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Business Communication ENG 301
Fall 2017
Assignment No. 1
Total Marks: 20
Lectures: 1-8

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Q1. Read each description carefully and identify the most appropriate source of communication for each description
1. It connects millions of computers. All the countries are linked for the exchange of data, news and opinions. It is a global collection of computers linked to each other. One can use a simple PC and telephone connection and one can reach anywhere in the world through it. It links thousands of computers at universities, government sector, research agencies and business centers. One can send and receive messages through it.
1. Internet
2. E-mail
3. Voicemail
4. Fax
2. It is the exchange of computer-stored messages by telecommunication. One can send text and non-text files, images, sound files and other attachments through a network to a specified person or group of persons. It is still the most popular use of internet. It can also be exchanged between the users of the online service provider and in networks. It is the modern form of postal mail.
1. E-mail
2. Voicemail
3. Fax
4. Pager
3. A caller leaves a voice message when the person called is absent or is busy in some other conversation. The voice message is stored on the service provider's server in a space reserved for the user. Most systems use phone networks for these functions. Some systems may use multiple telecommunications methods, permitting recipients and callers to retrieve or leave messages through multiple methods such as PCs, PDA, or Smartphones.
1. Voicemail
2. E-mail
3. Fax
4. Pager
4. It is the transmission of scanned printed material to a telephone number connected to a printer. The original document is scanned by a fax machine which processes the contents as a single fixed graphic image, converting it into a bitmap, and then transmitting it through the telephone system in the form of audio-frequency tones. The receiving fax machine interprets the tones and reconstructs the image, printing a paper copy.
1. Fax
2. E-mail
3. Internet
4. Pager
5. It is a wireless telecommunications device that receives and displays alphanumeric messages and receives and announces voice messages. One-way devices can receive messages, while two-way devices can acknowledge, reply, and originate messages using an internal transmitter. These systems can range from a restaurant system with a single low-power transmitter, to a nationwide system with thousands of high-power base stations.
1. Pager
2. Fax
3. E-mail
4. Internet

Q2. Read the given descriptions carefully and identify the correct type of barrier for each description from the given choices. (5 ×2=10 Marks)
1. A single word may have hundreds of meanings and each word, sign and symbol’s meaning may differ from person to person. So, when a message is sent by a sender to a receiver, it might be interpreted wrongly in a communication process causing misunderstandings between them.
(a) Semantic barrier
(b) Psychological barrier
(c) Emotional barrier
(d) Perception barrier
2. This is the type of barrier in which environmental and natural conditions act as a hindrance in communication between a sender and receiver. Organizational environment and interior workspace design problems, technological problems and noise are parts of these barriers.
(a) Physical barrier
(b) Attitude barrier
(c) Emotional barrier
(d) Perception barrier
3. The influence of mental state of the communicators creates an obstacle for effective communication. Communication is highly influenced by the mental condition of the communicators and is disturbed by mental disturbance. If the people involved in communication are not emotionally well, they won’t be able to communicate properly.
(a) Psychological barrier
(b) Emotional barrier
(c) Attitude barrier
(d) Perception barrier
4. These types of barriers are mental walls that keep you away from openly communicating your thoughts and feelings to others. They prevent you from being true to yourself and living your life to the fullest. Individuals with such barriers tend to be extremely reserved, cautious, and insecure.
(a) Emotional barrier
(b) Psychological barrier
(c) Attitude barrier
(d) Perception barrier
5. One of the most obvious barriers in communication would be the ethnic, religious and social differences that may exist while trying to communicate. If one does not know much about a person’s society with whom one is trying to communicate, it will create a barrier because s/he would not know how to start or end a conversation.
(a) Perception barrier
(b) Cultural Barrier
(c) Attitude barrier
(d) Experiential barrier

ENG301 Assignment#01 Solution 

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Question#01

1. Internet

2. Email

3. VoiceMial

4. fax

5.Pager

Question#02

1. Semantic Barrier

2. Physical Barrier

3. Psychological Barrier

4. Emotional Barrier

5. Cultural Barrier

 

ENG301 Assignment#01 Solution 

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ENG301 Business Communication
Assignment 1

Solution:

Q1. Read each description carefully and identify the most appropriate source of communication for each description.

