PHYSICAL EDUCATION ____31. What Is The Dance That Depicts Its Move…

PHYSICAL EDUCATION

____31. What is the dance that depicts its movement in the gentle leaves, slender branches, attractive fruits and fragrant flowers of Pomelo

A. Binislakan B. Pangalay ​ C. Sakuting ​ D. Sua-ku-Sua

____32. Which of the following country influenced Binislakan?

A. China​ B. Indonesia ​ C. Japan ​ D. Malaysia

____33. What is the counting used in Binislakan?

A. 1, 2/1&2/&1&2&​ B. 1, 2​ C. 1&2​ D. &1&2&

____34. How many parts are there in the music of Sua-Ku-Sua?

A. 1​​B. 2​ C. 3​​ D. 4

____35. What is the correct counting in Sua-Ku-Sua dance?

A. 1, 2/1, 2, 3, 4​B. 1and 2​​C. 1, 2, 1 and 2​D. 1ah 2 ah

____36. The dance culture of Sua-Ku-Sua is ____________.

A. Christian-Lowland ​B. Muslim-Lowland ​​

C. Muslim Coastal ​​D. Tagalog Lowland

____37. The dance step with the step pattern – heel-place, close.

A. Bleking ​B. Change step​C. Pivot Turn ​D. Stamping

____38. The dance step with the step pattern – step ball and turn.

A. Bleking ​B. Change step​C. Pivot Turn ​D. Stamping

____39. The dance step with the step pattern – stamp (R) and close.

A. Bleking ​B. Change step​C. Pivot Turn ​D. Stamping

____40. The following countries contributed to the dance Sua-Ku-Sua EXCEPT-

A. China ​​B. Indonesia ​C. Japan ​​D. Malaysia

____41. What is the meaning of Binislakan?

A. Finger nail B. My Pomelo Tree C. Rhytmic sticks D. Use of sticks

____42. Sua-ko-Sua means—

A. Finger nail B. My Pomelo Tree C. Rhytmic sticks D. Use of sticks

____43. Binislakan is classified as __________ dance.

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A. Courtship ​B. Social ​ C. Wedding​ D. Worship

____44. What is the classification of Sua-ku-Sua?

A. Courtship ​B. Social ​ C. Wedding ​ D. Worship

____45. This dance is used to commemorate the stay of Limahong, the Chinese pirate in Lingayen Pangasinan.

A. Binislakan ​B. Pangalay C. Sakuting D. Sua-ku-Sua

Answer:

31.D

32.A

33.A

34.B

35.A

36.B

37.A

38.C

39.D

40.C

41.D

42.B

43.B

44.A

45.A