MCQ On Communication Practice Test 86

By | September 12, 2017

Communication questions for (Human/Buiseness/classroom)

Question 1
A pointed finger may be a gesture of accusation.
A
True
B
False
C
It depends on situation
D
sometimes true sometimes false
Question 1 Explanation: 
The statement is true. A pointed finger may be deemed to be a gesture of accusation or forcefulness. While approaching to the rostrum it is best to walk in a forceful manner with hands swinging loosely by the side.
Question 2
When the company thinks your audience will be interested in what you have to say or willing to cooperate, it usually opts for
A
Indirect approach
B
Direct approach
C
Neutral approach
D
Modern approach
Question 3
Which statement concerning chronemics, or the use of time, is incorrect?
A
Across cultures, the attitude towards time is more universal than the attitude towards touch.
B
The degree of control a person has over time changes with age and status.
C
A person can communicate nonverbally by being on time or late.
D
The way time is divided is an indication of the value placed on it.
Question 4
Research on the relationship between body types and attraction suggests that:
A
Thin body types are attractive in almost all cultures.
B
When food is scarce and nutrition poor, plump body types tend to be more attractive.
C
Muscular body types are attractive in most cultures.
D
There is little or no relationship between body type and the environment.
Question 5
.... are problems arising from expression.
A
Cultural barriers
B
Semantic problems
C
Wrong assumptions
D
Selecting perception
Question 5 Explanation: 
The correct statement is: Semantic problems are problems arising from expression or transmission of meaning in communication.
Question 6
Competence in dealing with other people is referred to as:
A
social efficacy.
B
active listening.
C
appropriate responsiveness.
D
interpersonal skill.
Question 7
The three Cs of credibility are
A
creation, completion, and coordination.
B
coexistence, cooperation, and completion.
C
competition, coordination, and completion.
D
competence, character, and charisma.
Question 8
Oral discourse means to speak authoritatively about a topic.
A
True
B
False
C
It depends on situation
D
sometimes true sometimes false
Question 8 Explanation: 
The statement is true. Oral discourse means to speak authoritatively about a topic. A listener has to make analysis of the spoken communication.
Question 9
The ability to access, analyze, evaluate, and communicate information in all its forms is called
A
digital literacy.
B
intelligent.
C
email accessible.
D
media literacy.
Question 10
Expectations or predispositions that a person has which determine how he/she responds to communications from others are termed
A
psychological risks.
B
psychological safety.
C
psychological sets.
D
perceptions.
Question 11
A.... is a fellowship meeting of a fraternal group.
A
conference
B
symposium
C
seminar
D
convention
Question 11 Explanation: 
The correct statement is: A convention is a fellowship meeting of a fraternal group. Only matters of professional interest are discussed in it.
Question 12
Which of these pairs reflects the two major sub-categories of information?
A
Technical and Experimental
B
Experimental and Theoretical
C
Technical and Non-Technical
D
Non-Technical and Experimental
Question 13
In an excellent communication, it is not desired
A
Change in voice(voice modulation)
B
External or physical beauty
C
Communication of adequate feelings
D
Involvement of students
Question 14
Possessive case is also known as?
A
Genitive case
B
Principal case
C
Qualifying case
D
Main case
Question 14 Explanation: 
The possessive case is also known as genitive case. For example, ''A day's rest, a month's duration'', etc..
Question 15
.... perception refers to the unique way people interpret and assign meaning to what they observe.
A
Primary
B
Predisposed
C
Salient
D
Selective
Question 16
By recognizing your own biases,
A
you are better able to distinguish fact from opinion.
B
you become more empathic.
C
you can develop a more passive listening style.
D
you can begin to solve the problem of distorting or ignoring certain material.
There are 16 questions to complete.

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