## Rules in Alphabetic Filing Part 10

In the previous post we have learned how to file names with hyphen (-). In this post, we’ll deal with letters that are used together to form a name.

Rule 10 are used together to form a name, each letter is considered as a separate unit. Consider the following examples:

BIG Corporation
LUV Mfg.
ABC Industry

They are filed by unit as:

A B C Industry
B I G Corporation
L U V Manufacturing

Now, try these following exercise:

Exercise 1

HOT Coffee Shop
HOP Shop
HIT Club
HNW Apparel
HQQ Care

Exercise 2

BOB Shop
BIG Strike
BOT Robots
BEE Shirts
BOX Shop

Exercise 3

POP House
CAR Company
LRN Engineering
DEL Club
ESC Hotel

H I T Club
H N W Apparel
H O P Shop
H O T Coffee Shop
H Q Q Care

B E E Shirts
B I G Strike
B O B Shop
B O T Robots
B O X Shop

C A R Company
D E L Club
E S C Hotel
L R N Engineering
P O P House

## 2018 PCSR Civil Service Review Guide 8

2018 PCSR Civil Service Review Guide 8
Week 8: November 13 – November 19, 2017

PART I: MATHEMATICS
A. INTEGERS

A. Subtraction of Integers

Videos

Practice Quiz on Subtracting Integers

Solution to Practice Quiz on Subtracting Integers

PART II: ENGLISH
A. Week 8: Vocabulary

B. Grammar

Understanding Conditionals

Lesson 1: First Conditional

Lesson 2: Second Conditional

Lesson 3: Third Conditional

Lesson 4: Mixed Conditionals

C. Week 8: Spelling

Part III: CLERICAL (Subprofessional)

Alphabetizing Rules Part 8 with exercises

PART IV: LOGIC
How to Solve Civil Service Exam Number Series Problems 4

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## 2018 PCSR Civil Service Review Guide 7

2018 PCSR Civil Service Review Guide 7
Week 7: November 6 – November 12, 2017

PART I: MATHEMATICS

Part 1: How to Add Integers Part 1

Part 2: How to Add Integers Part 2

Part 3: How to Add Integers Part 3

More video tutorials

Tutorial Articles

Part 3: Solution to Practice Test

Four Effective Techniques in Adding Integers

PART II: ENGLISH

B. Grammar

Understanding Perfect Progressive Tense

Grammar Rules: Present Perfect Progressive Tense with Exercise

Grammar Rules: Past Perfect Progressive Tense with Exercise

Grammar Rules: Future Perfect Progressive Tense with Exercise

C. Spelling

Part III: CLERICAL (Subprofessional)

Alphabetizing Rules Part 7

PART IV: LOGIC

How to Solve Civil Service Exam Number Series Problems 3

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## Civil Service Exam Vocabulary Week 9 – Set 2

This is the PCSR ninth vocabulary reviewer.

1.) Venerate – verb

Regard with feelings of respect and reverence; revere

After his beatification on March 2005, Pedro Calungsod is now venerated as a saint.

To report or represent in an outline

The employees got excited after their supervisor adumbrated the

3.) Agglomerate – verb

A jumbled collection or mass; to pile or heap together

Nicole Hyala has an agglomeration of Hello Kitty stuff.

Weak or faint from illness or fatigue; lacking spirit or liveliness

The heat makes me languid and dizzy.

5.) Votary – noun

One bound by vows to a religion or life of worship or service

A group of votaries organized a concert prayer.

6.) Terminus – noun

The final point or goal; end point

Taft Station is the terminus of MRT Line 1 when you’re from North Avenue.

Sleepy; inclined to or marked by drowsiness

The piano sound had a somnolent effect to the baby.

Valiant; courageous; brave

Chief Angeles was promoted for his valorous action that prevented the robbery.

Splendid and expensive-looking; costly; lavish

“I’ll marry a prince someday and I will live in a huge palace!”, says the child after watching a fairy tale.

10.) Shriek – noun

Sharp piercing cry caused by agony or terror

The baby shriek as the nurse gave him a vaccination.

## Rules in Alphabetic Filing Part 9

In the previous post we have learned how to file business names that are made up of two or more surname. In this post, we are going to learn how to  file names with hyphen (-).

