e-Exams Test Questions GST101 - Use of English & Communication Skills I

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e-Exams Test Questions GST101 - Use of English & Communication Skills I

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1. Note making is an activity done during STUDY TIME

2. Some speeches are to be comprehended SUPERFICIALLY because the points are not too
important.

3. You canATTACK a seemingly long and difficult word by breaking it into discussible parts
such as prefixes, root, and suffixes.

4. In listening, your ability to relate or connect what was said before with what the speaker
is saying now is called RELATIONSHIP

5. For active listening ability, you need functioning ears, ability to anticipate and think
along with the speaker, noting important signposts and CONCENTRATION


6. A narrative follows a SEQUENTIALorder.

7. LEXICAL FAMILIARIZATION strategy is often used by the writer to give the reader sufficient words
that will lead to sufficient understanding of the meaning of the newly introduced term

8. As a student, you need the skill ofLISTENINGaccurately to comprehend what is conveyed
to you as information.

9. The Language of instruction we listen to for this course isENGLISH

10. When you listen attentively, it is possible to convert what you hear into PICTORIALor figure
form.

11. COMPREHENSIONis at different levels during the art of listening.

12. The abbreviation 'abr' in note taking means ABBREVIATION

13. The abbreviation 'viz' in notetaking means NAMELY

14. A collection of information in a computer or a research document is called DATA

15. Directions are vital information that place you in proper perspective regarding location,
situation, time and PLACE

16. Listening is useless if there is noCOMPREHENSION

17. It is possible to skim and scan at the same time depending on thePURPOSEand the
information you are searching for.

18. SCANNINGis used to screen a passage very rapidly to locate important information within a
large chunk of reading materials.

19. SKIMMINGis the fastest reading speed and is used to get a general overview or gist of the
reading materials.

20. The Listening enabling skill that lets you connect what was said before with what the
speaker is saying now isRELATIONSHIP

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PART 2

21. All narratives are usually expected to follow a STORY LINEstarting with the background to
the story.

22. A deaf person can still listen via SIGN LANGUAGE

23. When listening to a tutorial or lecture, you need the MAIN IDEAto be able to determine the
major point to be put down as notes.

24. The reading speed that is ideal for reading materials that are important and require
intensive reading and comprehensive is called AVERAGE

25. A listening comprehension type which is not restricted to instruction, direction or facts
is one that focuses on getting theGENERAL IMPRESSIONof what the speaker says.


26. The most difficult task in listening comprehension is to be able to distinguish facts from
fables or facts from OPINIONS

27. When you hear sentences beginning with verbs such as 'do', 'do not ', 'leave', 'petition',
know that a useful information in form of INSTRUCTIONSis about to be given.

28. Reading materials are not to be read the same way, the same time, in all PURPOSES

29. Listening activities can be divided into two parts: (a) listening in general, social setting
and listening for SPECIFIC PURPOSES

30. The first thing you should do when trying to take note from a lecture is toLISTEN CAREFULLYto the
lecturer.

31. The number of words a reader can take in at a glance is referred to asRECOGNITION SPAN

32. Retrievable information is calledDATA

33. The productive language skills are: SPEAKINGandWRITING

34. Reading is a SECONDARYlanguage skill.

35. Informational listening encompasses: INSTRUCTION, DIRECTIONS, andFACTS

36. The levels of comprehension are:SUPERFICIAL COMPREHENSION andDEEP COMPREHENSION

37. Listening enabling skills are: Think along with the speaker, Relate, anticipate, interpret],
comprehend and RELATE

38. Being perceptive of hidden meanings in texts could be regarded asREADING BETWEEN THE LINES

39. SCIENTIFICtexts integrate verbal and nonverbal forms their presentation.

40. Manuals are examples of SCIENTIFIC TEXTS

41. Some reasons for reading scientific texts include: TO UTILIZE SCIENTIFIC KNOWLEDGEto operate byproducts ofscientific invention.

