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Principles of oral communication

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The principles of oral communication are discussed below:

      -Clear pronunciation: Clear pronunciation of message sender in the main factor or oral communication. If it is not clear, the goal of the message may not be achieved.

 

 

 

      -Precision: Precision is needed to make oral communication effective. The meaning of the words must be specific.

 

      -Natural voice: The speaker’s must not be fluctuated at the time of oral communication. On the other hand artificial voice must be avoided.

 

      -Planning: Organized plan is a must for effective oral communication. The speaker should take proper plan for delivering speech.

 

      -Simplicity: The speaker should use simple an understandable words in oral communication. It should be easy and simple.

 

      -Legality: The speaker’s speech should be legal and logical at the time of oral communication.

 

      -Avoiding emotions: At the time of oral discussion, excessive emotions can divert a speaker from main subject. So, the speaker should be careful about emotion. The speech must be emotionless.

 

      -Acting: Many people lose concentration after listening for a few minutes. So speech must be emotionless.

 

 

    -Vocabulary: Words bear different meanings to different people in different situations. In oral communication, a speaker should use the most familiar words to the receiver of the message to avoid any confusion in the meaning of the words.