NEAEA Ethiopia Grade 12 English Unit 2 – Communication Question Answers: . You can test our knowledge of your Grade 12 English textbook online. Out free questions and answers will also help for Ethiopian EUEE University Entrance written exam preparation.
In this part of Unit 2 you will:
• talk about different kinds of communication
• learn how to make guesses
• listen to people in different jobs, describe how they communicate
• learn some words that describe feelings
• practise different ways of expressing regret
• role-play and discuss situations in which there is miscommunication
• extend your knowledge of prefixes
• read about and listen to some tips for communicating effectively
• write a definition of communication
• read about communication in the animal world
• create a mind map about ICT in education and write an essay on the topic.
Grade 12 English Unit 2 – Communication Question Answers
|Unit No.||2 Communication|
|Type of question||Sample multiple choice|
|Test type||Online Quiz|
1. Choose words from the box below to describe the feelings of each person about their job. You may also use your own words.
2. Make an if sentence about each of these situations.
1 There is a beautiful bicycle on sale in the shop. You don’t have enough money to buy it.
Example: If I had enough money, I would buy the beautiful bicycle on sale in the shop.
2 You didn’t go to the concert last night so you didn’t hear the fantastic music.
3 You don’t play netball well enough, so you can’t be in the team.
4 The goalkeeper didn’t play well at your last match, and that’s why your team lost.
5 You spoke to Assefa and he can’t come to the film as he hasn’t got any money
3. Write three sentences about what would happen if you changed in some way.
Example: If I ate more I would put on weight and I would look better.
4. Make a but for… sentence about each of the situations below.
Example: I didn’t pass my exam because I had a bad headache.
But for my headache, I would have passed my exam.
Or But for the fact that I had a headache, I would have passed my exam.
1 I wanted to go with you to the film, but I couldn’t because my mother was ill.
2 If my brother hadn’t heard the burglars, they would have stolen everything.
3 Ali’s height prevents him from being a really good basketball player.
4 Makeda is too lazy to be a good student.
5. Make sentences about each of these situations using I wish or if only.
Example: My brother smokes too many cigarettes.
I wish my brother didn’t smoke so many cigarettes!
1 It’s so hot!
2 We have had no rain for nearly a year.
3 I didn’t see you at the concert last night.
4 Our teacher has given us a lot of homework.
6. Write four sentences expressing regret about something in your life using if only and I wish.
Read these sentences out to a partner and practise speaking the phrases.
Examples: If only I had done my homework last night.
I wish I’d spent more time with my grandfather.
7. Add the correct prefix to each of these words.
Do this quiz to discover whether you are a good communicator. Choose one answer for each question. Work on your own.
1. If you say something unkind or angry to someone. What should you do?
a. Apologise straight away for your unkindness or anger.
b. Don’t say anything, but behave in a kindly way to the person next time you meet.
c. Take some time to think about what happened and then apologise and explain why you behaved in that way.
2. If someone says something unkind or angry to you. What should you do?
a. Tell that person firmly that what they said was wrong, so that in future they don’t behave like that again.
b. Think about what happened and then go and discuss it with that person: explain how you felt and ask why they were angry.
c. Stay quiet and don’t refer to it next time you see that person. Pretend it didn’t happen.
3. When a younger relative is doing something or says something that you find very annoying, how
should you respond?
a. Explain how you feel and ask them to stop; in that way they will respect you.
b. Speak angrily and loudly so they stop and won’t do it again.
c. Ignore them and let them carry on.
4. When you are listening to someone, how do you listen?
a. Stay quiet, but look at the person and smile.
b. Ask some questions as you listen.
c. Repeat or paraphrase what the person has said from time to time.
5. When someone asks your advice, how should you give it?
a. Give as much information as you can on the subject.
b. Give only the information that is relevant.
c. Ask the person questions to find out exactly what the problem is before making any suggestions.