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1.

Select the sentence that is not true about the La Solidaridad.

Answer: It featured articles about the good deeds of the friars.
Explanation:
La Solidaridad was a forum for discussion of the issues concerning the Philippines and the official organ of the reform movement. It served as a vehicle for the expression of the political views of the reformers, but it did not feature articles about the good deeds of the friars.
2.

Who found Diariong Tagalog?

Answer: Marcelo del Pilar
Explanation:
Marcelo del Pilar is the correct answer because he is known as one of the founders of the newspaper Diariong Tagalog. He was a Filipino writer, lawyer, and journalist who played a significant role in the Philippine Revolution against Spanish colonization. Del Pilar used Diariong Tagalog as a platform to promote nationalist ideas and advocate for reforms in the Spanish colonial government. His contributions to the newspaper helped shape public opinion and mobilize support for the revolution.
3.

What was the name of the president of the Associacion La Solidaridad?

Answer: Galiciano Apacible
Explanation:
Galicano Apacible was a significant figure during that period and was associated with the Propaganda Movement. He was a co-founder of the Associacion La Solidaridad and played a role in the publication of its newspaper, also called "La Solidaridad." While he was an important member, the presidency of the association was held by others, particularly Jose Ma. Panganiban.
4.

Who took the charge of the political section of the Asociacion Hispano-Filipino?

Answer: Marcelo del Pilar
Explanation:
Marcelo del Pilar was in charge of the political section of the Asociacion Hispano-Filipino. This implies that he was responsible for overseeing and managing the political activities and affairs of the organization. His role would have involved advocating for the rights and interests of the Filipino people, promoting political awareness and activism, and strategizing for the advancement of the Filipino cause. Marcelo del Pilar was a prominent figure in the Philippine Revolution and a key leader in the fight for independence from Spanish colonial rule.
5.

What was the rightist wing of La Liga called?

Answer: Cuerpos de Compromisarios
Explanation:
La Liga Filipina was a progressive organization created by José Rizal in the Philippines in 1892. It aimed at fostering unity among the Filipinos and advocating for reforms. After Rizal’s arrest, the organization split into two factions. The more conservative group, which sought to continue Rizal’s reformist ideals without engaging in active revolt, was named the Cuerpos de Compromisarios. This faction contrasted with the more radical Katipunan, led by Andrés Bonifacio, which sought Philippine independence through revolution.
6.

Taga-Ilog was the pen name which was associated with:

Answer: Antonio Luna
Explanation:
The rightist wing of La Liga, a political organization in the Philippines during the late 19th century, was called "Cuerpos de Compromisarios." This term translates to "Bodies of Compromisers" in English. The rightist wing represented a faction within La Liga that aimed for more moderate and gradual reforms in dealing with Spanish authorities. The members of Cuerpos de Compromisarios were advocates for compromise and negotiation, seeking a diplomatic approach to addressing issues rather than radical or revolutionary measures.
7.

Because of which reason, was Rizal not in favor of the revolution planned by the Katipunan?

Answer: Unpreparedness of the Katipuneros for an armed struggle
Explanation:
Rizal was not in favor of the revolution planned by the Katipunan due to the unpreparedness of the Katipuneros for an armed struggle. This implies that Rizal believed that the members of the Katipunan were not adequately trained or equipped to engage in a successful armed conflict. Rizal may have felt that rushing into a revolution without proper preparation would only result in failure and unnecessary loss of lives. Therefore, he advocated for a more strategic and cautious approach to achieving independence for the Philippines.
8.

What was the first real battle fought between the Filipinos and the Spaniards known as?

Answer: Pinaglabanan
Explanation:
Pinaglabanan is the correct answer because it refers to the first real battle fought between Filipinos and Spaniards during the Philippine Revolution. The Battle of Pinaglabanan took place on August 30, 1896, in San Juan, Metro Manila. It marked the beginning of the armed resistance against Spanish colonial rule in the Philippines.
9.

What did The First Philippine Republic came to be called?

Answer: Malolos Republic
Explanation:
The correct answer is Malolos Republic. The First Philippine Republic, also known as the Malolos Republic, was the official name of the independent state established in the Philippines in 1899. It was declared after the Philippine Revolution against Spanish colonial rule and was led by President Emilio Aguinaldo. The Malolos Republic was short-lived, lasting only until 1901 when the Philippines fell under American occupation.
10.

Based on the plan proposed by whom was The Malolos Constitution drafted? 

Answer: Calderon
Explanation:
The drafting of the Malolos Constitution was primarily influenced by Felipe Calderón, a member of the constitutional commission. While Apolinario Mabini played a crucial role in advising and providing legal expertise, Felipe Calderón chaired the committee responsible for drafting the constitution.
11.

Who was the first President of the Commonwealth of the Philippines?

Answer: Manuel L. Quezon
Explanation:
Manuel L. Quezon was the first President of the Commonwealth of the Philippines, serving from 1935 until his death in 1944. This period was crucial as it marked the transition of the Philippines from an American territory to the status of a commonwealth, which was a step towards full independence.
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