTION: Read the poem carefully before attempting
the questions. Each question has four options, select the
most appropriate answer, based on what is implied or
stated in the poem.
51. What does the poem indicate about the poet?
A. Her ability to imagine
B. Her love for poetry
C. Her extravagant lifestyle
D. Her sheltered existence
52. The word "Prose" as used in (line 2) is associated
53. Where does the poem take place?
A. In a garden
B. In paradise
C. In a forest
D. In a house
54. Line 5 "Chambers as the Cedars" represent
55. What message is the poet attempting to convey,
through her use of the words "Impregnable of eye"?
A. It can only be seen through a lens
B. It is hidden from the eye
C. It is visible to the eye
D. It is an imaginary image
56. Based on the poet's description, what is the size of
57. "And for an everlasting Roof, the Gambrels of the
Sky," is an example of
58. "Of Visitors -- the fairest -- For Occupation -- This."
Identify the literary technique used in (lines 9 and 10)?
59. What device is used (lines 11 and 12) "The spreading
wide my narrow Hands, to gather Paradise,"
60. In the real scheme of things, what value does the
poet attach to Poetry?
A. It is pale in comparison with Prose
B. It is associated with life
C. It is better than Prose
D. It is better than Paradise
END OF ENGLISH TEST
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