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What are the aspects Applicable in non verbal communication clues?
July 11, 2009 5:44PM
Within the face-to-face encounter of speech, communication is not limited to words. Speakers use a wide variety of extra-verbal devices, from emphasis and dramatic pauses to changes in tone or tempo. Speakers also use a broad range of non-verbal clues. They "talk" with their eyes and their bodies. They use hand gestures and facial expressions to convey ideas. And speakers respond to similar cues from their listeners-the nods and grunts that say, in effect, "I hear you," or the quizzical looks that say, "I don't understand."