Communication questions for (Human/Buiseness/classroom)
Which of these is not considered in a telephonic conversation?
The tone of the speaker
The volume of the speaker
The emotional content of the communication
Question 1 Explanation:
Though body language and eye-contact does not come into consideration in a telephonic conversation, most other parameters of dyadic converted hold true for telephonic conversation.
In the communication process, to encode means to
Block a pathway between the sender and receiver of a message.
Interpret a code.
Speak to large groups of people.
Translate ideas into a code.
You have an auditory processing difficulty and cannot always understand directions when they are spoken too quickly. You experience.... noise.
All of these are correct.
Which of the steps in the process of coming together in a relationship is incorrectly described?
Experimenting: the stage when each person begins to express ideas, attitudes, and values to see how the other person will react.
Intensifying: conversations are filled with shared assumptions and experiences.
Integrating: personalities begin to merge and the two share most of their activities.
Bonding: a romantic commitment is made.
The.... largest ethnic category in the U.S. is made up of people whose surnames or cultural origins can be traced through their family background to a Spanish-speaking Latin American country or to Spain itself.
Which of the following does NOT constitute an aim of interpretive viewpoint of communication?
Concern with generalized theory of communication
Revealing the richness of communication
Use of the observation method
Record of conversations, stories, rituals, etc.
Which of the following strategies used by nondominant-group members in order to communicate to a dominant-group member is NOT correctly defined?
In nonassertive assimilation, the person would assume a role that is not true to his or her nature in order to be accepted.
In assertive assimilation, the person would carefully prepare and possibly overcompensate to fit in.
In aggressive assimilation, the person would go to any length to fit into the dominant group.
In assimilation, broadly considered, a person would drop cultural differences and distinctive in order to fit in.
Fill in the blank with an infinitive: Strawberries are good....
Question 8 Explanation:
The correct statement is: Strawberries are good to eat. The infinitive is used to qualify an adjective as shown in the above statement.
Choose the correct statement:
He comes always late for practice.
He always comes late for practice.
He comes late always for practice.
He comes late for practice always.
Question 9 Explanation:
The correct statement is: He always comes late for practice. Adverbs of indefinite time like, ever, never, sometimes and the adverbs almost, hardly, nearby are placed before the principal verb.
When using a personal inventory to select a topic, which of the following areas will be the least helpful?
leafing through the magazines and newspapers you read
finding out what interests friends or other students
considering how you spend your free time
thinking about any unusual skills you have or activities you have done
First generation Asian Americans are likely to value collaboration, conformity, loyalty, and acceptance of....
One-s negotiation objective should be:
Which of the following newspaper oldest and still existing?
Times of India
None of them existing now
Which of these means to influence?
Question 14 Explanation:
Affect and effect are homophones. Both these words are verbs. Affect means to influence while effect means to bring about.
Teaching method Role play ends with a....
None of these
In Internet technology ISP means
Internet service provider
Internet subscriber Porter
Internet subscriber provider
Internet system provider
There are 16 questions to complete.