Questions Communication Basic Concepts

Questions with Solution on Basic Concepts of the Communication
1. In the expression “They discharge a false official”, the language function called:
A) Appellative
C) Referential
The referential function allows information exclusively being that which predominates in the expression of the exercise.
2. Check the pair of non-language features:
D) Ephemeral – individual
The characteristics: ephemeral and individual belong to speech.
3. Check the option that is most related to the language:
A) Social
C) Universal
The main characteristic of language is to be universal. The other alternatives are more related to language.
A) an expanding language.
B) a language of little prestige.
C) the speech of all peoples.
D) a style of saying what one feels.
E) the socio-cultural variation of a language.
The sociolect is the variation of a language according to its socio-cultural level: superstandard, standard and substandard.
5. In the expression “He left the number on that napkin for you”, the underlined element in the communication is:
A) Code
C) Message
The napkin is the medium or physical support where the message is sent.


6. In which alternative is there no example of a channel?
A whistle is code example. The other alternatives are possible channels in communication.
7. The system that allows encoding and decoding messages in verbal communication is called:
Language is the system that allows us to encode and decode messages in verbal communication (oral or written).
8. “Honey, you are the only one!” The predominant function in the previous statement is:
A) Appellative
C) Aesthetics
The emotive function is the one that transmits moods, feelings and emotions, being the one that predominates in the expression of the exercise.
9. Mark the incorrect correspondence.
A) Reference function: referent
B) Metalinguistic function: code
C) Poetic function: message
D) Emotive function: receiver
E) Phatic function: channel
The emotive function is related to the element of the sender in communication.
10. It is the concrete realization of ideal signs and is manifested in the act of pronunciation, we refer to:
A) the tongue
The concrete realization of ideal signs and the act of pronunciation are more closely related to speech.
11. It is a two-way, direct, interpersonal and linguistic communication:
A) a television program.
B) a teacher conversation.
C) traffic light lights.
D) the language of two deaf-mutes.
E) a chat conversation.
A conversation is an example of two-way, direct, interpersonal and linguistic communication. The other alternatives do not fully correspond, being indirect (alternative “A”), non-linguistic (alternative “C” and “D”) and indirect (alternative “E”).
12. Indicate which of the statements corresponds to the concept of dialect.
A) Individual and concrete use of a language.
B) Language of little cultural importance.
C) Set of Aboriginal languages.
D) Variety of a language by geographical area.
E) Language that does not have writing.
Dialect is the variation of a language due to geographical space.
13. Check the correct conceptual statement.
A) Speech is psychic and a historical product.
B) Communication is exclusively human.
C) The issuer carries out the coding process.
D) Language is psychophysical and makes use of the code.
E) Decoding is carried out by the sender.
Within the communication process, the sender performs the encoding, as well as the receiver performs the decoding.
14. Language is the faculty that corresponds exclusively to:
B) intellectual groups.
E) all living beings.
Language is an exclusively human faculty, while communication belongs to all living beings.
15. Which of the statements agrees with the reality of Peru?
A) Only Spanish and some dialects are spoken.
B) Many languages ​​are spoken.
C) Everyone speaks Spanish or Quechua.
D) Everyone speaks Spanish or Aymara.
E) Everyone speaks Spanish.
Peru is a multicultural and multilingual country because many languages ​​are spoken that generate samples of our cultural wealth.
16. What is the correct relationship?
A) What time is it?: Metalinguistics
C) How about race!: Emotional
E) Ayayay!: Reference
The emotive function transmits emotions, moods and feelings of the sender, being the one that predominates in the expression of the exercise.
17. It is correct to state that:
A) the dialect only occurs in the pronunciation.
B) Quechua presents dialects.
C) the referential function relates the message to the receiver.
D) what varies from one language to another is the meaning and not the signifier.
E) the dialect is a sample of the immutability of the linguistic sign.
Quechua, being a language distributed throughout Peruvian territory, presents variations according to its specific location within our geography.
18. “In a conversation, Don Quixote gives a series of advice to Sancho Panza so that he can be a good ruler of the Barataria Island.” Regarding this communicative situation, point out what is incorrect.
A) Issuer: Don Quixote
B) Receiver: Sancho Panza
C) Message: the advice
D) Channel: sound waves
E) Code: mimicry
In the stated exercise, the code is the Spanish language.
19. “He waved his arms goodbye and I waved to him with my hands.” It is a communication of type:
A) verbal
C) auditory
The movement of the arms and use of signs are examples of non-linguistic gestural communication.
20. The combination of the symbols of the Morse alphabet gives us an idea of:
A) message
C) code
The code is any system of conventional signs such as the Morse alphabet.