Communication questions for (Human/Buiseness/classroom)
Which of these types of listening is followed by skilled listeners?
Question 1 Explanation:
In evaluative listening, the listener evaluates the contents in terms of accuracy, objectivity and adequacy of the message.
During a first tryout session you should
deliver the speech without stopping, in order to check your time.
mentally say the words.
stop and correct rough areas or add transitions.
do each of these things.
With respect to communication improvement, that
a firm timetable should be set for improvement.
no plan will effectively lead to communication improvement.
learning new skills can be difficult and must be accomplished quickly.
a realistic "timetable" is to work at it until you succeed.
Persuasion that's based on credibility
What is the superlative of little?
Question 6 Explanation:
This is an irregular comparison of adjective. The comparative of little is less or lesser and the superlative of little is least. The superlative of bad is worst.
''Reading the question paper in the examination hall'' is the example of
Fill in the blank with past participle:.... by hate, he lashed out with a knife.
Question 8 Explanation:
The correct statement is: Blinded by hate, he lashed out with a knife. A past participle represents a completed action or state of the thing mentioned. The above statement is an example.
Which of these should be avoided during the delivery of a speech?
Question 9 Explanation:
Presentation or speech should be delivered with confidence. Delivery must be with clarity and precision. A good speaker always pauses on punctuation marks.
Choose the correct statement.
The ship was drowned.
The ship drowned.
The ship sank.
The ship had sank.
Question 10 Explanation:
The correct statement is: The ship sank. Drown is usually used for living creatures where sink is used for non-living objects.
In following a pattern of...., people feel relatively free to say what they want, and they do not constantly worry that their meanings will be misunderstood.
When a speaker wants to convey information efficiently and get work done, it is best to
use connotative words.
use abstract words.
use words with denotative meaning.
choose symbols that go beyond a dictionary definition.
Basic social institutions include all of the following EXCEPT:
Channels used for downward communication are
Types of print
All of the above
One way to visually see who speaks to whom and how often is to construct a
role research diagram.
The following transformation is an example under which clause? Simple: His crime was unforgivable. Complex: His crime was such as could not be forgiven.
Question 16 Explanation:
The subordinate clause here is adjective clause. The adjective here is 'unforgivable' which is expanded and thus it becomes an adjective clause.
There are 16 questions to complete.