Introduction to Business English Please complete the following Assignment and your tutor will give you feedback regarding the results. First Name* Last Name* Student Number/ ID Number*Email* 1. The following are examples of barriers to communication:*Choose an OptionA. Colour, design, lines and shapeB. Physical, psychological, perceptual and semanticC. Psychiatric, physical and psychological2. Extra -personal communication refers to:*Choose an OptionA. Communication with yourselfB. Communication with a large group of peopleC. Communication with an animal, plant or object3. Verbal communication refers to:*Choose an OptionA. Speaking, reading and writingB. Speaking onlyC. Writing only4. Non-verbal communication is...*Choose an OptionA. ImplicitB. DebatableC. All of the above5. Contractions are not generally used in...*Choose an OptionA. Formal languageB. Information languageC. Body language6. The effectiveness of visual communication, as with all other forms of communication, is measured by how well the receiver understands the message, not how ‘pretty’ it is.*Choose an OptionA. TrueB. False7. Which sentence is CORRECT:*Choose an OptionA. There house is on the corner.B. Their house is on the corner.C. They’re house is on the corner.8. Which sentence is CORRECT:*Choose an OptionA. Whose house is this?B. Who’se house is this?C. Who’s house is this?9. Which greeting (in business correspondence) is most CORRECT:*Choose an OptionA. Hi Mr. Brown,B. Dear Mr. Brown,C. Hey Brownie,10. The correct way of asking for a person’s name on the telephone:*Choose an OptionA. What’s your name please?B. Who are you?C. Who’s speaking please?11. If you cannot hear what someone is saying on the phone, you should respond by saying:*Choose an OptionA. Could you repeat that please?B. What???C. What did you say?12. Is it acceptable to answer your cellphone during a meeting?*Choose an OptionA. TrueB. FalseC. Only in emergencies and if you excuse yourself.13. You scan through a text if you are looking for specific information quickly.*Choose an OptionA. TrueB. False14. Most teams fail during this stage.*Choose an OptionA. FormingB. NormingC. Storming15. In the competing style of dealing with conflict, the goal is....*Choose an OptionA. To work with other people to find a solution.B. To win.C. To find middle ground.16. Values are our fundamental beliefs*Choose an OptionA. TrueB. False17. The two cultural influences in South Africa are:*Choose an OptionA. Individualistic and communal.B. English and Dutch.C. American and European.18. An advantage of people working in teams is...*Choose an OptionA. They don’t have to work alone.B. The team members have people that they can have coffee with.C. Team members can learn from one another.19. If you make a mistake during your presentation, you should....*Choose an OptionA. Apologise immediately and explain what you did wrong.B. Carry on with the presentation, most people probably didn’t realise the mistake.C. Start laughing and making jokes.20. Audience demographics refers to:*Choose an OptionA. The age, gender and educational background of the audience.B. Where the audience lives.C. Where you are giving the presentation.21. To ‘wrap up’ a meeting means to:*Choose an OptionA. Start the meeting.B. Discuss the agenda of the meeting.C. End the meeting.22. The correct spelling is:*Choose an OptionA. HarassB. Harrass23. You need a CV if you are...*Choose an OptionA. Opening a bank account.B. Applying for leave.C. Applying for a job.24. Examples of visual communication.*Choose an OptionA. Pictures, graphs and signs.B. Hand signals.C. Non-verbal communication.25. How you make and maintain eye contact is perceived the same way in all cultures.*Choose an OptionA. TrueB. FalseCommentsThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.