MCQ On Communication Practice Test- 147

By | May 27, 2018

Communication questions for (Human/Buiseness/classroom)

Question 1
Bob cooks for his girlfriend; it's his way of showing her he cares about her. His cooking is an example of
A
dissonance
B
a terminal value
C
a relational currency
D
self-promotion
Question 2
Environmental barriers are the same as.... noise.
A
Physiological
B
psychological
C
physical
D
sociological
Question 3
Linus is really upset with Janice. So Linus confronts Janice and shares his displeasure and says he doesn't want her to take his book anymore without asking.In turn, he promises not to exclude her from working on his team. Which mode of communication is Linus using?
A
Aggressive style
B
Manipulative style
C
Passive style
D
Assertive style
Question 4
Effective communication requires
A
Connection, an uncommon purpose and mutual understanding
B
Receiving and understanding
C
Understanding of different environmental factors
D
None of the above
Question 5
A scientist's philosophical questions about the proper role of values in research and theory building.
A
Speech acts theory
B
Noise
C
Axiology
D
Feedback
Question 6
Drive, visible interest, and the incentive to produce.
A
Media literacy
B
Persuasive speeches
C
Motivation
D
Sign
Question 7
Which of these means ''from the beginning''?
A
ad hoc
B
ab intio
C
a priori
D
ad interim
Question 7 Explanation: 
ad intio is a latin phrase which means ''from the beginning''. Ad hoc means ''made or done for a particular purpose''.
Question 8
Rules for visual aids include all of the following except
A
simplify.
B
make your aid small and portable.
C
choose an appropriate aid for your audience and topic.
D
make your aid visually neat and attractive.
Question 9
Which of these does not demonstrate audience involvement?
A
In a speech about skin tone, ask audience members to pinch their elbow skin, and explain how to judge skin tone from the number of seconds it takes for the skin to "pop" back.
B
In a speech about blindness, ask audience members to close their eyes for twenty seconds.
C
In a speech about self-concept, ask members of the audience to write down their five "best" traits.
D
All of these represent examples of audience involvement.
Question 10
Emotional gestures.
A
Persuasive speeches
B
Kinesics
C
Affect displays
D
Response changing
Question 11
In synchronous communication
A
people are linked directly.
B
people are not linked directly.
C
communication occurs in real time.
D
A and C only.
Question 12
To which of these people is the report not very crucial?
A
Engineers
B
Scientists
C
Teachers
D
Business executives
Question 12 Explanation: 
Reports are of crucial importance to engineers, scientists, business executives and public administrators.
Question 13
Novel reading is an example of
A
Intensive reading
B
Extensive vending
C
Scanning
D
Skimming
Question 14
What is the first thing you must utter when you pick up a call?
A
Your name and designation
B
Who is calling?
C
Why did you call?
D
What do you want?
Question 14 Explanation: 
The first thing you must do is utter your full name and designation. After your own introduction, ask the caller to reveal his name and designation.
Question 15
People often have negative emotional responses to external environments, which include
A
The environment of family and friends.
B
The environment of their family and the people they see when shopping.
C
Financial, social, physical and spiritual environments as well as possible unknown future environments.
D
Physical layout of the health service and the appearance of the health professional.
Question 16
Compared to all other types of adornment, clothing gives the largest number of cues about a wearer. Which of the following areas is NOT likely to be judged, based on clothing?
A
intelligence
B
educational level
C
level of success
D
moral character
There are 16 questions to complete.

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