MCQ On Communication Practice Test 80

By | September 12, 2017

Communication questions for (Human/Buiseness/classroom)

Question 1
A health professional who reflects is able to
A
Identify the reasons for their negative reactions and resolve the causes of these reactions.
B
See those things that need changing in another person.
C
Explore the feelings of others.
D
Relate to negative emotions in other people.
Question 2
A dependent clause may refer to a noun or pronoun in the main clause.
A
True
B
False
C
It depends on situation
D
sometimes true sometimes false
Question 2 Explanation: 
The statement is true. A dependent clause may refer to a noun or pronoun in the main clause. It is joined with the main clause by connectors like what, which, whose, etc.
Question 3
Cohesion binding groups accomplishing separate tasks but which are reliant upon each other to reach an ultimate goal.
A
Hearing
B
Transactive memory
C
Cultural presupposition
D
Dependency-based
Question 4
In business, oral communication is suitable for:
A
confusing workers
B
delaying the decision-making process
C
recording things
D
discussing things
Question 5
.... is the Socratic method of communication.
A
One way communication
B
Two way communication
C
Both
D
None of these
Question 6
The advantage of Feedback in the process of communication is
A
It clarifies the communication
B
It is beneficial in understanding of the subject-matter
C
It diagnoses the defects in messages sender or communicator
D
It explores the defects in receiver
Question 7
Most people have a.... attitude towards criticism.
A
hearing
B
stammering
C
negative
D
filtering
Question 8
Correct the incorrect statement: He said I owe him money.
A
He said I owed him money.
B
He said I had been owing him money.
C
He said I shall owe him money.
D
He said I am owing him money.
Question 8 Explanation: 
The correct statement is: He said I owed him money. When the main verb is past, the verb in the reporting clause is also past.
Question 9
Gender-specific language and patterns of communication
A
usually become more differentiated by adolescence.
B
should be understood so that stereotypes can be overcome.
C
are consistent, even when the power distance between men and women is removed.
D
begin in childhood and are learned from peers.
Question 10
Composing a concise and readable.... is one of the most important job skills that one can master.
A
article
B
letter
C
caption
D
essay
Question 11
To make a presentation effective and impressive, you should use:
A
a simple and active form of sentences
B
complex sentences
C
passive sentences
D
jargon
Question 12
Which of the following methods of communication would be most effective in classroom?
A
Lecture method
B
Multimedia method
C
Presenting written matter with the Lectures
D
Presenting written notes
Question 13
The best way to live life is second hand.
A
True
B
False
C
It depends on situation
D
sometimes true sometimes false
Question 13 Explanation: 
The statement is false. The best way to live life is first hand and to let others live their lives first hand as well. People who live first hand acknowledge truth from others and are rarely bothered with false criticism.
Question 14
Successful provision of information may ensure that
A
The person seeking assistance will feel comfortable and less vulnerable.
B
The health professional and the person seeking assistance will feel relieved and have positive expectations of their therapeutic relationship.
C
The person seeking assistance will act and react appropriately to the events involved in seeking assistance from a health professional.
D
The person seeking assistance is a good listener.
Question 15
Which of these terms refer to the study of hearing and perception of speech sounds?
A
Articulatory phonetics
B
Acoustic phonetics
C
Auditory phonetics
D
Laboratory phonetics
Question 15 Explanation: 
Auditory phonetics is the study of hearing and perception of speech sounds. Articulatory phonetics deals with the movement of speech organs whereas Acoustic phonetics deals with the physical properties of speech sounds.
Question 16
A physician's waiting room, office, and examination room are part of
A
abstract features of many different interactions
B
setting
C
back region
D
role set
There are 16 questions to complete.

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