Communication questions for (Human/Buiseness/classroom)
Communication is best described as
a one-way process.
a process involving senders receivers.
an exchange primarily involving verbal messages.
a sharing of ideas that mainly involves verbal messages and an exchange of feelings that mainly involves nonverbal messages.
Media organisations sometimes survey people about their political opinions or voting behaviour. Such surveys are called
Criteria for evaluating the source of incoming messages and characteristics of what is being said against whatever we have selected as standards for judgment include ways of deciding whether a source is....
Who is the leader of the news service division?
Editor in charge
Which of these is not an answering strategy?
Question 5 Explanation:
There are seven answering strategies. They are: attentiveness, accuracy, brevity, focus, clarity, positive attitude and logical thinking.
Understanding....different parts of speech forms the base of leaning grammar
In any meeting, the most worthwhile impact is made by....
Question 7 Explanation:
In any meeting, the most worthwhile impact is made by facts. The more profound the facts the greater is the impact that a speaker would leave in a meeting.
Which of these points need not be mentioned in a notice?
Address of company
Question 8 Explanation:
There are seven points which are to be mentioned in a notice. They are: Name, address and contact details of company, date, heading, notice details, name and designation, enclosure and to details.
One of the elements driving groups toward their goals; the rewards and punishments faced by group members.
Which of these is not an article?
Question 10 Explanation:
A, an and the are called articles in English grammar. An is used before a vowel or silent h.
In a group discussion, we should be....
Question 11 Explanation:
In a group discussion we must be assertive. There is no room for dominating others. There is no place for subjectivity or personal prejudices.
The number of branches of phonetics are
Which of following is NOT one of the characteristics that make Internet communication unique from face-to-face communication?
access to the Internet
Exchanging information effectively with others
A.... speaker looks into the eyes of the audience.
Question 15 Explanation:
It is best to look straight into the eyes of the audience. This would convince the audience that you are a confident speaker.
Where is the signature mentioned in a memorandum?
Question 16 Explanation:
A memorandum is also a form of a report which is almost like a letter. The signature of the person whose sign is required must be mentioned in the bottom right corner.
There are 16 questions to complete.