The spoken language is the most important way of communication-1

The spoken language is the most important way of communication-1

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Unformatted text preview: The spoken language is the most important way of communication. Its a lot the can be told by the way someone speaks. Their origin, their environment, even their level of education can be told by the way someone speaks. The way people interpret words are different. For example most people from the south call a cola a soda and people in the north call a cola a pop. In order to follow a fair judgment on how educated someone is we cant judge the by the context but by their content. People are going to sound different. The words they speak should all be the same because we follow the same American based dictionary. I have noticed that my origin has influenced the way I speak and Im sure it has done the same for the other people that live in the north. I began to notice the difference as I came to college and got to interact with more people from the south. There is also a big difference from the way people on the east coast and west coast speak to. I have noticed that people from the south have a hard time pronouncing coast and west coast speak to....
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This note was uploaded on 05/09/2011 for the course ENG 104 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Ball State.

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