Write “I love you” if the statement is true and “Let’s
break-up” if the statement is false.
_______1. Frozen speech style is the most formal style of
speech for respectful events and ceremonies.
_______2. Formal speeches are straightforward speeches.
_______3. Formal style does not allow omissions and
_______4. Examples of formal style are announcements , state
addresses, and official meetings.
_______5. Examples of frozen style are state affairs, school
creeds, and national anthem.
3. _______6. Formal speech style is also called the oratorical style.
_______7. Formal speech style is the style used in print or
_______8. Speech act is an utterance that a speaker makes to
achieve an intended effect.
_______9. Johnny Austin Russell is a language philosopher who
developed the Speech Act Theory.
_______10. Frozen style is a language that are always changing.
4. ANSWER KEY:
1.I LOVE YOU
2.I LOVE YOU
3.I LOVE YOU
4.I LOVE YOU
5.I LOVE YOU
6. LET’S BREAK-UP
7. LET’S BREAK-UP
8. I LOVE YOU
9. LET’S BREAK-UP
10. LET’S BREAK-UP
6. What is frozen speech style?
Frozen speech style is usually used in formal
settings. It is the most formal style of communication
wherein the audience is not allowed to raise
questions to the speaker. It is a style of
communication that almost never changes. It has a
fixed and static language and uses long sentences
with good command of grammar.
19. SPEECH ACT
Speech act refers not only to the
utterance ( Locutionary Act ) but also to
the intention ( Illocutionary Act ) and
response ( Perlocutionary Act ) to a
specific situation for an intended
24. POST TEST: (5 pts. each)
1.Why is there a need to observe appropriate language in
immersing the different types of speech style?
2.What is the difference between formal and frozen speech
3.What is the essence of learning the different types of speech
4.As a Senior High student, how can you embrace the
significance of learning the different types of speech style?