Multiple Choice - Communication Studies
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by Charmaine Fletcher Santana
| 11 Questions
1
1 pt
Based on the cartoon above, which type of context is highlighted.
A small group
B intercultural
C organizational
D interpersonal
2
1 pt
What type of register is created during the interaction?
A. casual
B. initimate
C. consultative
D. formal
3
2 pts
Based on the cartoon above, identify two types of contexts generated.
Dodo, petit popo, Petit popo pas v'lez dodo, Dodo, petit popo, Petit popo pas v'lez dodo.
4
1 pt
Look at the French-Creole lullaby above. Which group of countries would be most likely be familiar with this song?
A Suriname, Guyana and Aruba
B Trinidad and Tobago, Haitit and Belize
C Martinique, Guadulope, Haiti
D The Bahamas, Puerto Rico, Jamaica
5
1 pt
Which countries with Standard English as the official language, would have members of its population who are able to understand the lullaby?
A Trinidad, St. Lucia and Dominica
B Dominican Republic, Trinidad and Haiti
C Guyana, Jamaica and Barbados
D The Bahamas, Guadelupe and Martinique
Anda parrandero... (anda parrandero) Vamo' de parranda... (anda parrandero) Hace buenísimo tiempo... (anda parrandero) En esta Nochebuena... (anda parrandero). Todos ya están listo. ¿No oyes tú la banda, que está fuera? Afinan el cuatro, mandolina y bajo. El carro ya está esperando. Amigo, vamos á gozar.
6
1 pt
Which ONE of the following countries would have influenced the introduction of this Spanish-based Christmas song found in Trinidad?
A Spain
B Puerto Rico
C Dominican Republic
D Venezuela
7
1 pt
Which ONE of the following is NOT considered to be a feature of language?
A systematic
B (uniquely) human
C dynamic
D expressive
8
1 pt
Language fills many purposes. Which combination is incorrect?
A expressive, communicative, metalinguistic
B cognitive, expressive, phatic
C phatic, informative, creative
D poetic, markers of identify, ritualistic
9
4 pts
Careuflly examine the lyrics of the song and identify FOUR linguistic features that are NOT Standard English features.

You no haffi ask is who A the general issuing a warning
Jah people dem a ball seh dem tired a mediocre Evil a go fall when wi trop inna Ethiopia Believing from dawn 'caz' dem life no easy bout yah Even Banton seh it’s not a easy road
Here comes trouble by Chronixx
10
4 pts
After conducting a survey, group of students at your secondary school have decided to send to petition to the Prime Minister of your country, requesting that Creole, instead of Standard English, be used in the teaching of classes.

Give TWO arguments in favour of the use of Creole and TWO against its use in the classroom.


11
4 pts
After conducting a survey, group of students at your secondary school have decided to send to petition to the Prime Minister of your country, requesting that Creole, instead of Standard English, be used in the teaching of classes.

Give TWO arguments in favour of the use of Creole and TWO against its use in the classroom.



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