Verbal Communication: The Importance Of Communication

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Verbal communication is the ability to send information through speech, email, or text. Many times when we communicate we rely heavily on nonverbal cues. The factors that our brain rely on can be posture, gestures, eye contact, expressions, breaks in speech, and clothing. Nonverbal communication is key because the noise we experience from verbal forms can disrupt the intended message we had hope to send. Our actions can send a great deal of information to the people around us with little or no words. One example of this can be seen from the “dance” that people who speak different languages do when trying to get their meaning across. Imagen you run into a foreigner who cannot speak, or only know a few phrases, of English. They might hold intense…show more content…
A majority of the received information is interpreted from non-verbal communication; weather we know it or not. We are more accustom to transferring information via verbal language; however, the process is more beneficial for technical information not emotional information. If speaking to another individual and they “I love you” your brain is able to decode the meaning of the phrase as strong feeling for another, but if the phrase is said by the same person while they are looking away we can interpret it as uncaring. Messages can also be interpreted differently from other factors like age, race, culture, religion, gender, emotional state, amount of receivers/senders, family background, social status, etc. “the fact is even when face to face with another person in the very same room speaking the same language, human communication is incredibly complex.”{How miscommunicate happen} When we communicate using language the sender will send information though their own interpretation. The receiver will take the message and then interperate the meaning from their own experiences. Our percipton creates a field of misscommunicat beacause the words are understood but not the
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