Life And Works Of Rizal Final Exam With Answers

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Life And Works Of Rizal Final Exam With Answers

Do you know what work Rizal has done and how his life was? Take this life and works of Rizal final exam with answers to practice for any test. Dr. Jose Rizal is one of the National heroes that the Philippines has, and he was the author of the novels Noli Me Tángere and El Filibusterismo, and several poems and essays that can study till today. As we continue to learn more about his work, the quiz below serves you with his life and work and will also refresh your memory. Give it a try and get the best scores.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    Land of Cherry Blossom where Rizal visited for one month and a half.
    • A. 

      Germany

    • B. 

      Japan

    • C. 

      Hongkong

    • D. 

      France

    • E. 

      Italy

  • 2. 
    What PLACE did Rizal refer to when he said, "__________ is more extensive than Paris.  The walls are built in cyclopean manner.  The streets are large and wide." 
    • A. 

      Sayonara

    • B. 

      Naples

    • C. 

      Yokohama

    • D. 

      Tokyo

    • E. 

      Paris

  • 3. 
    While in Tokyo, Rizal was visited in Tokyo Hotel by the secretary of the Spanish Legation whom invited him to live in that legation. What was that secretary of Spanish Legation?
    • A. 

      Jose Maria Basa

    • B. 

      Juan Salcedo

    • C. 

      Terrero

    • D. 

      Felix Hidalgo

    • E. 

      Juan Perez Caballero

  • 4. 
    Having realinzed that Spanish diplomatic authorities were instructed from Manila to watch out his movements in Japan, Rizal accepted the invitation of the Spanish Legation for the following reasons:           i)   He could economize his living expenses by staying at Spanish Legation           ii)  He could further his medical studies           iii) He had nothing to hide the prying eyes of the Spanish authorities
    • A. 

      I only

    • B. 

      Ii only

    • C. 

      Iii only

    • D. 

      I and ii

    • E. 

      I and iii

  • 5. 
    __________: Japanese drama;   Judo: Japanese art of self-defense
    • A. 

      Kabuki

    • B. 

      Hara kiri

    • C. 

      Bunraki

    • D. 

      Ukiyo-e

    • E. 

      Ikebana

  • 6. 
    Taking abundant notes of the life, customs and culture of Japan and Japanese people, Rizal was favorably impressed of:          i)   The picturesque dress and simple charm of the Japanese women as well as the cleanliness, politeness, and industry               the Japanese people          ii)  The beauties of the country; and there were very few theives and beggars           iii) Their discipline, courage and generosity
    • A. 

      I only

    • B. 

      Ii only

    • C. 

      Iii only

    • D. 

      I and ii

    • E. 

      I and iii

  • 7. 
    However, there is one thing that Rizal did not like in Japan ......
    • A. 

      Hara kiri - a voluntary suicide of oneself by stabbing in the left belly

    • B. 

      Ricksaw - mode of transportation

    • C. 

      Prostitution

    • D. 

      Yakuza

    • E. 

      None of the above

  • 8. 
    In spring morning in mid-March, 1888, Rizal entered one of the biggest store (dealing on Western goods) in Yokohama to buy something. What was the name of  the former samurai who owned that store?
    • A. 

      Usui-san

    • B. 

      O-Sei-San

    • C. 

      Meguro

    • D. 

      Sayonara

    • E. 

      Oishi-san

  • 9. 
    A lovely woman was at that store. Assuming that she was a store staff, Rizal asked if she knew English.  And to her surprise, she was very fluent in Japanese, English and French. What was the name of that woman having cameo-like beauty, charming tenderness and high intelligence.
    • A. 

      Usui-san Usui-san

    • B. 

      O-Sei-San

    • C. 

      Meguro

    • D. 

      Sayonara

    • E. 

      Oishi-san

  • 10. 
    What was the real name of O-Sei-San?
    • A. 

      Sai San

    • B. 

      Sendaihaga

    • C. 

      Nakahama

    • D. 

      Seiko Usui

    • E. 

      Tetcho Suehiro

  • 11. 
    On April 13, 1888, Rizal boarded an English steamer, at Yokohama, bound for the United States.  What was the name of the steamer? 
    • A. 

      Hayfong

    • B. 

      Salvadora

    • C. 

      Belgic

    • D. 

      Djemnah

    • E. 

      None of the above

  • 12. 
              A Japanese newspaperman who had been jailed twice for writing an article against the government did not know any foreign languages that he was not able to talk with any other passengers in that steamer bound for United States. So Rizal who could fairly talk helped the latter, and they became friends. Both were valiant patriots inflexible enemies of  injustice and tyranny, and both exiles traveled across the Pacific, through the United States, and parted at London. Who was that Japanese newspaperman?
    • A. 

      Seiko Usui

    • B. 

