Differences Between Human And Human Language

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Human communicate with each other by using their own language such as Malay, Mandarin or Indian language. However, not only human can communicate, but animals also communicate with their language. There are some similarities to human language but animal languages are much more complicated. Information can be transferred from one or more animals to other animals when they are communicating. It may be deliberate or unintentional. For example, dogs communicate when they feel happy, sad, fearful, angry and nervous. They use their body language to tell us or convey the information to us. They speak to us, but in a different language. Dogs use facial expressions, ear set, tail carriage and overall demeanour to signal their intentions and feelings to others.…show more content…
Most of the dogs’ eyes are almond-shaped but some dogs have round eyes. When we want to know how the dogs feel, we can pay attention with the size of eyes or the direction and intensity of his gaze. If the sizes of their eyes are normal, this means that they are happy and relax. This is the time when we can come closer to the dogs and play with them. However, when the dogs’ eyes are larger than normal, this indicates that they are telling the others to not come closer to them because they are feeling aggressive and angry. If they feel scared or stressed, their eyes are smaller than they usually are. This is different when the dogs are in pain or not feeling well as they often look as they are squinting their eyes. Other than looking to the size of their eyes, the direction of dogs’ gaze is also one of the ways to communicate. If the dog looks at us with a relaxed facial expression, he is hoping us to notice him and he is being friendly with us. For those aggressive dogs, they do not look directly at us yet look out of the corners of their eyes so that we see a good deal of the whites of their

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