Language Skill listening

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1. Listening is not a/an-
(a) passive process
(b) active process
(c) communicative process
(d) bimodal process

Ans: (a) passive process.

2. Which statement is true for listening?
(i) listening is a top-down processing
(ii) listening is a bottom-up processing

(a) only (i) is true
(b) only (ii) is true
(c) both (i) & (ii) are true
(d) none is true

Ans: (c) both (i) & (ii) are true.

3. Type of listening that we find in social gathering is—
(a) casual listening
(b) intensive listening
(c) focused listening
(d) biased listening

Ans: (a) casual listening.

4. Type of listening that we find in Quiz Contest is—
(a) intensive listening
(b) casual listening
(c) biased listening
(d) unfocused listening

Ans: (a) intensive listening.

5. Which statement is not true for listening
(a) listening is necessary for ear training
(b) listening is a passive skill
(c) listening is a top down process only
(d listening should be used more with the beginners

Ans: (c) listening is a top down process only.

6. Language teaching should begin with listening because—
(a) language is primarily oral
(b) language is primarily written
(c) language is primarily ideograph
(d) language is primarily pictograph.

Ans: (a) language is primarily oral.

7. In listening for specific information a student must—
(a) ignore the details
(b) follow body language
(c) identify the gap fillers
(d) make a summary

Ans: (a) ignore the details.

8. Predicting’ is a——of listening (Choose the correct one to fill in).
(a) feature
(b) sub-skill
(c) function
(d) phase

Ans: (b) sub-skill.

9. A while-listening task must have a—
(b) brain-storming session
(a) follow-up activity
(c) pre-listening activities
(d) writing activity

Ans: (a) follow-up activity.

Language skill :Listening
Language skill :Listening

10. Listening material should not be
(b) authentic
(a) realistic
(d) too lengthy
(c) meaningful

Ans: (d) too lengthy.

11. Which one is a barrier to listening?
(a) noise
(b) previous knowledge
(c) difficult idea
(d) wrong pause

Ans: (a) noise.

12. Active listening involves responding in what three ways?
a) Content, feeling and thought
b) Feeling, understanding and thoughts
c) Thoughts, skills and understanding
d) Mentally, verbally and non-verbally

Ans: d) Mentally, verbally and non-verbally.

13. Listening, like speaking, reading, and writing, is ______.
a) a habit
b) an art
c) a gift of nature
d) a skill

Answer : d) a skill.

14. What to do to explain listening ability?
a) Provide easiest material
b) Hearing news
c) Limited vocabulary
d) Provide challenging material

Ans: d) Provide challenging material.

15. What are the four types of listeners?
a) Active listeners
b) Passive listeners
c) Non-Listeners & Evaluative listeners
d) All of Above.

Ans: d) All of Above.

16. What is the First Stage of Listening Skills?
a) Receiving Stages
b) Understanding Stages
c) Evaluating Stages
d) Responding Stages

Ans: a) Receiving Stages.

17. What are the last stages of Listening skills?
a) Receiving Stages
b) Understanding Stages
c) Evaluating Stages
d) Responding Stages

Ans: a) Receiving Stages.

18. What are the name of Stages of Listening?
a) receiving, understanding, evaluating, and responding.
b) understanding, Retention, evaluating
c) None of these
d) Both

Ans: a) receiving, understanding, evaluating, and responding.

19. Listening is the ability to understand
a) analyze
b) respect
c) Appropriately respond to the meaning of another person’s spoken and nonverbal messages
d) All of these

Ans: d) All of these.

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