When it comes to communicating, you may have to start somewhere.
A new quiz that quizzes people on how to communicate in a variety of ways may help you sharpen your skills, and could be just the thing to keep you up-to-date on the latest in communication.
The online communication style challenge (CQB) is an interactive video game designed to teach you how to create your own style of communication.
The game, created by the Australian-based company Fluid Language, was created in partnership with the University of Sydney, and has been made available to all users in Australia for free.
“In a recent study conducted by Fluid, we found that most of the participants did not use formal methods to communicate effectively with each other,” Fluid’s website states.
To understand how to use the CQB, players first have to figure out how to describe their topic.
Fluid then asks the players to explain what they mean by their words.
If they don’t know, they are asked to ask a question like “how do I express myself in writing?”, or “what is my style of writing?”
After answering the questions correctly, the players are asked how to complete a series of three- or four-line paragraphs.
After completing the questions, the player can then choose one of three options: 1.
“write short, succinct, or complete sentences” 2.
“use a combination of multiple words, phrases, or sentences” or 3.
“create a short paragraph”.
After choosing their style of language, players can then move on to the next question.
This next step allows players to ask questions about other aspects of the language, such as vocabulary and grammar.
When the players have completed their set of questions, they can move on and answer the questions again, and the next time the question is asked they are given another set of options.
Once the players complete all three questions correctly in the correct order, they move on up to the final question, which is an optional part of the game.
As a player, you can see the progress of the player as they complete the questions.
In this section, Fluid is showing the player the results of their responses to the questions as they are answered.
Each time the player answers correctly, Fluvial Language provides the player with a message, which they can send to the other players in the room.
At the end of the lesson, Flux is also telling the player how well they performed.
Although this isn’t the most important part of this video game, Flubble is the most engaging part of it.
The video features the player’s avatar, and as they play, they take part in a number of activities, such like playing with their pets, playing board games and even making music.
While the CUBB isn’t a traditional communication challenge, Flufl Language has an online mode, and users can record their answers to the CQB on video, share them on social media and even write their own stories.
According to Fluid founder, Michael Chilton, the CABE was born from his love for learning.
“[It] is something that I’ve always wanted to do in my life,” he said.
Michael Chilton has spent his entire life doing education and research in a different field.
He first started teaching writing, and over the course of his career, he has studied a variety for language, reading and communication.
He also holds a degree in education, which allows him to write books for his students.
However, he also believes the best way to learn is through interactive games.
What’s next for Fluid?
“The next thing we’re aiming for is to develop a video game where people can record and share their answers,” Chilton said.
“We also plan to add a feature that will allow you to see your answers as they’re being recorded.”
While Fluid has a very limited time frame for its CQBs, the company says it plans to expand into new areas.
It’s also looking to expand its business beyond video games, so that it can expand into a broader range of industries.
Image credits: FluidLanguage.com