MCQ On Communication Practice Test 94

By | September 12, 2017

Communication questions for (Human/Buiseness/classroom)

Question 1
Which of these is not a step in speech decoding?
A
Listening
B
Writing
C
Translating
D
Understanding
Question 1 Explanation: 
There are three steps in speech decoding. They are: listening of speech, translation and understanding by the listener.
Question 2
Which of these factors is not required to determine the purpose of speech?
A
Providing information
B
Discouragement
C
Accepting ideas
D
Entertainment
Question 2 Explanation: 
Three main factors are required to determination the purpose of speech. They are: providing information, to make acceptance of ideas and entertainment.
Question 3
Which of the following approaches to managing group conflict is correctly defined?
A
Accommodation-the leader gives in to the wishes of the majority of the group.
B
Avoiding-the group has split into factions and are so far apart that they all agree to avoid discussing the issue.
C
Compromise-the leader is willing to compromise with the wishes of the majority of the group.
D
Competition-group members care about winning more than they care about the feelings of other members.
Question 4
"The group I will be speaking to is composed of mostly Euroamerican, middle-class males who have been successful in business. Most are middle-aged and college educated." Those statements are typical of statements from
A
a specific purpose.
B
a general purpose.
C
an audience analysis.
D
a speaker analysis.
Question 5
Listening to be a significant factor in maintaining
A
marital relationships.
B
family relationships.
C
career success.
D
All of these are correct.
Question 6
An adjustment letter usually follows a letter of....
A
enquiry
B
application
C
complaint
D
invitation
Question 6 Explanation: 
An adjustment letter usually follows a letter of complaint. There is need to rationally assess a letter of complaint to establish whether or not the complaint is justified.
Question 7
The fault in a letter of adjustment should be accepted with....
A
grace
B
disgrace
C
disapproval
D
clumsiness
Question 7 Explanation: 
Certain principles are to be observed in letters of adjustment. The fault in a letter of adjustment should be accepted with utmost grace.
Question 8
Which of these is NOT one of the four main processes involved in communication?
A
reception
B
transmission
C
articulation
D
formulation
Question 9
"Striking a chord" with your audience and appealing to their sense of patriotism, family, justice, or the like
A
motivation
B
receiver
C
emotional appeal
D
stereotyping
Question 10
Words must not be uttered with....
A
rudeness
B
compassion
C
respect
D
politeness
Question 10 Explanation: 
Words must not be uttered with rudeness. They must be uttered with respect and compassion.
Question 11
Something that is sent or said
A
message
B
sender
C
symbol
D
written communication
Question 12
.... report provides rational findings.
A
Informative
B
Interpretative
C
Routine
D
Progress
Question 12 Explanation: 
Interpretative reports do not merely provide data. They assess this data and provide rational findings and worthwhile recommendations.
Question 13
Teaching on TV is superior to class room instruction because
A
Very large classes are made possible and thus it is economically advantageous
B
Experts for teaching difficult topics can be arranged
C
Teaching can be filmed for reuse
D
All of these
Question 14
Bits of information superimposed on the TV screen is called
A
Supers
B
Voice-over
C
Talking heads
D
Snow
Question 15
In the following statement, which of these are in agreement? They nominated him chairman.
A
Noun and verb
B
Noun and pronoun
C
Verb and pronoun
D
Adverb and pronoun
Question 15 Explanation: 
In the statement, ''They nominated him chairman.'', the noun chairman and the pronoun they and him agree in case.
Question 16
Force field analysis is part of which step of the problem-solving process?
A
Analyze the problem.
B
Develop creative solutions.
C
Implement the plan.
D
Identify the problem.
There are 16 questions to complete.

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