Quiz: How much do you know about healthy communication? Posted under Quizzes. Updated 28 January 2015. +Related Content FacebookTwitteremailPrintCommunicating well with friends and partners is important, but it can sometimes be hard. Answer these questions to test your own communication skills!1) A healthy way to show that you are listening to someone is to: Rephrase what your friend said back to them. Look the person in the eye when they are speaking. Wait until the other person has finished speaking before you say something. All of the above.2) If you want to talk with your friend about something private, the best way to do this is: Demand to speak with your friend immediately when he or she is in a big group of people. Find your friend when he/she is alone so you can talk privately together. Don't say anything because it's better to hold your feelings inside. Stop talking to your friend until he/she asks what's wrong.3) A healthy way to express your hurt feelings is by saying: “You make me mad when you do that.” “I hate you when you don't do what I want.” “I feel upset when you do that.” “You should know what I'm feeling.”4) If you and a good friend are having an argument that you can't seem to work out, you should: Tell your friend that you won't talk to them until they say you're right. Talk behind their back with all your other friends. Ask a trusted adult for help. Storm out of the room and slam the door behind you.5) If you and a good friend are going through a tough time, it might help you to: Ignore your friend and spend all your time with other people. Blame all the problems on yourself. Stop listening to what the other person has to say. Remember that you care about each other and try to listen extra hard to each other.