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14. what best describes you just saying “no” without any explanation to a hosts offer of a meal?15. If you observe conversational behaviour in Western cultures, what are you likely to notice?20. What are two examples of evasive language?22. Which of the following indicates a speakers willingness to take responsibility for oneself?7. our professor introduces herself using the title “professor” but calls you by your first name. This is an example of using what type of language to createdistance?9. Which function of communication is illustrated when a person rolls his or her eyes while making a negative comment out another person?12. Which of the following have researchers found to be facial expressions that people everywhere use and understand, irrespective of culture?
15. Rather than lie or crush your friends creative spirit by being honest, you tell your friend that their collection of poems is “unique” and “like nothing you have read before” What is this an example of?17. What is an acronym?20. Communicators in a high-context culture are more likely to do which of the following?21. Which of the following is true about language?22. What will help you to make sense of ambiguous non-verbal communication?23. What are sup, sux, and np all examples of?28. What term refers to the study of the way people use space?5. Which of the following factors should be considered when you are trying to make sense of ambiguous non-verbal behaviour?13. Which term refers to the way in which you use your voice including pitch, volume, and intonation?
16. According to the text, which of the following statements is true?23. The statements “You make me disgusted” or “You make me happy” demonstrate a lack of which of the following?26. What do syntactic rules govern?