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Most Expected MCQs on Communication 7 to 8 (in Hindi)
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Most 💝 Expected MCQs on Communication 7 to 8 (in Hindi)

Preeti Mandyal is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Preeti Mandyal
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mam I need a suggestion from you... how to prepare comprehension passage.. in competitive exams... is it better to read editorial page in Hindu newspaper
Hi, i would personally prefer checking on the web.. there are so many.. many competitive exams...have this category.. you can make usecof those passages along with Questions for practice ..else high school textbooks. English,history..etc.will be of great help.. especially
Mereddy UmaRani
a year ago
thank you very much mam
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  2. Communication Q.5 Who among the following has stated that people know each other and themselves only through communication? [A] George Herbert Mead [B] Mahatma Gandhi [C] Martin Luther King [D] None of the above


  3. Communication Q.6 The ability to communicate effectively [A] Depends on the education [B] It is a natural talent that [C] Always depends upon the level cannot be learned use of technology D] Can be learned


  4. Communication Q.7 If it is assumed that communication has no beginning or end, it is termed as [A] Mediation [B] Process [C] Interaction [D] Transaction


  5. Communication IB1


  6. Communication Q.8 The essential components of no communication are [A] Source, message, interference, channel, receiver, feedback, and context interaction, and correlation communication, and [B] Sign, Source, destination, [C] Signs, Symbols, understanding, communicant [D] Symbols, understanding, purpose, ideas, opinions, non-verbal, and reaction


  7. Communication