29. Reading Comprehension

29. Reading Comprehension




Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it

The interview may be conducted by letter and by telephone, as well as
in person.  Letter and telephone interviews are less satisfactory.  Direct
contact with an individual and a face to face relationship often provide
a stimulating situation for both interviewer and interviewee.  Personal
reaction and interaction is useful not only in rapport but also in
obtaining nuances and additional information by the reactions which are
more fully observed in a face relationship.
Adequate preparation for the interview is a must.  Careful planning
saves not only time but also energy of both parties concerned.  The
interview is used to obtain facts or subjective data such as individual
opinions,attitudes and preferences.  Interviews are used to check on
questionnaires which may have been used to obtain data or when a problem
being investigated   is complex or when the information needed to
solve it cannot be secured easily in any other way.  People will often
give information orally but will not put it in writing





1.    The intention of the writer of this passage is to

A.
Warn the readers against conducting interviews.
B.
Instruct people on the best means of conducting interviews.
C.
Tell people how to make friends with interviewers.
D.
Advise people on the use of letters and telephone.



2.     According to the author the best way to conduct interview is-

A.
To talk to the interviewees over a telephone. 


B.
To write letters to interviewees


C.
To observe to interviewees


D.
To have a direct conversation with the interviewees.




3.    If I want to interview someone.

A.
All I need to do is just drop in and have a talk with the person.


B.
I ought to plan and prepare for the  interview well in advance.


C.
I have to ring up the person and ask  him/her all the question I want to


D.
 I have to ring up the person and ask him/her all the question I want to


4.    Face-to- face interaction enables the interviewer to

A.
Understand shades of meaning not readily available in written responses.


B.
Observation the physical stature of the  interviewee.


C.
listen to the voice of the interviewee directly.


D.
Compel the interviewees to express their opinion in writing.



5.    The author used 'individual opinions' 'attitudes' and preferences as examples of -

A.
Objective data about the interviewees. 


B.
Abstract philosophical concepts  irrelevant to the interview process.


C.
Psychological properties particular to a given interviewee.


D.
Likes and dislikes common to interviewers and interviewees




Answers:  1-B, 2-D, 3-B, 4-A, 5-C 


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