MCQ On Communication Practice Test 72

By | September 12, 2017

Communication questions for (Human/Buiseness/classroom)

Question 1
A.... describes how closely two constructs are related.
A
correlation
B
hypothesis
C
theory
D
principle
Question 2
Which of these is not a coordinating conjunction?
A
Cumulative
B
Adversative
C
Possessive
D
Alternative
Question 2 Explanation: 
Co-ordinating conjunctions can be classified into four types. They are: Cumulative, adversative, alternative and illative.
Question 3
Where is the name of the organization mentioned in the tender?
A
Top left
B
Top center
C
Top right
D
Bottom center
Question 3 Explanation: 
The name of the organization along with tender notice number and date is mentioned in the top center in bold in the beginning.
Question 4
Which of these is an example of present participle?
A
Studying
B
Having finished
C
Stolen money
D
Having been told
Question 4 Explanation: 
The form of the present participle is the infinitive + ing. For example, working, studying, eating. Having finished is an example of the active perfect participle and stolen money is an example of the past participle.
Question 5
What percentage of the U.S population has access to the Internet?
A
33%
B
50%
C
75%
D
90%
Question 6
Which of these factors do not enhance listening skills?
A
Attention
B
Clear perception
C
Fakeness
D
Frankness
Question 6 Explanation: 
There are five factors that enhance the listening skills of the participant. They are: attention, clear perception, analytical approach, frankness and taking notes.
Question 7
What does sloppy Copy related to?
A
Pre-writing
B
Editing
C
Rough draft
D
Publish
Question 8
Which of the following methods of communication is the most effective?
A
Presenting written material
B
Presenting written material along with film projector
C
Multi-media method
D
Can not be determined
Question 9
Which of these show trend of progress over a known period?
A
Rectilinear graph
B
Tables
C
Multiline graphs
D
Bar graphs
Question 9 Explanation: 
Rectilinear graphs show trend of progress over a known period. They are useful to indicate change over a period of time.
Question 10
A presentation is a form of oral communication in which a person shares factual information with an audience that is:
A
mixed
B
specific
C
small
D
large
Question 11
The substitution of an otherwise-offensive-word with another which is considered offensive is called....
A
euphemism
B
oxymoron
C
adjective
D
advanced
Question 12
Which of these has more in its comparative degree?
A
Small
B
Nice
C
Heavy
D
Difficult
Question 12 Explanation: 
Adjectives of more than two syllables, and many of those with two, form the comparative by using the adverb more with the positive, and the superlative by using the adverb most with the positive. For example, difficult, more difficult and most difficult.
Question 13
Which of the following is NOT an essential question when evaluating whether a potential partner is ready for a relationship?
A
Is this person able to communicate with you openly and honestly?
B
Is this person ready to make you happy?
C
Does this person appear to have a strong self-concept?
D
Is this person aware of the time and effort required to have a long-term, loving relationship?
Question 14
The use of space and distance to make meaning.
A
Need to belong
B
Attitude
C
Framing
D
Proxemics
Question 15
When you are unable to follow the foreigner's language, the communication of message will be carried out through
A
Speaking loudly or screaming
B
Symbolic language
C
Learning his language
D
Can-t say
Question 16
Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer using the codes given below: \begin{table}[H] \begin{tabular}{|l|l|}\hline List-I (Artists) &List-II (Art) \\\hline A. Amrita Shergill & i) Flute \\\hline B. T. Swaminathan Pillai &ii) Classical Song \\\hline C. Bhimsenjoshi &iii)Painting \\\hline D. Padma Subramanian &iv)Bharat Natyam \\\hline \end{tabular}\end{table}
A
$A-iii, B-i, C-ii, D-iv $
B
$A-ii, B-iii, C-i, D-iv$
C
$A-iv, B-ii, C-iii, D-i$
D
$A-i, B-iv, C-ii, D-iii$
There are 16 questions to complete.

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