Body Language and Verbal Communication - Dannica & Jaren

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Body Language and Verbal Communication - Dannica & Jaren

Body Language

Russians matter a lot on body language. You can come off rude if you cross your legs, put your arms behind your head, rest your arms on the chair, etc.

Verbal Communication


Verbal communication is a manner of articulition of the togngue, lips and jaw. We can change the tones of our voices, undertoned or articulationBody language is a form of communication that is done subconsciously. It occurs almost everytime we speak. and we move our limbs or conjugate our heads to express orselves.

Verbal communication can be defined as communicating your thoughts through words. Such thoughts may be ideas, opinions, directions, dissatisfaction, objections, your emotions and pleasures.

Body language isn't just from movements, it's about what you wear too!

Verbal commincation is talking with our voices. We learn this naturally. This is the general way of communication. But as we speak, we subconsciously fidget with our hands, play with our hair or even twitch our noses. This is body language,, body language occurs when we speak and can determine our thoughts and feelings.

Did you know that when we verbally communicate, what people notice is the tone of voice, words, your body language and expression

When standing up, if someones toes are inverted, that means thatbthe person is interested and vice versa.

In songs, you can verbally communicate to someone while not face to face because most songs tell a story and what's happening. Just like in a real conversation.

People have a tendency to believe that words are the most effective means of communications. In other words, if they just come up with the proper words in the proper order, they will get across everything they want to say. And so, they tend to work on developing their verbal communication skills exclusively.

verbal communication

When we communicate verbally with others, either in a conversation or in a presentation, our usual goal is to have people understand what we are trying to say. In order to accomplish this, we should remember the acronym KISS (Keep It Short and Simple). When we talk to others, we assume they will understand us. We know what we are trying to say, so obviously our message will get through. Right? Not necessarily. People bring their own attitudes, opinions, emotions and experiences to an encounter and this often clouds their perception of our message.

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