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When we talk on a cell phone and need to keep asking, "Can you hear me now?" this barrier to listening is known as ________ noise. (Points : 1) a external b internal c semantic
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User: When we talk on a cell phone and need to keep asking, "Can you hear me now?" this barrier to listening is known as ________ noise. (Points : 1) a external b internal c semantic d selection

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User: Which of the following statements best describes high-context cultures? (Points : 1) a Listeners pay more attention to the words spoken than the speaker's status b People are less concerned about loss of face than in low-context cultures c People believe that it is the listener's responsibility to achieve understanding d Listeners expect messages to be detailed and thorough

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