MCQ On Communication Practice Test 50

By | September 12, 2017

Communication questions for (Human/Buiseness/classroom)

Question 1
Active listening is essential for a health professional. It is
A
Listening carefully while looking the person in the eye.
B
Actively engaging with the person through non-verbal behaviours.
C
Sitting opposite the person, looking at them, leaning forward and concentrating on every word they say.
D
Keeping yourself awake by being active in your seat to increase your concentration.
Question 2
Which of the following is not a true statement?
A
A good communicator-cannot be judged as a good teacher
B
A good communicator-has the satirical (Humorous) expressions
C
A good communicator-is an exhaustive reader
D
A good communicator has the mastery over language
Question 3
When choosing participants for an experiment, an investigator most effectively ensures that the resultant effects are not due to any preexisting group difference by....
A
assigning participants alphabetically to treatment and control conditions
B
letting participants choose treatment or control groups
C
assigning participants randomly to either treatment or control groups
D
assigning students who arrive first to the treatment condition.
Question 4
Which of the following sentences about reports is NOT true?
A
A short report is meant to convey information in an efficient, compact format.
B
An annual report is usually published once a year for shareholders as well as for employers.
C
A recommendation report examines a situation and concludes with specific recommendations.
D
A proposal is a report written to convince a reader that a need exists and that specific action should be taken to remedy that need.
Question 5
When infinitive is active, what forms can it be present in?
A
Present
B
Perfect
C
Present and perfect
D
Continuous
Question 5 Explanation: 
The infinitive may be active or passive. When active, it may have a present and perfect form. It may merely name the act, or it may represent progressive or continued action.
Question 6
Words that carry so much emotion that they cloud reason.
A
Social Exchange Theory
B
Halo effect
C
Green-flag words
D
Polysemic
Question 7
Where are the details of enclosures mentioned?
A
Beginning of the letter
B
Below the signature column
C
Right-hand side of the letter
D
Main body of the letter
Question 7 Explanation: 
The detail of enclosures is placed below the signature column. They are aligned with the left-hand side of the letter.
Question 8
When was the national channel started up broadcast quality music.
A
18 May, 1988
B
18 May, 1936
C
18 May, 1947
D
18 May, 1992
Question 9
Full stops must be omitted from abbreviations.
A
True
B
False
C
It depends on situation
D
sometimes true sometimes false
Question 9 Explanation: 
The statement is true. Full stops must be omitted from abbreviations, unless they are to be retained for clarity.
Question 10
Which is not 24 hours news channel (J-2009)
A
NDTV24x7
B
ZEE News
C
Aajtak
D
Lok Sabha channel
Question 11
Which of the following is NOT one of Altman and Taylor's three types of relationship rewards?
A
instrumental
B
extrinsic
C
sympathetic
D
intrinsic
Question 12
Gathering information about audience characteristics in preparation for a speech.
A
Convergence
B
Transmission model
C
Uncertainty avoidance
D
Audience analysis
Question 13
Communication that occurs when messages are relayed and meaning made without the use of the spoken word.
A
Group breakdown
B
Source credibility
C
Critical listening
D
Nonverbal communication
Question 14
The act passed to overcome certain difficulties in respect of fixation of the rate of wages is
A
Working journalist act 1958
B
Press act of 1951
C
Newspaper act 1956
D
Newspaper act 1907
Question 15
Listeners who tend to neglect the emotional and nonverbal aspect of a speaker's behavior, instead relying on rational appraisal based on their educational training.
A
Feedback
B
Intellectual listeners
C
Ethnocentrism
D
Listening
Question 16
The facial expression of persons conveys
A
message
B
receiver
C
Sender
D
medium
There are 16 questions to complete.

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