Responding can be done verbally by paraphrasing, summarizing, asking questions or by expressing their own thoughts on the matter. The receiver can also respond non-verbally by nodding their head, smiling, or by maintaining good body language. Without this step, communication would not be collaborative. The receiver’s feedback is part of responding and helps the sender ensure you understood what has been said. Developing the skill of being an effective listener is a vital communication skill.
In an Oral Report the speaker needs to address the audience directly. Hence not only the content and structure but also the speaker’s body language and tone of voice help make a good presentation. For example : If a speaker is addressing the audience on the topic of “Personal Grooming” and he himself is not well groomed the message being conveyed is mixed. His personality and dressing sense needs to reflect and confirm what he is saying. Before delivering the oral report, the speaker needs to practice delivering the oral report.
The language is known to be the most important means of human communication, through which people exchange ideas and achieve mutual understanding. If people speak the same language, the communication easily takes place, however, when people speak different languages, spontaneous communication becomes impossible. In this case, translation comes to help. Translation is defined as the transmission of thoughts expressed in one language to another. In order to translate the information we should memorize it.
This rising use is affecting language because people might prefer them instead of typing a whole phrase for many reasons starting by the easiness and gain of time. It also helps to express the right message in a more successful way through a huge amount of expressions and symbols. Moreover, male and female are different in many fields like language as seen by several researches the usage is also dissimilar in term of emoji use. Consequently, this amassed use of emoji in everyday life might be a sign that this contemporary fashion of communication might reach a new scale to make it a language.as we shall discuss in this present
Therefore, English has been considered as an inevitable communicative language which we must learn in order to achieve different learning. Because of that situation, spread of English as a global language will bring out some advantages as well as some drawbacks. It is undoubtedly that spreading English globally has been bringing many benefits to human daily life. Spread English as a global language can make the communication without hindrance while the less misunderstanding between people who come from different nations. For example, there are many global social problems which need to be solved together by many countries such as human right, political, sovereignty, climate change, hunger, disease and so on.
For not to be misunderstood, we should choose suitable words for our subject that we are talking about. Secondly, learning a new language makes you a better listener, it develops your creativity. According to some researchs bilingual people's attention, blocking noise and tone detection capabilities are improved than the others. Also, speaking without thinking and building meaningful sentences something which is really hard with a different language. Therefore being bilingual supports speaking fluently, nice selection of words and ability to play with words.
Essays are most often a way of organizing the writers’ thoughts, ideas, and key concepts in an orderly fashion. They are meant to increase not only the readers understanding of the topic at hand, but also the writers’; they push them to analyze and critically judge in a coherent and persuasive manner about any topic. Essays are important because they are very influential in their range of subject
On the other hand, culture can be defined as the beliefs or values by making sense of our experiences, also concerns how we communicate these values and ideas through mass media. Thus, mass media are centrally involved in the production of modern culture. Moreover, advertisement can bring a big group of audiences (Jawitz W., 1996) in order to attract the biggest possible audiences for the television shows, newspaper and so on; the media have to do every way to entertain the audiences the most. The audiences are absorbed the advertising by the media. Hence, when the media are trying to advertise something; it likes a trend; people in similar group will have the same culture which means they are forced to buy the
To be an effective communicator, one must pay attention to what they are saying verbally and physically. Once they can match these two forms of communications together, then they can effectively give a seminar, teach, or even provide some form of guidance. Many people communicate with hand gestures to help get their point across. It is very important to find what you are comfortable with so you can communicate effectively. Listening to someone is also important, especially in a professional setting.
• Job interview 2.1.3 Advantages and disadvantages of interviews The main advantages of interviews are: • They are useful to obtain detailed information about personal feel-ings, perceptions and opinions • They allow more detailed questions to be asked • They usually achieve a high response rate • Respondents' own words are recorded • Ambiguities can be clarified and incomplete answers followed up • Precise wording can be tailored to respondent and precise meaning of questions clarified (eg for students with English as a Second Language) • Interviewees are not influenced by others in the group • Some interviewees may be less self-conscious in a one-to-one situation. The main disadvantages of interviews are: • They can be very time-consuming: setting up, interviewing, tran-scribing, analysing, feedback, reporting • They can be