MCQ On Communication Practice Test- 168

By | May 27, 2018

Communication questions for (Human/Buiseness/classroom)

Question 1
Where is the name and address mentioned in a skills profile?
A
Top left corner
B
Top right corner
C
Bottom left corner
D
Bottom right corner
Question 1 Explanation: 
The name and address is mentioned in the top left corner in a specimen skills profile. Along with this, career aim, employment and experience is mentioned.
Question 2
All are advantages of letters EXCEPT:
A
letters are portable.
B
letters are private, and protected by law.
C
letters are hard copy.
D
letters impose a length limitation
Question 3
Question-Answer method adopted by a health educator is a...style of communication.
A
Participatory
B
Nonparticipatory
C
both
D
None of these
Question 4
A bid as
A
a type of feedback that is a response to a verbal message.
B
part of a process that leads to a greater level of physical attractiveness.
C
a type of small talk that is effective in making a good impression on someone you meet for the first time.
D
any type of expression that indicates a desire to feel connected to another person.
Question 5
The ability to understand and make full, active, and informed use of computer sources is called
A
digital literacy.
B
intelligent.
C
email accessible.
D
media literacy.
Question 6
When a newspaper advertisement looks like a new story, it is called....
A
classified notice
B
reading notice
C
writing notice
D
spoken notice
Question 6 Explanation: 
The statement is: When a newspaper advertisement looks like a new story, it is called reading notice. They are the most expensive kind of newspaper advertisement.
Question 7
Which of these is not an eponym?
A
Bloomers
B
Boolean
C
Boycott
D
Basket
Question 7 Explanation: 
Basket is not an eponym. Bloomers is a women's loose fitting trousers gathered at the knee. It is named after American women's rights advocate Amelia. J. Bloomer.
Question 8
Which of the following teacher's quality is associated with his best teaching?
A
The abilities of the teacher
B
Teacher's abstinence
C
The oral expression of the teacher
D
The vocational commitment and love for the profession
Question 9
A cover letter is normally written by the:
A
CEO
B
reader
C
report writer
D
top management
Question 10
.... refers to all these factors that disrupt the communication.
A
Nonsense
B
noise
C
nowhere
D
nobody
Question 11
Which of this is not a punctuation mark?
A
Full stop
B
Comma
C
Colon
D
Hashtag
Question 11 Explanation: 
The main punctuation marks are full stop, comma, colon, semicolon, question mark, exclamation mark, hyphen, dash, brackets, apostrophe.
Question 12
Indirect persuasion would be most appropriate for someone who is
A
talking to a group of nonsmokers about the dangers of smoking.
B
talking to a group of Republicans about the merits of a Democratic proposal.
C
talking to students who are in class on time about the importance of promptness over tardiness.
D
talking to a group of teachers about the value of education.
Question 13
Which of these should be kept in mind while giving instructions?
A
The pitch of the receiver
B
The tone of the receiver
C
His ability to grasp information
D
The physical condition of the receiver
Question 13 Explanation: 
When giving instructions, keep in mind: the mental and emotional built up of the receiver, his ability to grasp information and act upon the instructions given to him.
Question 14
Effective communication can ONLY be achieved when:
  1. The audience is understood
  2. Feedback is encouraged
  3. Thoughts are organised
A
All of the above
B
All, except (1)
C
All, except (2)
D
All, except (3)
Question 15
The types of communication are
A
Two
B
Four
C
Six
D
Eight
Question 16
Which forms of courteous leave-taking are not used in friendly letters?
A
Yours affectionately
B
Yours truly
C
Yours sincerely
D
Your loving son
Question 16 Explanation: 
The forms of courteous leave-taking may be: Yours affectionately, Your loving son, Yours very sincerely, etc. Yours truly is used in formal letters.
There are 16 questions to complete.

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