MCQ On Communication Practice Test 57

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MCQ on Communication QUESTION ANSWERS.

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Question 1
Violations that ethical advertisers strive to avoid include which of the following
A
Misleading and exaggerated claims
B
Testimonials from unknowledgeable people
C
False statements
D
All of the above
Question 2
The process of communication enhances through:
A
Belongingness
B
Security and freedom to make choices
C
Informality of meeting and avoidance of pressure
D
All of these
Question 3
Glogal listening is also called as
A
Intensive listening
B
Extensive listening
C
Discrete listening
D
Listening for detail
Question 4
Which of the following is the best example of a statement of purpose for a persuasive speech?
A
To convince the audience that the death penalty should be abolished.
B
To convince the audience that the death penalty constitutes cruel and inhumane punishment and should be abolished.
C
To persuade the audience of the advantages of exercise.
D
To inform the audience of the disadvantages of buying used textbooks.
Question 5
The author claims that one of the best ways of keeping attention is to
A
preview your points.
B
present anecdotes.
C
build anticipation.
D
build suspense.
Question 6
Encoding is
A
The formulation of messages in the communicators mind
B
The formulation messages in the receivers mind
C
Coding of whole communication process
D
None of these
Question 7
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 of organic molecules, including many amino acids, could be synthesized. Miller was attempting to model early Earth conditions as understood in the 1950s. The results of Miller's experiments best support which 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 a comet 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 synthesized approximately four billion years ago.
Question 8
Language is a vehicle for expression of feeling is
A
Formal view
B
Structural view
C
Functional view
D
Traditional view
Question 9
When was the press Council of India set up?
A
July 4, 1996
B
June 4, 1965
C
September 7, 1960
D
None of the above
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