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Rules in Alphabetic Filing Part 7

In the previous post we have learned how to file names with abbreviations. In this post, we are going to learn how to file business names. Rule 7 A business name is filed as written unless it is the name of an individual, on that case it should be transposed. Consider the following examples: Top One… Read More »

Civil Service Exam Vocabulary Week 7 – Set 2

This is the PCSR seventh vocabulary reviewer. 1.) Adamant– adjective Hard; inflexible Romy’s statement “My love for you is as adamant as Wolverine’s claws” made his friends tease him. 2.) Composure – noun Statement of mind under stress The rookie accepted all the challenges with composure. 3.) Embellish – verb Adorn; beautify; decorate Beads and… Read More »

Alphabetizing Quiz 6

File the following correctly. Item 01 a) Mngr. De Vera b) Mngr. De Leon c) Mngr. Dela Cruz d) Ms. Cervantes e) Mr. Cervacio 1) c-b-a-e-d 2) c-b-a-d-e 3) c-a-b-d-e 4) d-e-a-b-c 5) d-e-a-c-b Item 02 a) Dr. Gero b) Engr. Samonte c) Atty. Gregorio d) Fr. Ulpindo e) Arch. Dela Rosa 1) e-d-c-a-b 2) e-d-a-c-b 3)… Read More »

Rule 6 Alphabetizing Exercise

Rule 6 Alphabetizing Exercise 1) a) Gen. Mc Arthur b) Sis. Grace c) Ms. Ludovice d) Ptr. Romy e) Capt. Gordon 2) a) Engr. Rivera b) Atty. Carbonel c) Fr. Ambrocio d) Atty. Lao e) Bro. Junjun 3) a) Pen and Paper Bookstore Inc. b) Pepper and Lemon Fastfood Inc. c) Seven Island Co. d) Ace… Read More »

Rules in Alphabetic Filing Part 6

In the previous post we have learned how to file names with professional and personal titles. In this post, we are going to learn how to file names with abbreviations. Rule 6 All abbreviations in names should be alphabetized as though they were spelled out. Consider the following examples: St. Peter Fr. Joel Mr. Cruz Ft.… Read More »

Civil Service Exam Vocabulary Week 6 – Set 2

This is the PCSR sixth vocabulary reviewer. 1.) Carnal– adjective Fleshly, sensual “People nowadays are more interested in carnal pleasures than spiritual matters”, Fr. Julyo said during his Sunday sermon. 2.) Declivity– adjective Downward slope or bend The kids are having fun skiing down the declivity. 3.) Heckler – noun Person who harasses others; someone… Read More »

Rule 5 Alphabetizing Exercise

Rule 5 Alphabetizing Exercise 1) a) Prince William b) Senator Pacquiao c) Mayor Teodoro d) Miss Minerva e) King Ned 2) a) Professor Mendoza b) Chancellor De Vera c) Sir Eugene d) Atty. Lao e) Father Carbajal 3) a) Father Andres Carbajal b) Doctor Jelly San Andres c) Sister Mercy Pastrana d) Professor Julius Ong-Lee… Read More »

Civil Service Exam Vocabulary Week 5 – Set 2

This is the PCSR fifth vocabulary reviewer. 1.) Adulation– noun Servile flattery, exaggerated and hypocritical praise, excessive admiration and praise The grand winner found it difficult to cope with the adulation of the fans. 2.) Bleak– adjective Unfavorable, unpromising, black, dim After their break-up, Mary paints a bleak picture of her future. 3.) Excoriate –… Read More »

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