oral communication

NOUN
  1. (language) communication by word of mouth
    he recorded the spoken language of the streets
    he uttered harsh language
    his speech was garbled
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  • With strong oral communication. presentation and report writing skill.
  • Those who find verbal communication difficult will have to rely on what we call corporal communication.
  • Accent on lively oral communication but language practice and writing also included.
  • Oral communication is equally effective for the receiver, who can instantly clarify what something means.
  • English capability: can read English documentation independently, oral communication with foreigner.
  • In English, for example, suprasegmentals play a very important role in perception and comprehension because a listener gets the cue from the suprasegmentals in oral communication.
  • The major role of pamphlets and online information, however, should be to reinforce adequate oral communication.
  • It focuses on oral communication rather than written communication, which is vital in communities where there are many people who are not literate.
  • The oral communication expresses ability strong, kind communicate with person.
  • Oral communication is equally effective for the receiver, who can instantly clarify what something means.
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