Rule 9

I. A hyphenated name is filed as one unit. Consider the following examples:

Up-and-Down Resto Bar
Fit-and-Right Gym
Laugh-n-Love Girls Club

They are filed by unit as:

FitandRight Gym
LaughnLove Girls Club
UpandDown Resto Bar

II. A hyphenated word is also filed as one unit. Consider the following examples:

Pro-active
Anti-aircraft
Ultra-magnetic

They are filed by unit as:

Anti-aircraft
Pro-active
Ultra-magnetic

Now, try these following exercise:

Exercise 1

Up-and-Above Convenient Store
Do-or-Die Question
Come-and-Go Fastfood Inc.
Pick-n-Fit Apparel
Munch-Crunch Snack Store

Exercise 2

Pre-Employment
Post-Test
Anti-Hazing
Pre-Historic
Semi-Conductor

Exercise 3

Wash-n-Wear Laundry Shop
Fix-it Repair Shop
Pop-or-Flop Game Show
Top-2-Bottom Skin Clinic
Back-to-Back Printing Press

ComeandGo Fastfood Inc.
DoorDie Question
MunchCrunch Snack Store
PicknFit Apparel
UpandAbove Convenient Store

Anti-Hazing
Pre-Employment
Pre-Historic
Post-Test
Semi-Conductor

BacktoBack Printing Press
Fixit Repair Shop
Pop-or-Flop Game Show
Top-2-Bottom Skin Clinic
WashnWear Laundry Shop

## Civil Service Review Spelling Quiz 10 – Set 2

In each item, identify the word with incorrect spelling.

Item 01

a. glaciel
b. grateful
c. partisan
d. height
e. fiery

Item 02

a. anecdote
b. brevity
c. placate
d. impudence
e. ponderuous

Item 03

a. concise
b. conccession
c. haughtiness
d. compliance
e. affable

Item 04

a. immutable
b. curtale
c. gluttony
d. jewelry
e. kernel

Item 05

a. squander
b. extol
c. acclaim
d. cacophonus
e. endorse

Item 06

a. garrulous
b. trite
c. labyrinthe
d. submissive
e. ratify

Item 07

a. reverrent
b. inoculate
c. maintenance
d. library
e. medieval

Item 08

a. neighbor
b. liaison
c. memento
d. soporrific
e. retract

Item 09

a. playwright
b. perseverance
c. mischievous
d. occurrence
e. ammorphous

Item 10

a. redundant
b. possession
c. lasitude
d. principle
e. pronunciation

1. a – glacial
2. e – ponderous
3. b – concession
4. b – curtail
5. d – cacophonous
6. c – labyrinth
7. a – reverent
8. d – soporific
9. e – amorphous
10. c – lassitude

## Civil Service Review Spelling Quiz 9 – Set 2

In each item, identify the word with incorrect spelling.

Item 01

a. changeable
b. fathom
d. mosaic
e. column

Item 02

a. fitfull
b. cemetery
c. perfection
e. complementary

Item 03

a. replete
b. acceleration
c. prospects
d. querruluous
e. glamorous

Item 04

a. intervene
b. burst
c. osttentatious
d. collectible
e. allot

Item 05

a. tactful
b. braggart
c. articulate
d. incorrigible
e. certetude

Item 06

a. assendency
b. altruism
c. profusion
d. chant
e. frugality

Item 07

a. reprove
b. orateor
c. surpass
d. acquire
e. exceed

Item 08

a. scrupulous
b. ambivalent
c. dillatory
d. impression
e. equipment

Item 09

a. excellence
b. taciturn
c. repudiate
d. carnivore
e. inbalance

Item 10

a. virtuoso
b. sureptitious
c. candid
d. thrive
e. sycophant

2. a – fitful
3. d – querulous
4. c – ostentatious
5. e – certitude
6. a – ascendancy
7. b – orator
8. c – dilatory
9. d – imbalance
10. b – surreptitious

## Civil Service Review Spelling Quiz 8 – Set 2

In each item, identify the word with incorrect spelling.

Item 01

a. thorough
b. eighth
d. minuet
e. colloquial

Item 02

a. miscellaneous
b. flagrant
c. prefecture
d. counsel
e. ephimeral

Item 03

a. tounge
b. differentiate
d. morale
e. healthful

Item 04

a. conscience
b. marriage
c. incorporate
d. exxagerate
e. bureau

Item 05

a. environment
b. interruption
c. dilemma
d. across
e. imittate

Item 06

a. tenacity
b. harrass
c. occasion
d. disappear
e. arithmetic

Item 07

a. reccomendation
b. malign
d. basically
e. equipped

Item 08

a. believe
b. length
c. ommission
d. balance
e. optimism

Item 09

a. reference
b. immediately
e. immediately

Item 10

a. committee
b. accomodate
c. bookkeeper
d. leisurely
e. hierarchy