MCQ On Communication Practice Test 68

By | September 12, 2017

Communication questions for (Human/Buiseness/classroom)

Question 1
The spoken languages in the world are about
A
3000
B
3500
C
4000
D
4500
Question 2
In which of these people with similar interests contribute with their knowledge?
A
seminar
B
conference
C
symposium
D
convention
Question 2 Explanation: 
In a conference, people with similar interests contribute with their knowledge. It ends in a set of suggestions or recommendations which are based on the central theme of the conference.
Question 3
In which of the following situations the classroom appears to be most effective
A
when teacher establishes strict discipline in the class
B
when a teacher teaches the subject matter in a clear and loud voice
C
when the teacher imparts experiences according to the labels of the students
D
when the teacher keep students in a state of relaxation during teaching
Question 4
Which of the following is NOT one of the factors as essential to language acquisition?
A
the evolution of genetic codes
B
native architecture
C
environmental influences
D
cognitive development
Question 5
If a teacher is unable to communicate his ideas to the students in adequate manner, the result of it will be
A
the end of students interested in the topic
B
the maximum absence of students from the class
C
the end of discipline in the class
D
all of the above
Question 6
Listening, like speaking, reading, and writing, is:
A
a habit
B
an art
C
a gift of nature
D
a skill
Question 7
Where is the address of the company complaining mentioned?
A
Top left corner
B
Top right corner
C
Bottom left corner
D
Bottom right corner
Question 7 Explanation: 
The name and address of the company writing the letter of complaint is mentioned in the top right corner of the letter.
Question 8
Which of these comes immediately after the noun?
A
Adverb phrase
B
Adjective phrase
C
Verb phrase
D
Pronoun phrase
Question 8 Explanation: 
The adjective phrase comes immediately after the noun. For example: The top of the handle was broken.
Question 9
Which of these media is not used for advertisement?
A
Newspapers
B
Magazines
C
Billboards
D
Notebooks
Question 9 Explanation: 
Seven types of media are used for advertisement. They are: newspapers, magazines, billboards, direct mail, radio, TV and cinema and Internet.
Question 10
Choose the correct statement:
A
It is dirty, throw it.
B
It is dirty, throw it away.
C
It is dirty, give it.
D
It is dirty, give it away.
Question 10 Explanation: 
The correct statement is: It is dirty, throw it away. Throw it means to throw to someone. Throw it away means get rid of something.
Question 11
Which of these explains a subject?
A
Narrative essays
B
Expository essays
C
Argumentative essays
D
Reflective essays
Question 11 Explanation: 
Expository essays explain a subject. These subjects include institutions, industries, scientific topics, literary topics, etc.
Question 12
The overrepresentation of minorities in special education programs has led to concern among education leaders. The U.S. Office of Education cites all of these as concerns EXCEPT....
A
students may be underserved or receive services that do not meet their needs.
B
students may be misclassified or inappropriately labeled.
C
special education classes are overcrowded.
D
placement in special education classes may be a form of discrimination.
Question 13
Which is NOT a principle of nonverbal communication?
A
Communication occurs even when language is not used.
B
It is possible not to communicate nonverbally.
C
Nonverbal communication is ambiguous.
D
Nonverbal communication is culture-bound.
Question 14
Four common misconceptions made by poor listeners include that listening is easy, that it is just a matter of intelligence, that it requires no planning, and that one who.... can automatically listen effectively.
A
speaks well
B
pays attention
C
is near the sender
D
reads well
Question 15
Johari window model was created by
A
Joseph Luft and Harrington Ingham
B
Ken Murray
C
Jerry Van Dyke
D
Jack Jones
Question 16
Each of the following is a stage of human communication EXCEPT:
A
transmitting the message as information
B
encoding the intended meanings
C
decoding and interpreting the message
D
searching for the intended message
There are 16 questions to complete.

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