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Posted by English. on Tuesday, January 26, 2010 at 5:17am.

Answer the following questions, using never, once, twice, or often.

Example.
1. Have you read Rizal's Noli and Fili?

Yes, I have read it twice[or insert other ones.]
No, I have never read it.

2. Have you visited the Rizal Shrine at Fort Santiago?

Yes,______________________
No, _______________________

3. Have you ever been to Corregidor?
Yes, _____________________
No,________________________

4. Have you read the biography of Andres Bonifacio?

Yes,_________________
No, _________________

5. Have you read some of the poetry of Oryang, Bonifacio's wife?

Yes, __________________
No,____________________

6. Has National Heroes' Day been moved to August 31?

Yes, ____________
No, _______________

7. Have you ever heard of Gen. Gregorio del Pilar's gallant stand at Tirad Pass?

Yes, __________________
No, ______________

8. Have you learned about Emilio Jacinto's role in the Revolution of 1896?

Yes, _____________________
No, _________________

9. Have you seen the monument in honor of the 1986 EDSA Revolution?

Yes, ______________________
No, ________________________

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