Interpersonal Communication

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1. ____________________     is the primary code humans use to communicate. (Points : 1)

Jargon
Interpersonal Communication
Language
Slang

 

 

Question 2.2. ________________ is     defined as communication of a message without words, which means that it     encompasses a wide range of vocal and visual signs and behaviors.
(Points : 1)

Nonverbal communication
Verbal communication
Interpersonal communication
Human communication

 

 

Question 3.3. Concrete words have     a ________________, a corresponding person or object that you     can see, touch, or otherwise experience with your physical senses.
(Points : 1)

referent
dialect
vernacular
abstract

 

 

Question 4.4. One reason language is     so powerful is that it is the means by which you construct your reality.
(Points : 1)

True
False

 

 

Question 5.5. Like many languages,     American English has various ________________ – geographic or social     differences in the way groups of people use the same language.
(Points : 1)

referents
dialects
vernaculars
abstracts

 

 

Question 6.6. The term ________________ describes     a wide range of common and nonstandard English, including jargon, colloquialisms,     idioms, and slang.
(Points : 1)

Formal   language
Informal language
Jargon
Cliché

 

 

Question 7.7. ________________ is     the specialized or technical language of a specific group or profession     that may not be understood by outsiders. (Points : 1)

Formal   language
Informal language
Jargon
Cliché

 

 

Question 8.8.

The     ______________ is the dictionary definition or description of what the word     represents. (Points : 1)

denotation
synonym
vernacular
connotation

 

 

Question 9.9. Like other languages,     English is not growing and evolving. It is complete and now must be     mastered.
(Points : 1)

True
False

 

 

Question 10.10. When words relate to     ideas or concepts that exist only in your mind and do not represent a     tangible object they are called ___________ words.
(Points : 1)

referent
dialect
vernacular
abstract

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