I doing right now my homework on COV2.7.1 Business English and I need all twenty answers of nr.7 lessons
1. wich of the following is a characteristic of communication in high- context cultures
2.Wich of the following would be the most useful strategy for learning to communicate effectively with international employees working in your overseas divisions?
3.You are in a meeting with an international executive at his office. A colleague comes in to talk to him during your appointment and he accepts two phone calls. This probably means that:
5.Which of the following is NOT a good guideline to follow when writing to international audiences?
6.If a business associate from overseas refuses to look you in the eye while you and he are speaking, you should
7.In response to a compliment on his excellent oral presentation, a Japanese business executive replies, "No, it wasn't very good." Which of the following is the MOST likely explanation for this response?
8.The emphasis given to one or more words in a sentence is
9.You are speaking to a group of 25 people for 30 minutes. You should
10.In order to appear more authoritative in a speaking situation, you should
11.Dot planning is
12.Positive roles and actions of individuals that help the group achieve its task goals include
13.Unsuccessful groups are more likely than successful groups to
14.When someone complains about a problem, is it a good idea to quickly suggest a solution
15.Buying time with limited agreement is a useful strategy when you
16.Repeating in your own words the verbal content of the critic's message is
17.Angelo says, "I want to open the window while we work in here." Bruce says, "I want to keep the window closed." Jenna then asks Angelo, "Will you be satisfied if we have the window open?" Jenna is
18.Which of the following sentences advocates an idea in a positive way
19.If a group does not formally vote during a meeting
20.Which of the following is NOT something a group should do when it plans a collaborative writing project