MCQ On Communication Practice Test 134

By | September 12, 2017

Communication questions for (Human/Buiseness/classroom)

Question 1
In....method of group teaching, there is no active participation from learners:
A
Lecture
B
Group discussion
C
Symposium
D
Roleplay
Question 2
Which of these is NOT an aspect of sound?
A
tone
B
inflection
C
pace
D
enunciation
Question 3
Cooley's model of communication includes the following elements:
A
source, encoding, decoding, receiver, and response
B
sender, encoding, decoding, and receiver
C
message, encoding, decoding, and response
D
sender, receiver, and response
Question 4
Which of the following is undertaken by the facilitator in a conflict situation?
A
Sale
B
Management
C
Mediation
D
Negotiation
Question 5
A written report is more formal than an oral report.
A
True
B
False
C
It depends on situation
D
sometimes true sometimes false
Question 5 Explanation: 
The statement is true. A written report is more formal in nature than an oral report and it removes almost every flaw inherent in an oral report.
Question 6
Which of the following is best suited with the Reader's Digest?
A
It is monthly periodical
B
It is a newspaper
C
It is quarterly periodical
D
None of the above
Question 7
The information which is transferred to the receiver has to be interpreted this process is called....
A
Encoding
B
Decoding
C
Opening
D
Closing
Question 8
Post-modernism is associated with (Jun-2010)
A
newspapers
B
magazines
C
radio
D
television
Question 9
The.... is the person who transmits the message.
A
Receiver
B
driver
C
sender
D
cleaner
Question 10
Which was the first Marathi daily published newspaper from Mumbai after independence?
A
Maharashtra Times
B
Loksatta
C
Bombay Darpan
D
DigDarshan
Question 11
Punctuation means
A
Marks
B
Regularity
C
Sound
D
Alphabets
Question 12
Persons decide whether to call themselves Mexican-American, Hispanic, Latino/a, or Chicano/a, and others decide among Negro, black, and African-American, and still others choose from Euroamerican, Anglo, and white. The conscious choice of a name demonstrates the use of both shape and reflect attitudes toward themselves.
A
syntactic rules
B
equivocation
C
language
D
stereotypes
Question 13
Speaking with names is
A
an indirect way of offering comfort
B
a polite way of speaking in which people use formal terms (like "Sir") to address one another
C
an impolite way of speaking in which people are on a first-name basis with everyone, including those above them in status
D
a way people threaten one another by calling each other insulting names
Question 14
Power distance refers to the extent of the gap between
A
in-groups and out-groups influence on communication.
B
high-context and low-context views on social classes.
C
self-reliance and competition.
D
social groups whose members possess resources and influence and those whose members don't.
Question 15
.... is the first enemy of communication.
A
Noise
B
Clarity
C
Politeness
D
Completeness
Question 15 Explanation: 
The correct statement is: Noise is the first and foremost enemy of communication. Every possible effort must be made to eliminate the element of noise that distorts communication.
Question 16
.... have the responsibility to understand the way a message is to be communicated.
A
Senders
B
Receivers
C
Encoders
D
Decoders
There are 16 questions to complete.

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