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Thursday, 09 November 2017 02:14

What are the uses of oral communication?

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Behind the NeedUses? To quickly share information with others that share a common language.

There are numerous occasions that we encounter on a daily basis that would be considered examples of oral communication.

Here is a brain-stormed list in no particular priority:

· Answering your door bell and finding a sales person

· Answering your phone

· Giving a status report

· Giving a shift report at the beginning or end of your shift [I’m a nurse]

· Sharing a story with your family at the dinner table

· Sharing a story while having coffee at McDonalds with your friends

· Sharing a story while on your coffee break with co-workers

· Sharing a speech while at your Toastmasters club [I’ve given thousands]

· During a job interview, either applying for the job or being the person hiring

· During a personal or business networking session

· Making a sales pitch for your business

I’m the sure the list could go on and on …

As originally answered on Quora.com

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