1. It connects millions of computers. All the countries are linked for the exchange of data, news and opinions. It is a global collection of computers linked to each other. One can use a simple PC and telephone connection and one can reach anywhere in the world through it. It links thousands of computers at universities, government sector, research agencies and business centers. One can send and receive messages through it. 

  1. Internet
  2. E-mail
  3. Voicemail
  4. Fax


2. It is the exchange of computer-stored messages by telecommunication. One can send text and non-text
files, images, sound files and other attachments through a network to a specified person or group of persons. It is still the most popular use of internet. It can also be exchanged between the users of the online service provider and in networks. It is the modern form of postal mail.

  1. E-mail
  2. Voicemail
  3. Fax
  4. Pager

3.  A  caller  leaves  a  voice  message  when  the  person  called  is  absent  or  is  busy  in  some  other
conversation. The voice message is stored on the service provider's server in a space reserved for the user. Most systems use phone networks for these functions. Some systems may use multiple telecommunications methods,  permitting  recipients  and  callers  to  retrieve  or  leave  messages through multiple methods such as PCs, PDA, or Smartphones.

  1. Voicemail
  2. E-mail
  3. Fax
  4. Pager


4. It is the transmission of scanned printed material to a telephone number connected to a printer. 
The  original  document  is  scanned  by  a  fax  machine  which  processes  the  contents  as  a  single 
fixed  graphic  image,  converting  it  into a bitmap,  and then transmitting  it through the telephone system in the form of audio-frequency tones. The receiving fax machine interprets the tones and reconstructs the image, printing a paper copy.

  1. Fax
  2. E-mail
  3. Internet
  4. Pager

5. It is a wireless telecommunications device that receives and displays alphanumeric  messages 
and receives and announces voice messages. One-way devices can receive messages, while two-way devices can acknowledge, reply, and originate messages using an internal transmitter. These systems can range from a restaurant system with a single low-power transmitter, to a nationwide system with thousands of high-power base stations.

  1. Pager
  2. Fax
  3. E-mail
  4. Internet

Q2. Read the given descriptions carefully and identify the correct type of barrier for each 
description from the given choices. 

1. A  single  word  may  have  hundreds  of  meanings  and  each  word,  sign  and  symbol’s  meaning may differ from person to person. So, when a message is sent by a sender to a receiver, it might be interpreted wrongly in a communication process causing misunderstandings between them.

  • Semantic barrier
  • Psychological barrier
  • Emotional barrier
  • Perception barrier



2. This is the type of barrier in which environmental and natural conditions act as a hindrance in 
communication   between   a   sender   and   receiver.   Organizational   environment   and   interior
workspace design problems, technological problems and noise are parts of these barriers.

  • Physical barrier
  • Attitude barrier
  • Emotional barrier
  • Perception barrier

3. The  influence  of  mental  state  of  the  communicators  creates  an  obstacle  for  effective 
communication.   Communication   is   highly   influenced   by   the   mental   condition   of   the 
communicators and is disturbed by mental disturbance. If the people involved in communication 
are not emotionally well, they won’t be able to communicate properly.

  • Psychological barrier
  • Emotional barrier
  • Attitude barrier
  • Perception barrier

4. These types of barriers are mental walls that keep you away from openly communicating your 
thoughts and feelings to others. They prevent you from being true to yourself and living your life to  the  fullest.  Individuals  with  such  barriers  tend  to  be  extremely  reserved,  cautious,  and insecure.

  • Emotional barrier
  • Psychological barrier
  • Attitude barrier
  • Perception barrier

5. One of the  most obvious barriers  in  communication would be the ethnic, religious and  social 
differences  that  may  exist  while  trying  to  communicate.  If  one  does  not  know  much  about  a 
person’s  society  with  whom  one  is  trying  to  communicate,  it  will  create  a  barrier  because  s/he
would not know how to start or end a conversation.

  • Perception barrier
  • Cultural Barrier
  • Attitude barrier
  • Experiential barrier
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