MCQ On Communication Practice Test- 141

By | May 27, 2018

Communication questions for (Human/Buiseness/classroom)

Question 1
Which of the following is a trait of a poor listener?
A
Doesn't criticize, is non-judgmental.
B
gives little feedback.
C
Asks questions in a non-threatening tone.
D
All of the above describe a poor listener.
Question 2
Rules describing the proper construction of phrases and sentences.
A
Cookies
B
Power distance
C
Transmissional model
D
Grammar
Question 3
In our own time and culture, intimate relationships are likely to be defined as
A
a unique bond between two people
B
involving interdependence, individualized rules and personal disclosures
C
relatively affectionate, intrinsically rewarding, and irreplaceable
D
all of the above
Question 4
Which of these is not listed in the introduction of technical description of a process?
A
Statement of process
B
Reason to perform the process
C
Main steps
D
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.
Question 5
The 60 years of research between the late 1920s and the 1990s support the overall conclusion that the magic bullet idea:
A
is correct.
B
has no merit.
C
is very effective.
D
has been proven.
Question 6
A combination of document analysis, observations and interviews are applied usefully in
A
Content analysis
B
Case study
C
Survey research
D
Field experiment
Question 7
.... is a teaching aid which consists of a series cards:
A
Flannel graph
B
Flash card
C
Booklet
D
None of these
Question 8
Which of the following is an example of mediated communication?
A
A newscaster delivers the weather report on the six o'clock news.
B
Two friends gossip with one another.
C
Students work on a class project together.
D
A politician addresses a nominating convention.
Question 9
A receiver communicates his response to the sender through....
A
grapevine
B
horizontal communication
C
barrier
D
feedback
Question 10
Convert the following complex sentence into a simple sentence: It is sad that she died so young.
A
Her death at so early an age is sad.
B
She dying so young is sad.
C
It is sad to know that she died at an early age.
D
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'.
Question 11
ONE of the following groups is the components of The Rhetorical Triangle.
A
Appeal and logic
B
Appeal, emotion and logic
C
Appeal, resolution and logic
D
Resolution, logic and emotion
Question 12
Which of these questions asks the candidate to talk about something?
A
Open questions
B
Closed questions
C
Probing questions
D
Loaded questions
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.
Question 13
Intonation is the use of
A
Words
B
Sentences
C
Tunes
D
Syllables
Question 14
In describing a proposed solution, which question(s) must a speaker be sure to answer?
A
What will it cost?
B
Will it work?
C
What are the advantages?
D
b and c
Question 15
In writing business letters, one has to be:
A
friendly
B
dull
C
conventional
D
formal
Question 16
If you get appointment in a college as a teacher, how could you behave with your students?
A
Autocratic manner
B
Democratic manner
C
Laissez-faire manner
D
Intellectual manner
There are 16 questions to complete.

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