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Effective communication vocabulary

Quiz by Paul McGuinness

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  • Q1
    letting things happen to you and not taking action
    to be passive (adjective)
  • Q2
    Sure that you can do something well or that something will happen
    to be confident (adjective)
  • Q3
    If you are .......... You are ready to argue or fight
    to be aggressive (adjective)
  • Q4
    behaving or speaking in a strong, confident way
    to be assertive (adjective)
  • Q5
    Sarcasm (noun) saying the opposite of what you mean to be rude to someone
    to be sarcastic (adjective)
  • Q6
    If you fold your arms you cross them in front of your chest
    folded (adjective) arms
  • Q7
    spoken and not written
    verbal (adjective)
  • Q8
    not using spoken language:- Body language
    non-verbal (adjective)
  • Q9
    The way your voice sounds that shows your emotions, feelings and thoughts
    tone (noun) of voice
  • Q10
    to stop a person from speaking or doing something for a short period by something you say or do:
    to interrupt (verb)
  • Q11
    to move your head down and then up, sometimes several times, especially to show agreement, approval, or greeting
    to nod (verb)
  • Q12
    to bring your eyebrows together so that there are lines on your face above your eyes to show that you are annoyed or worried
    to frown (verb)
  • Q13
    to speak very quietly, using the breath but not the voice, so that only the person close to you can hear you
    to whisper (verb)
  • Q14
    to stand, sit, or walk with the shoulders hanging forward and the head bent slightly over so that you look tired and bored
    to slouch (verb)
  • Q15
    to use bad words to make what you say stronger or to be rude to someone
    to swear (verb)

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