MCQ On Communication Practice Test 103

By | September 12, 2017

Communication questions for (Human/Buiseness/classroom)

Question 1
A reaction that the receiver gives to the message sent by the sender
A
reciprocal
B
feedback
C
nonverbal communication
D
oral communication
Question 2
Convert the following direct speech to indirect speech: She said, ''We will analyse this tomorrow.''
A
She said that they would analyse it the next day.
B
She said that we would analyse it the next day.
C
She said that they will analyse it the next day.
D
She said that we will analyse it the next day.
Question 2 Explanation: 
The correct statement is: She said that they would analyse it the next day. This/ these used as pronouns can become it.
Question 3
Workers-demands for a greater say in decision making within an organisation leads to.... conflict.
A
hearing
B
stammering
C
negative
D
organizational
Question 4
Which of the following best illustrates the process of individuation during impression formation?
A
actively attending to and organizing information about an individual person, free of stereotypes or other categorical expectations
B
treating a person as an exception or special case within a social category e.g., the best teacher I ever had
C
automatically perceiving the other as an example of social category e.g., boss, teacher, nerd, jock
D
all of the above
Question 5
The main purpose of evaluative listening is
A
to accept or reject an idea given to the listener
B
to evaluate the speaker's credibility and personality
C
both of above
D
none of these
Question 6
Any style must convey moral truth.
A
True
B
False
C
It depends on situation
D
sometimes true sometimes false
Question 6 Explanation: 
The statement is true. Any style must convey intellectual and moral truth. Most writers tend to hide truth. Their language becomes a vehicle of ambiguity.
Question 7
A modal self is
A
the ideal person for a given social order
B
a person who never goes to extremes
C
the kind of person who monitors his own behavior in social situations
D
the kind of self valued in the nineteenth century but devalued in the twentieth century
Question 8
Generally speaking, in business we communicate:
A
only to inform
B
only to entertain
C
to both persuade and inform
D
only to persuade
Question 9
The substitution of vague or less emotionally charged words for more direct options.
A
Power distance
B
Euphemism
C
Cookies
D
Convergence
Question 10
.... is an example of health magazine (
A
World Health
B
Swasth Hind
C
Arogya Masika
D
All the above
Question 11
Oral communication is better than written communication for:
A
saving time
B
conveying feelings and emotions
C
providing opportunity to refer back
D
conveying facts and opinions
Question 12
Which of these is not mentioned in a skills profile?
A
Career aim
B
Academic achievements
C
Interests
D
Employment
Question 12 Explanation: 
A skills profile is different from a job description CV. You can highlight your skills here. You can mention details like career aim, employment, experience, sales, etc..
Question 13
Following the thinking of social judgment theory, a speaker who is trying to persuade an audience will do best to appeal to propositions within the audience's
A
anchor.
B
latitude of acceptance.
C
latitude of noncommitment.
D
latitude of rejection
Question 14
The writer's address is placed at the top left corner.
A
True
B
False
C
It depends on situation
D
sometimes true sometimes false
Question 14 Explanation: 
The statement is false. The writer's address is placed at the top right hand corner of the first page. The date should be placed just below it.
Question 15
Fill in the blank. Neither Ramesh nor his brother.... present in the office.
A
are
B
was
C
were
D
there
Question 15 Explanation: 
The correct statement is: Neither Ramesh nor his brother was present in the office. Here, the subject consists of two singular words, hence, the verb takes singular form.
Question 16
In case of double subject, when does verb takes plural form?
A
When both subjects represent same plan.
B
When both subjects are singular.
C
When one of the subjects is plural.
D
When the subject has multiple nouns.
Question 16 Explanation: 
When one of the subjects is plural, the verb takes up plural form. For example: Neither Ram nor his brothers were present in the office.
There are 16 questions to complete.

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