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15 March 2007 Men vs. Women In the article by Tannen, she describes the differences in how men and women talk to each other. Comparing how men and women show that they are listening during conversations, how men help out other men seeing the other side to situations, how women when talking with each other face each other and make listener noises. There are many different aspects of how men and women communicate. One aspect of how men and women communicate is how they act when in the middle of conversation. Women make listener noises, and make eye contact at all times. Listener noises can be anything like saying, “hmm,” or “yes,” while the speaker is making points during there conversation. As for men, most conversations are silent and most often do not make eye contact. I have seen in many conversations that I have with my friends that when we talk, we are never looking at each other, and are always silent until the other person has finished talking. Women have also been known for finishing each others
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