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Unformatted text preview: Romero, Von Joby M. ChE-2 A C O M P A R I S O N B E T W E E N N O R M A L A N D WO R K P L A C E C O N V E R SA T I O N ( Rev ised) A conversation is a communication between two or more people for the purpose of exchanging or conveying information. It is sometimes the best ideal form of communication, depending on the conversants intended ends. For example, each party desires a relatively equal exchange of information. A successful conversation includes mutually interesting connections between the speakers. It only means that conversant can both relate themselves on a topic. Conversation can be classified as a workplace conversation and a normal one. Both are used in everyday life depending on the situation or event. A boundary can be placed between them not only by looking at their functions and purpose but also by considering the manner of talking and the topics being involved in each conversation. A normal conversation is a form of communication that has free flow of words from both parties and what can be termed as spontaneity of conversing. This kind of conversation does not require specific topic, what can be termed as spontaneity of conversing....
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