MCQ On Communication Practice Test 74

By | September 12, 2017

Communication questions for (Human/Buiseness/classroom)

Question 1
If your students remain unsatisfied even after your teaching a particular lesson or content, what would you like to do under these conditions?
A
You will leave aside all fruitful efforts of teaching in order to enhance their understanding
B
You will be doing your best efforts again and again till they will not understand the content
C
You will think that again and again repetition of the same content is mere a destroying the time
D
You will be keeping sympathetic behaviour with the students
Question 2
Another name for interpersonal communication is
A
Mass communication
B
Face to face public communication
C
Dyadic communication
D
Virtual reality
Question 3
Two people communicating.
A
Dyad
B
Media literacy
C
Public space
D
Adverse event
Question 4
Books can be a powerful source of communication provided
A
content is totally abstract
B
language of the book is in English
C
content is illustrated
D
none of the above
Question 5
The non-verbal communication is possible through
A
Speech symbols
B
Eyes
C
Sense of touch
D
All of the above
Question 6
People who live life first hand, know the path of....
A
truth
B
reputation
C
fame
D
money
Question 6 Explanation: 
The correct statement is: People who live life first hand, know the path of truth. They acknowledge truth from others and are rarely bothered with false criticism.
Question 7
Which statement about the democratic leadership is FALSE?
A
Democratic leadership can also be functional, in that the leader may vary with the task.
B
The democratic leader does not intervene in discussion and does not impose an agenda.
C
This leadership style works best when everyone is equal in status and knowledge.
D
This style provides more opportunities for creative thinking than the authoritarian style.
Question 8
In comparing or contrasting the terms "anecdote" and "example, " which statement is correct?
A
They are actually synonyms.
B
They are actually antonyms.
C
An anecdote is much shorter than an example, and is best in an introduction.
D
An anecdote is a short, interesting story based on someone's experience while an example might be hypothetical.
Question 9
Which of these should not be present in a business letter?
A
The name of firm or businessman
B
The date
C
Business jagron
D
Courteous leave-taking
Question 9 Explanation: 
A business letter should be free of business or technical jagron or stereotyped expressions which convey nothing.
Question 10
.... is a form of play-acting using puppets....
A
Puppet show
B
Role play
C
Drama
D
Street play
Question 11
Which one of the following has the largest share in classroom communication/
A
Listening
B
Reading
C
Writing
D
Speaking
Question 12
Characteristics of all informal and formal communications are
A
same
B
structured
C
different
D
None of these
Question 13
Recent research in math shows that....
A
teachers in the U.S. should emphasize basic skills and formulas.
B
teachers in the U.S. are less likely to assign math homework than teachers in most other countries.
C
teachers in the U.S. are more likely to assign math homework than teachers in most other countries.
D
assigning math homework has no positive effect on students' overall learning and performance.
Question 14
Which of these is used to explain a preceding statement?
A
Comma
B
Hyphen
C
Semicolon
D
Colon
Question 14 Explanation: 
The colon is used to explain a preceding statement; as '' A teacher has to perform a role: he must impart information. ''
Question 15
Whereas basic vocabulary is simple, .... vocabulary is complex in nature.
A
euphemism
B
oxymoron
C
adjective
D
advanced
Question 16
Which of the following is not a successful communicator?
A
One who presents material in a precise and clear way.
B
One who is able to adapt himself according to the language of the communicate.
C
One who knows a lot but is somewhat reserve in his attitude
D
One who sometimes becomes informal before the receiver and develops rapport.
There are 16 questions to complete.

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