Communication questions for (Human/Buiseness/classroom)
In a line of investigation called...., researchers have tried to determine just how people combine different kinds of visible features attributed to a person into an overall configuration of beliefs about that person.
implicit personality theory
explicit personality theory
discovery of personality
What statement concerning placing bids and responding to bids is FALSE?
This is a skill that can be learned.
It may be enhanced by good emotional skills learned in the family of origin.
Any single bid becomes more important than the larger pattern or context in which it is embedded.
When this process is performed well, communication lines are kept open and misunderstandings can be avoided.
When a sentence can reasonably be interpreted in more than one way.
Which of the conjunctions is used in the following transformation? Simple: Besides being pretty, she is intelligent. Compound: Not only is she pretty, but she is also intelligent.
Question 4 Explanation:
The conjunction used in the above transformation is cumulative conjunction. The simple sentence is converted into a compound sentence that is a double sentence using a conjunction.
Jackson and Jamieson believe we accept spin uncritically because:
When asked to think critically about an issue we are
We let ourselves be distracted by attractive images,
We accept anecdotes as facts.
All of the above.
A limitation of informal communication is that it is:
Which of these is the fourth ingredient in a group discussion?
Question 7 Explanation:
Informality is the fourth ingredient in a group discussion. Informality and cordiality are essential to encourage the fullest possible participation.
if you invite personal friends and colleagues in your son's birthday party, the procedure of invitation will be
Only personal invitation will be extended to most dear ones.
Only a specific group of teachers will be invited.
Extend invitation to all the teachers without any distinction.
You would invite all the personnel of the school.
Which of these is not a step in the technical description of a process?
Listing of main steps
Question 9 Explanation:
There are four steps in the technical description of a process. They are: Introduction, listing of main steps, explanation of each step and conclusion.
Which of these is used to express habitual actions?
Present perfect tense
Simple present tense
Past continuous tense
Present continuous tense
Question 10 Explanation:
The simple present tense is used to express habitual actions. For example: I bathe every morning. It is also used to express general truths.
The idea of.... refers to formulating and transmitting verbal and nonverbal messages to other people about the kind of person you are.
presentation of self
The majority of persons affected by aphasia are within what age range?
12 and under
65 and older
Consider the following statements in communication:
- Hema Malini is the Chairperson of the Children's Film Society, India.
- Yash Chopra is the Chairman of the Central Board of Film Certification of India.
- Sharmila Tagore is the Chairperson of National Film Development Corporation.
- Dilip Kumar, Raj Kapoor and Preeti Zinta have all been recipients of Dada Saheb Phalke Award.
I and III
II and III
Which of these is not a limitation of grapevine?
Question 14 Explanation:
The grapevine has three major limitations: distortion, incomplete information and damaging swiftness. A grapevine spreads baseless or distorted news and the information is usually incomplete. The swiftness with which the grapevine transmits may even be damaging.
What is a participle linked to the wrong noun or pronoun called?
Question 15 Explanation:
A participle linked to the wrong noun or pronoun is said to be misrelated. For example, Waiting for my mother, a truck came and hit me. The correct form is: As I was waiting for my mother a truck came and hit me.
In which of these, the gerund is the subject of the verb?
Sleeping is his favourite pastime.
I love sleeping.
I like eating apples.
He loves accumulating wealth.
Question 16 Explanation:
The correct statement is: Sleeping is his favourite pastime. A gerund, like a noun, can be the subject of the verb, but like a verb, it also takes an object.
There are 16 questions to complete.