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Grammatical MCQs

 
 
Reply Mon 11 Feb, 2013 02:41 pm
Q # 1
We're having a barbecue next week.......?

will you come
did you come
do you come
were you coming


Q#2
Which one of the following establishes a series of observations and emphasizes each element?

Exemplification
Analysis
Enumeration
Comparison and contrast

Q#3
Which one of the following provides instances to clarify topic statement?

Analysis
Exemplification
Enumeration
Comparison and contrast

Q#4
I cannot understand my neighbor's accent. I wish she would ___.

clearer speak
more clearly speak
speak more clearly
speak clearer

Q#5
Which of the following are real but unnamed readers?

Phantom Readers
Future Readers
Complex Readers
Technical Readers

Question # 6
Why Experts read technical and scientific documents?

To maintain and expand their own general expertise
To obtain specific answers to their own research and writing
To evaluate a document's technical or scientific content.
All of the above

Q #7
Which of the following can be defined as follows? “It is not merely politeness with mechanical insertion of ‘please’ and ‘thank you’, rather it is politeness that grows out of respect and concern for others.”

Clarity
Courtesy
Consideration
Credibility

Q#8
What kind of paper should be used for a Conventional Résumé?

White paper
Buff paper
Gray paper
All of the above

Q#9
They arrived in the middle of the night..........

because their flight was detained
because their flight was dispatched
because their flight was delayed
because their flight was defused

Q#10
What strategies should be opted for writing to Technicians?

Keep introductions and background information brief
Make information accessible
Provide short definitions or explanations of any unfamiliar term
All of the above

Q#11
In your job interview, don't complain about previous jobs or former..........

Mayors
Visitors
Activists
Employers

Q#12
"You" attitude is best implemented by expressing your message in terms of the audience's interests and needs.

True
False

Q#13
The conclusion or ending paragraph should bring the communication to a polite and ........ close.

Businesslike
Interminable
Measurable
Subtle

Q#14
As the old saying goes: .........

He who hesitates is found
He who hesitates is lost
He who hesitates is late
He who hesitates is long

Q#15
------- can be achieved if the writer has conceptual mastery over the subject, vocabulary, his or her ability to analyze and shape data with a minimum of distortion.

Stylistic Accuracy
Document Accuracy
Structural clarity
Technical Accuracy

Q#16
Which of the following can be achieved by expressing ideas logically and in a specific pattern?

Clarity
Coherence
Conciseness
Accuracy

Q#17
It is usually really handy to have letters of ......... from previous employers.

Demotion
Recommendation
Dismissal
Declination


Q#18
What is the main purpose of seven C’s in business communication?

To communicate easily and effectively with your readers
To improve non verbal skills
To avoid unnecessary repetition
To eliminate personal view


Q#19
For what type of audience the direct approach is suitable?

For the uninterested audience
For the displeased audience
For the unwilling audience
For the neutral audience


Q#20
Which ‘transitional word’ is used to show ‘comparison and contrast’?

in other words
at the same time
especially
conversely

Q#21
It's getting very late..........

I'll have to speed you
I'll have to accelerate you
I'll have to hurry
I'll have to push you

Q#22
Which of the following should be the ultimate goal of persuasive speaking?

To reinforce the attitudes, beliefs, and values an audience already holds
To inoculate an audience against counter persuasion
To change attitudes & motivate an audience to act
All of the above

Q#23
How the credibility of the communicator has been systematically analyzed?

Through written communication
Through communication probe
Through oral communication
Through non verbal communication

Q#24
Which role of a reader determines action or reaction of an organization when confronted with a particular situation?

Implementers’ role
Ad visors role
Decision Makers’ role
Policy makers’ role

Q#25
I'm giving you your last warning. If you're not ready in five minutes, ..........

you're on your self
you're on your own
you're on your side
you're on your turn

Q#26
If your message is specific, definite and vivid; which of the following principle has been applied?

Completeness
Correctness
Conciseness
Concreteness

Q#27
They should have arrived by now. I wonder........

what has kept them
what has held them
what has got them
what has done them

Q#28
--------- can be achieved if the document is theoretically accurate and represents the subject very well.

Document Accuracy
Stylistic Accuracy
Technical Accuracy
Structural clarity


Q#29
Which of the following traits help in building good will?

Discriminatory expressions
Thoughtfulness and Appreciation
Irritating expressions
Personal attitudes
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dalehileman
 
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Reply Mon 11 Feb, 2013 04:12 pm
@sofia mercedez,
Soph as I was telling another contributor a short time ago, because the size of your OP might discourage many potential respondents you might have had better luck placing each entry on a subsequent day, or even a second day

However, today

Q#1 We're having a barbecue next week.......?

Quote:
will you come
Okay tho think I might say "(,) so can you come" or even
"…..; so, can you come…." or …. Won't you come"

Quote:
did you come
No this doesn't make sense because the bbq would have already happened

Quote:
do you come
No, the implication is that I have many bbq's and I'm not sure how many you have attended, whether it's your practice to avoid them

Quote:
were you coming
Okay but the implication is that you already knew about my impending bbq but I'm not sure whether or not you had planned to attend


Also there are besides "so" other choices for connective; eg, and, but, then, neveretheless; conveying different meanings

Yes, nevertheless, supposing you had plans out of town, might have to drive back here for the party

English is tough Soph, it must sometimes seem frustrating
sofia mercedez
 
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Reply Wed 13 Feb, 2013 02:18 pm
@dalehileman,
dear dalehileman, thanks for your deep reply Smile

kindly solve all MCQs just 1 true answer of each Q.
Thanks Smile
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roger
 
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Reply Wed 13 Feb, 2013 03:13 pm
@dalehileman,

dalehileman wrote:

Soph as I was telling another contributor a short time ago, because the size of your OP might discourage many potential respondents you might have had better luck placing each entry on a subsequent day, or even a second day


You got that right.
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Setanta
 
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Reply Wed 13 Feb, 2013 04:21 pm
Dear A2K members, kindly do her homework for her because she's too f*cking lazy to do it herself . . .
roger
 
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Reply Wed 13 Feb, 2013 05:02 pm
@Setanta,
Some useages are too uncommon to make it to the dictionaries. I'm happy to oblige when I can. I am not going to do a three page report, or rewrite a five paragraph essay.
dalehileman
 
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Reply Wed 13 Feb, 2013 05:17 pm
@sofia mercedez,
Q#3
Which one of the following provides instances to clarify topic statement?

Exemplification
Enumeration and contrast (in very special cases only)

Q#4
I cannot understand my neighbor's accent. I wish she would ___.



speak more clearly Best English
speak clearer Colloquial
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Setanta
 
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Reply Wed 13 Feb, 2013 05:22 pm
@roger,
Neither am i . . . however, this is supposed to be a place to seek expert knowledge, not an open homework service. I think this is a blatant example of a student who is not at all interested in learning about a subject, but just getting an annoying homework assignment done by someone else.
dalehileman
 
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Reply Wed 13 Feb, 2013 05:30 pm
@sofia mercedez,
Soph out of curiosity when do you have to turn in your assignment

Also without however id'ing can you tell us something about yourself; age, nationality sex, ed., family, job, motives, etc

One of the fellas above has a point: If it's really homework don't you feel just a bit guilty
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JTT
 
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Reply Wed 13 Feb, 2013 08:25 pm
@Setanta,
Quote:
this is supposed to be a place to seek expert knowledge


Why do you continue to offer so much inexpert knowledge(qm)
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