      Takayama

    • C. 

      Usui-San

    • D. 

      Tetcho Suehiro

    • E. 

      None of the above

  • 13. 
    Suehiro published his political novel Storm Over the Southern Sea which the plot is similar to Rizal's Noli Me Tangere.  Who was that HERO which is equivalent to Ibarra in the Noli?
    • A. 

      Manjiro Nakahama

    • B. 

      Amagawaya Gihei

    • C. 

      Chishingura

    • D. 

      Sendaihagi

    • E. 

      Takayama

  • 14. 
    On what date Rizal was executed in Bagumbayan (in Manila) which is now Rizal Park?
    • A. 

      December 30, 1896

    • B. 

      December 31, 1896

    • C. 

      December 30, 1897

    • D. 

      December 31, 1897

    • E. 

      December 31, 1898

  • 15. 
    Suehiro became prominent in Japan's political and journalistic circles. He grew rich as ___________ of Choya Shinbun and later became a member of the Japanese Parliament. 
    • A. 

      Editor

    • B. 

      Writer

    • C. 

      Author

    • D. 

      Publisher

    • E. 

      Researcher

  • 16. 
    Rizal discovered that the placing of the ship under quarantine was politically motivated for the election was near, and in order to win the votes of the whites in California was to impede the entry of 643 Chinese coolies, believed to be displacing the laborers in WHAT SECTOR of the laborers?
    • A. 

      Commercial sector

    • B. 

      Entertainment industry

    • C. 

      Industrial sector

    • D. 

      Agricultural sector

    • E. 

      Railroad construction camps

  • 17. 
    After a week of quarantine, all the first-class passengers, including Rizal, were allowed to land. But the ____________ passengers of the second and third-class accomadations were forced to remain on board for a longer period.
    • A. 

      Chinese

    • B. 

      Japanese

    • C. 

      Chinese and Japanese

    • D. 

      Vietnamese

    • E. 

      Chinese and Vietnamese

  • 18. 
    Who was the PRESIDENT of the United States when he crossed America heading for London
    • A. 

      Grover Cleveland

    • B. 

      William McKinley

    • C. 

      Chester A. Arthur

    • D. 

      Benjamin Harrison

    • E. 

      Theodore Roosevelt

  • 19. 
    In what STATE do Alto, Oakland and Sacramento belong?
    • A. 

      Utah

    • B. 

      Colorado

    • C. 

      Nevada

    • D. 

      California

    • E. 

      Illinois

  • 20. 
    In San Francisco, Rizal left for Oakland by ____________, while in Oakland he left by ____________.
    • A. 

      Train; ferry boat

    • B. 

      Ferry boat; train

    • C. 

      Steamer; train

    • D. 

      Train; steamer

    • E. 

      Ferry boat; steamer

  • 21. 
    On May 8, 1888, the train, which Rizal was riding, passed a place which he described as having a good system of irrigation that could be cultivated. It seen with horses, oxen and trees. What was this place which is part of Utah (the third state they passed over)?
    • A. 

      Denver

    • B. 

      Salt Lake City

    • C. 

      Provo

    • D. 

      Ogden

    • E. 

      None of the above

  • 22. 
    In Rizal's diary, he described this place as there are mountains in the middle of the lake like the islands of Talim in Laguna de Bay.  
    • A. 

      Colorado

    • B. 

      Reno

    • C. 

      Ogden

    • D. 

      Provo

    • E. 

      Salt Lake

  • 23. 
    At 10:30am, May 9, 1888, they climb up a certain height which was snow seen along the way. There were pines. Icecles in the tunnels were very bright as they passed by. What was this 5th state of the American continent they crossed-over?
    • A. 

      California

    • B. 

      Nevada

    • C. 

      Colorado

    • D. 

      Nebraska

    • E. 

      Illinois

  • 24. 
    On May 10, 1888, the train crossing the American continent reached Nebraska (one of the states in US), a plain country. They reached Omaha city, a big city - the biggest since they left San San Francisco.  What river did Rizal depicted in his diary that was twice as the Pasig River in its widest part?
    • A. 

      Neckar River

    • B. 

      Big Blue River

    • C. 

      Lodgepole River

    • D. 

      Missouri River

    • E. 

      Republican River

  • 25. 
    Rizal riding on the train crossing over the American continent arrived at Ontario, Canada (English territory).  In the afternoon, they passed this falls and stopped for some time to see the points that were beautiful.  He depicted this as the greatest cascade he ever saw but it was not so beautiful nor so fine as the falls in Los Banos though bigger, more imposing.  What was this falls he described?
    • A. 

      Webster's Falls

    • B. 

      Borers Falls

    • C. 

      Inglis Falls

    • D. 

      Sherman Falls

    • E. 

      Niagara Falls

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