Communication questions for (Human/Buiseness/classroom)
Which of the following is a trait of a poor listener?
Doesn't criticize, is non-judgmental.
gives little feedback.
Asks questions in a non-threatening tone.
All of the above describe a poor listener.
Rules describing the proper construction of phrases and sentences.
In our own time and culture, intimate relationships are likely to be defined as
a unique bond between two people
involving interdependence, individualized rules and personal disclosures
relatively affectionate, intrinsically rewarding, and irreplaceable
all of the above
Which of these is not listed in the introduction of technical description of a process?
Statement of process
Reason to perform the process
List of tools
Question 4 Explanation:
Begin the description of a process with an introduction. This must state the process and also state why the process must be performed. A list of tools required to perform the process may also be given.
The 60 years of research between the late 1920s and the 1990s support the overall conclusion that the magic bullet idea:
has no merit.
is very effective.
has been proven.
A combination of document analysis, observations and interviews are applied usefully in
.... is a teaching aid which consists of a series cards:
None of these
Which of the following is an example of mediated communication?
A newscaster delivers the weather report on the six o'clock news.
Two friends gossip with one another.
Students work on a class project together.
A politician addresses a nominating convention.
A receiver communicates his response to the sender through....
Convert the following complex sentence into a simple sentence: It is sad that she died so young.
Her death at so early an age is sad.
She dying so young is sad.
It is sad to know that she died at an early age.
She dying at an early age is sad.
Question 10 Explanation:
The correct simple sentence is: Her death at so early an age is sad. A complex sentence can be converted into a simple sentence by substituting a noun for the noun clause introduced by the conjunction 'that'.
ONE of the following groups is the components of The Rhetorical Triangle.
Appeal and logic
Appeal, emotion and logic
Appeal, resolution and logic
Resolution, logic and emotion
Which of these questions asks the candidate to talk about something?
Question 12 Explanation:
An open question asks the candidate to talk about something. Its main purpose is to encourage the candidates to talk broadly about a topic or subject.
Intonation is the use of
In describing a proposed solution, which question(s) must a speaker be sure to answer?
What will it cost?
Will it work?
What are the advantages?
b and c
In writing business letters, one has to be:
If you get appointment in a college as a teacher, how could you behave with your students?
There are 16 questions to complete.