MCQ On Communication Practice Test 63

By | September 12, 2017

Communication questions for (Human/Buiseness/classroom)

Question 1
The expressive-protective dialectic refers to the tension between
A
how much time to spend together or apart
B
the risk of disclosing versus the risk of prying too much
C
traditional versus less stereotypic male or female behavior
D
all of the above
Question 2
Which of these means ''bundle of cotton''?
A
Bail
B
Bael
C
Bale
D
Beal
Question 2 Explanation: 
Bale means ''bundle of cotton'' whereas bail means the ''temporary release of an accused person awaiting trial''.
Question 3
Yours sincerely, Nitin Sharma 10. What is the information endorsed on the envelope?
A
Name
B
Address
C
Name and address
D
Name and date
Question 3 Explanation: 
The information endorsed on the envelope is the name and address of the receiver. The writer's address is written inside, in the letter.
Question 4
A person who meets the media must have greater....
A
restraint
B
honesty
C
agitation
D
aggressiveness
Question 4 Explanation: 
A person who meets the media must remember that whatever he tells the media would be published. AHe must have greater restraint than he would have in a normal conversation.
Question 5
Film is an example of....approach in education
A
Individual
B
Group
C
Mass
D
None of these
Question 6
Skimming means reading quickly to know
A
What is it about
B
Specific piece of information
C
Full understanding of text
D
None of the above
Question 7
Choose the correct statement:
A
On opening the window, Neha's eyes at once fell on the bird.
B
As Neha opened the window, her eyes at once fell on the bird.
C
On opening the window, at once Neha's eyes fell on the bird.
D
As Neha opened the window, her eyes fell on the bird at once.
Question 7 Explanation: 
The correct statement is: As Neha opened the window, her eyes at once fell on the bird. Here the opening phrase has been expanded into an adverbial clause.
Question 8
Which is true?
A
Listening is a natural process.
B
Listening requires effort.
C
All listeners receive the same message.
D
All of these are true.
Question 9
When you use an assertive message, the text stresses that you
A
put the message in the order given in the text.
B
put intentions first so you're not seen as manipulative.
C
choose the best order for your particular situation and goal.
D
keep each element in a separate sentence.
Question 10
Where is the name and address mentioned in a Job-Description CV?
A
Top right corner
B
Top left corner
C
Bottom right corner
D
Bottom left corner
Question 10 Explanation: 
The name and address of the specimen along with the date is mentioned in the top left corner of the job description CV. The date is mentioned below the name and address.
Question 11
Which of these is used as a form of greeting for business people?
A
Dear Nitin
B
Dear Father
C
Dear Sir
D
Dear Mr.Patel
Question 11 Explanation: 
To address business people, we use Dear Sir, Dear Gentleman, etc. We use names when we address friends or family members.
Question 12
Fill in the blank: He acted.... my instructions.
A
agreeable to
B
according to
C
in favour of
D
in course of
Question 12 Explanation: 
Here we use a phrase preposition, according to. The correct statement will be: He acted according to my instructions.
Question 13
Which of the following is NOT a goal of communication?
A
Creation of organizational goodwill
B
Creation of good relations among all concerned
C
Creation of a gap in understanding
D
Improvement of recipient's level of understanding
Question 14
An acronym ''KISS'' which means keep it short and simple is very important in
A
Verbal communication
B
Non-verbal communication
C
Gestures
D
All of the above
Question 15
Which of these forms are used to report negative commands?
A
not + infinitive
B
no + infinitive
C
command + infinitive
D
object + infinitive
Question 15 Explanation: 
Negative commands, requests, etc., are usually reported by not + infinitive form. For example, Direct: ''Don't venture out too far, children'', the teacher said. Indirect: The teacher warned the children not to venture out too far.
Question 16
The preposition from also denotes time.
A
True
B
False
C
It depends on situation
D
sometimes true sometimes false
Question 16 Explanation: 
Prepositions from, since, for, during also denote time. From mostly precedes to/till/until. For example, This shop is open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
There are 16 questions to complete.

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