A Manual of Guidelines, Quotations, and Versatile Phrases for Basic Oral Communicationby Xin-An Lu Hong Wang
Rather like the nerves in human body, communication forms the sinew and tendon of any social body. The quality of everyday life is not only affected by the way we design our work and institutions, but also (perhaps more importantly) by the way we interact and communicate with each other. This booklet attempts to help its readers to become more effective oral communicators in various scenarios.
Every chapter in this booklet is largely divided into three parts:
(1) reflective and motivational quotations,
(2) guidelines for communication in a certain context, and
(3) versatile phrases for that context.
The quotations are intended to emotionally and philosophically motivate the readers to strive for better communication. The guidelines are intended to cognitively guide the readers in their communication practices. And the versatile phrases are intended to logistically supply for the readers' communication practices.
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Finn is having a very good day indeed! <br> Finn, tell us what heppened! <br> Finn says hes going to Arthurs house. <br> Finn is very good friends with Arthur. <br> Finn hads been waiting all morning for Arthur to pick him up. <br> Look! <br> Theres Arthur now! <br> Arthur is driving his old English car. <br> Finn and Arthur are now both driving to Arthurs house. <br> Arthur spots his good friend Oliver. <br> Hello Oliver! <br> Oliver is very sad d scared. <br> Finn knows why Oliver is sad and scared. <br> Arthur doesnt know why Oliver is sad and scared. <br> Finn, why dont you tell everyone why Oliver is scared. <br> No? <br> Its a suprise? <br> Oh all right. <br> Arthur invites Oliver over. <br> Finn is very mad about this. <br> Finn thinks Oliver is a bossy know-it-all <br> Finn also thinks that The Author is a- <br> Finn. <br> You pig. <br> Finn, Arthur, and Oliver go to Arthurs house. <br> Finn, Oliver, and Arthur play many fun games. <br> Soon everyone is bored. <br> Oliver suggests they watch some Netflix. <br> Finn agrees. <br> Arthur is peer-pressured into agreeing. <br> When everyone is watching the movie, Arthurs sister Emily comes home from soccer practice. <br> Hello Emily! <br> Emily is followed by a strange man. <br> The strange man grabbs a kitchen knife and stabs Emily. <br> Finn and Oliver hide in the closet. <br> Arthur is scared and jumps out a window. <br> Arthur steps on a mine and dies. <br> Finn and Oliver are trapped in the closet together. <br> Finn doesnt like Oliver <br> Oliver doesnt like Finn. <br> The strange man stabs Oliver. <br> Finn relizes that he didnt hate Oliver <br> Finn gets mad and punchs the strange man <br> The strange man stabs Finn. <br> Finn is gripped with horrible pain. <br> The Author sighs. <br> The Author likes Finn and everyone else. <br> The Author writes a note to themself to stop killing their characters. <br> The Author decides to use the most over used cleche. <br> The Author hisses at the horrible spelling <br> Finn wakes up in his cardboard house. <br> It was all dream <br> <p> <br> <p> <br> ... <br> <p> <br> <p> <br> <p> <br> Or was it?
hey i would recommend this book if you are haveing trouble speaking to groups or even to family and friends. this book has so many great ways to improve the way you speak! good luck with it! i was a part of this book i helped write chatpter 3!!