MCQ On Communication Practice Test 120

By | September 12, 2017

Communication questions for (Human/Buiseness/classroom)

Question 1
Which function of communication is illustrated when a person rolls his or her eyes while making a negative comment about another?
A
substituting
B
accenting
C
regulating
D
contradicting
Question 2
Predicting is the technique to forecast what the speaker will say.
A
True
B
False
C
It depends on situation
D
sometimes true sometimes false
Question 2 Explanation: 
The statement is true. Predicting is the technique to forecast what the speaker will say or place the idea before the audience.
Question 3
Which of these causes a problem?
A
Intellectual freedom
B
Moral bondage
C
First hand life
D
Cultural exchange
Question 3 Explanation: 
There is no need to be critical of others, no matter how foolish it may appear to you. Two people may exist mutually in intellectual freedom. The problem arises when we seek moral bondage.
Question 4
In which period was there a large migration of young men and women from small rural communities to urban centers?
A
The Colonial Period
B
The Early Industrial Period
C
The Progressive Period
D
The Mid-century twentieth century
Question 5
A moderator is a monitor of a group discussion.
A
True
B
False
C
It depends on situation
D
sometimes true sometimes false
Question 5 Explanation: 
The statement is true. A moderator is a monitor and observer of a group discussion. Group discussion takes place in his presence.
Question 6
We can communicate large number of people through....
A
Print Media
B
TV
C
Mass media
D
All the above
Question 7
'She compared me with her friend'-the statement is correct.
A
True
B
It depends on situation
C
sometimes true sometimes false
D
False
Question 7 Explanation: 
The statement is incorrect. The correct statement is: She compared me to her friend. Compare to is used to note similarities between dissimilar things.
Question 8
Downward and upward flows of information are both instances of.... communication.
A
grapevine
B
horizontal communication
C
barrier
D
Vertical
Question 9
A group decision by minority often refers to a decision by
A
a group of rabble-rousers.
B
committee.
C
a small group of external experts.
D
autocratic leaders.
Question 10
When a teacher is being treated as an effective communicator, the teacher's duty should be
A
That he will be communicating thinking ability in students
B
That he will be imparting knowledge through lesson-teaching and healthy discussions
C
That he will be discussing the content with students
D
All the above are correct
Question 11
Which of these is not a type of sentence?
A
Simple
B
Continuous
C
Compound
D
Complex
Question 11 Explanation: 
Sentences can be broadly classified into three types. They are: Simple sentences, Compound sentences and Complex sentences.
Question 12
Where is the leave-taking mentioned in an order letter?
A
Top left
B
Top right
C
Bottom left
D
Bottom right
Question 12 Explanation: 
The courteous leave-taking is mentioned in the bottom right corner after the main body of the letter along with signature and designation.
Question 13
Effective Communication takes place when
A
source is attractive and authoritarian
B
message design incorporates audience
C
modern communication technologies are used
D
receivers are passive recipient
Question 14
Plagiarism involved when a speaker steals a speech in its entirety, claiming it as his or her own.
A
Global
B
Orientation
C
Affect displays
D
Uncertainty avoidance
Question 15
The most important aspect of communication listening, can be improved by
A
making the attention fully paid
B
making the communicated material novel-interesting and need based
C
making voice effective and impressive
D
all of these
Question 16
Persuasive speakers who adhere to the principles of social judgment theory tend to
A
seek realistic, if modest, goals from the audience's latitude of noncommitment.
B
seek to move audiences to accept positions now in their latitude of rejection.
C
seek to widen an audience's latitude of noncommitment.
D
All of these are correct.
There are 16 questions to complete.

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