# MCQs on Communication QUIZ SET 10

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## Communication Important question CBSE NET

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 Question 1
In order to understand verbal and nonverbal communication which of the following things should we do ?
 A Accept cultural differences B Studying your own culture C Learn about other cultures D All of the above
 Question 2
which one is not the articulator
 A Face B Tongue C Lips D Teeth
 Question 3
When your text says that interpersonal communication can be thought of as a constellation of behaviors, it means that
 A It is important to understand the opposing forces that pull communicators in different directions. B It is important to understand the joint actions people perform when they are together, C It is important to understand how people label and evaluate relationships. D None of the above; interpersonal communication is not a constellation of behaviors.
 Question 4
Uttering with the force of breath is
 A Consonant B Vowel C Phonems D Stress
 Question 5
Introductions fulfi l many roles but the most important is to
 A Orient the person to those around them. B Demonstrate interest and develop trust and rapport. C Demonstrate your level of knowledge and skill. D Orient the person to procedures.
 Question 6
By discharging electric sparks into a laboratory chamber atmosphere that consisted of water vapor,hydrogen gas, methane, and ammonia, Stanley Miller obtained data that showed that a number oforganic molecules, including many amino acids, could be synthesized. Miller was attempting to modelearly Earth conditions as understood in the 1950s. The results of Miller's experiments best supportwhich of the following hypotheses?
 A The molecules essential to life today did not exist at the time Earth was first formed. B The molecules essential to life today could not have been carried to the primordial Earth by acomet or meteorite. C The molecules essential to life today could have formed under early Earth conditions. D The molecules essential to life today were initially self-replicating proteins that were synthesizedapproximately four billion years ago.
 Question 7
Interpersonal Communication occurs only when
 A Three or more people are communicating with each other at the sametime. B An individual interacts with another person as a unique individual. C Intimate conversation takes place. D An individual converses with people they have no interest in knowing.
 Question 8
Who among the following told communication is a dynamic process’’
 A Andersson B Mahatma Gandhi C John Litton D Terry
 Question 9
Communication is vital in both formal and .................................... relationships
 A Informal B Communication C Channel D stochastic
 Question 10
In transmitting feedback, the .................................... becomes a sender.
 A receiver B Communication C Channel D stochastic
 Question 11
Which of the following is software of educational technology?
 A T.V B Tape recorder C programmed instructed material D programmed chip
 Question 12
Characteristics of all formal and informal communication is
 A same structure B different structure C maybe same or different structure D hybrid structure
 Question 13
The interaction between teacher and students is a social interaction of
 A secondary type B primary type C hybrid type D multiple type
 Question 14
Listening to a lecture is
 A Information Listening B Evaluative listening C Emphatic Listening D None of these
 Question 15
It is important to demonstrate equality by
 A Being tolerant of diff erences, learning about them and adjusting your practice to accommodate thesediff erences. B Acknowledging what is said but indicating disagreement if you disagree. C Politely acknowledging the person and interrupting them with your ideas if they are better. D Making statements that imply judgement.
 Question 16
As a chairman of UPSC while selecting a teacher you should, be
 A Fair and impartial B Able to judge the personality of candidates C Encouraging to those appearing for interview. D All of these
 Question 17
What is context"?
 A A physical and psychological environment for conversation B An interference with message reception C Effective communication D Verbal and nonverbal responses to messages
 Question 18
The size of the camera lens opening is measured in terms of
 A F-stops B Focus length C Hertz D Lightyears
 Question 19
Consideration of emotional responses during introductions is
 A Time-consuming and should be avoided until after the development of a relationship. B An investment for future interactions; acknowledging the concerns and fears of the person will save timelater. C Important because it will stop the person seeking assistance from asking questions later that will take moretime. D Appropriate and can be done by stating You don't need to worry – we'll look after you here.
 Question 20
Public relation is the practice of managing the flow of information between
 A Organisation and its publics B Organisation and its employees C Organisation and its clients D Organisation and its stakeholders
 Question 21
To decode a message correctly, the recipient must be conversant with the .................. of words used.
 A Meaning B technique C Channel D stochastic
 Question 22
Visual communication exploits the sense of .....................................
 A sight B Communication C sense D stochastic
 Question 23
Which of the following is the name of public relation?
 A Persuade the public B Persuade the investors and partners C Persuade the employees and other stakeholders D All of the above
 Question 24
Public relations system management function of
 A Researching B Engaging C Communicating and collaborating with stakeholders D All of the above
 Question 25
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 a difficult topic can be arranged and others can be benefited from them C Teaching materials can be filmed for reuse D All of these
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