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    what is the biggest barrier in communication?


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    Welcome to the forums.

    Is this a question about the nature of communication or about your sentence?


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    Roslan, I will stick my neck out and say 'prejudice'.

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    roslan84, i'll eat my head if you don't know the answer.


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    e2e4, now that I'd like to see!!!!

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    excuse me but i'd like to ask is there anything missing in your the last post?
    the sentence seems empty to me. (no subject)
    would someone please unravel the mistery!


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    Quote Originally Posted by e2e4 View Post
    excuse me but i'd like to ask is there anything missing in your the last post?
    the sentence seems empty to me. (no subject)
    would someone please unravel the mystery!
    I would like to see that - it is an inverted sentence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roslan84 View Post
    what is the biggest barrier in communication?
    I'd say it depends on culture. In Asia, for example, a common barrier is the fear of making mistakes; however, for native English speakers, a common frustration factor is not being able to communicate wants and needs quickly and easily.




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    Soup, I would agree. And an interesting insight for me into Asian culture. But in respect of the initial posting, I would argue that barriers can be labelled as 'education', 'generation' and 'geographical'. Please give me your thoughts.

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    not even the hand's given did I understand the origin or the explanation.
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