42. Critical analysis and evaluation involves the giving of: VALUE JUDGMENT

43. The processes of interpretation are: [deduction]. [Observation] and GIVING MEANING TO UTTERANCES

44. The ability to think along with the speaker is needed forACTIVE LISTENING

45. We listen for SPECIFIC PURPOSEin order to meet particular and special needs.


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46. Aural means of getting meaning from a speech act is calledLISTENING

47. Texts that explain concepts are called EXPOSITIONS

48. A narrative is FICTIONwhen it is not true to life.

49. The most intense part of a story is called CLIMAX

50. The story line of a narrative is referred to asPLOT

51. A narrative that tells a sad story isA TRAGEDY

52. In what form are long stories written? WORD

53. The categories of words that cut across all fields are calledCOMMON CORE WORDS

54. What is lexical familiarization?WORDS THAT ARE SIMILAR

55. When words around a word give us a clue to its meaning, this is calledCONTEXT OF MEANING

56. You could increase your vocabulary power through reading INTENSIVELYand Extensively.

57. Mention one activity that note forming and note making share in common. STUDY READING SPEED

58. What is the slowest reading speed? STUDY READING

59. A person that reads and understands easily can be called EFFICIENTreader.

60. The reading skill required when preparing for your examination can be calledSTUDY READING

61. Reading for information and pleasure are two readingSKIMMING

62. we read effectively to RECEIVE INFORMATION

63. CRITICAL/ANALYTICAL READINGinvolves high level of mental ability in reading.

64. SKIMMINGis the general review of a reading material.

65. The topic sentence in a paragraph containsMAIN IDEA

66. EXTENSIVE READINGkind of reading skills improves one's reading skills?

67. Reading for private study purpose and for classroom work can be referred toasINTENSIVE READING

68. In communication, LISTENINGis a receptive skill.

69. Debate, discussion, and lecture could be given as examples of SPEECH EVENT

70. The commonest type of listening isLISTENING FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES



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71. Mention one activity that aids interpretation isMAKING DEDUCTION

72. The levels of meaning areSURFACE MEANING andDEEP MEANING

73. Interpretation involves deriving MEANINGout of what is said.

74. The ability to interpret and evaluate a speaker's view point isCRITICAL ANALYSIS

75. We take notes from LECTURES

76. Too much familiarity breedsCONTEMPT

77. After the bomb BLASTPeople ran for safety

78. Mr. Driver, pleasePULLOVER TO THE RIGHT

79. Akinwemimo isn't leaving! IS HE?

80. Captain Adamu was RECALLEDfrom suspension after 2 months.

81. In her wedding gown, Bunmi looks BEAUTIFUL

82. It's high time we LEAVE

83. Mrs. Rufus did not PURCHASEall she needed from the stores.

84. Identify the correct register element in the following sentence: The tourists are in Nigeria for SIGHTSEEING

85. Identify the correct register element in the following sentence: The hijackers forced their way into the pilots' COCKPIT

86. Words that cut across all fields are calledCOMMON CORE WORDS

87. To always turn to the dictionary for any meaning of a word, every second is actuallyA LAZY STUDENT'S APPROACH TO LEARNING THE MEANING OF WORDS 1.00

88. ByLEXICAL FAMILIARIZATION we mean words that are similar, related or familiar to the words that we are trying to determine meaning of.

89. Finding meaning of words by using the technique of word ATTACK simply meansBREAKING A SEEMINGLY AND DIFFICULT WORD INTO DIVISIBLE PARTS AND FINDING THE MEANING OFEACH COMPONENT.

90. When in a distinguished annual lecture You TAKE NOTES

91. When reading a book in the library You MAKE NOTES

92. To increase your word power in English is to bePROFICIENT in the language

93. You read to gain knowledge of what is around you. Indeed, books enlighten you and make youINTELLIGENT

94. Listening comprehension as an interactive process involves the interpretative and the CRITICAL MIND of the listener.

95. CRITICAL ANALYSISinvolves looking at the merits and demerits of what is heard

96. FIGURES OR SCORESare representations of information inform of drawings, paintings or sketches.

97. In a listening activity, your ability to connect what was said before with what the speaker is saying now is calledRELATIONSHIP

98. In reading and interpreting TABLESyou should pay attention to the language and
figures presented.

99. NONVERBAL OR CONCRETE MATERIALS includes figures, formulae and tables that are read in a comprehension.





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