Communication questions for (Human/Buiseness/classroom)
What is the maximum time for a short speech?
Question 1 Explanation:
A short speech is short in length and ranges from one to ten minutes. A long speech varies from ten minutes to one hour.
If a speaker winks after saying something, it suggests to the audience that the subject is:
All of the following are the limitations of televised Instruction except
televised lesson moves at a fixed speed and thus cannot take the individual differences of students into account
it does not permit the exchange of ideas between the teachers and taught
It does not properly help the students in making the materials clearly understood.
experts consume much time in planning and preparation of the programme.
The mood congruity hypothesis indicates that:
Memories are more easily retrieved when there is a match between the emotional state at the time the original memory was formed and when it is retrieved.
Memories are more easily retrieved when there is a match between the emotional states of the two persons involved in an interaction.
Mood swings have a dramatic effect on how people interact with one another.
Ones current mood tends to produce memories that contrast with that emotion.
.... is a method of learning.
All the above
If a concern develops over the amount of time you spend on the Internet, an effective method to determine how much time is too much time is to
contact a therapist and ask him or her.
post to Twitter and ask your friends.
track your time online accurately to assess if it's too much.
skip important social and recreational activities to use the Internet.
Which of the following is NOT an example of nonverbal communication?
Raising your voice
Signaling okay with a hand gesture
Gesturing in an empty room
The ability to think critically reflects a:
sharp business sense
Which of these terms do not need a definition?
Question 9 Explanation:
Terms which involve principles, concepts or processes need to be defined. It is done so that ambiguities can be removed and information can be made available to others.
Which of the following four listening styles is NOT correctly defined?
In a people listening style, the listener is concerned with the other person's feelings.
In a content listening style, the listener prefers clear, simple, and concrete information.
In an action listening style, the listener prefers organized, concise and correct information.
In time-style listening, the listener is conscious of time and prefers brief information that is to the point.
The rules for putting signs together in consistent patterns that themselves provide meaning are referred to as
Which one is correct spelling
Which of these involves the passing of information through a long line of people?
Question 13 Explanation:
The single strand involves the passing of information through a long line of people to the ultimate recipient.
Which of these refer to the sound features of a language?
Question 14 Explanation:
Phonetic substances refer to the sound features of a language, as studied by articulatory, acoustic and auditory phonetics. Morphemics is the synchronic study of words.
Power given to a person based solely on likability and often involves attraction.
Rules of pragmatic competence
"What are the differences between the Gulf War in 1991 and the current war in Iraq?" is an example of a
follow up question.
There are 16 questions to complete.