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Title: On subtle distinctions between lingual communication and interlingual miscommunication
Authors: Nickolayev, V. P.
Николаев, В. П.
Svintorzhitskaja, I. A.
Свинторжитская, И. А.
Bondar, I. A.
Бондарь, И. А.
Keywords: Competence;Components;Diplomacy;Language;Models;Monolingual communication
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: Ecozone, OAIMDD
Citation: Nickolayev, V.P., Svintorzhitskaja, I.A., Bondar, I.A., Ermakova, L.I. On subtle distinctions between lingual communication and interlingual miscommunication // European Journal of Science and Theology. - 2015. - Volume 11. - Issue 4. - Pages 159-168
Series/Report no.: European Journal of Science and Theology
Abstract: The article aims at identifying some subtle distinctions and peculiarities of lingual communication and interlingual miscommunication. English as described is a preferred and increasingly accepted means of international and intercultural communication. Basic components and models of verbal communication are singled out. It is illustrated that communication is not a one-way process and that the feedback from the listener/reader will show how his message was interpreted. The article shows instances of verbal, oral and written monolingual and interlingual communication and miscommunication. It is confirmed that using the wrong word, or misunderstanding a speech or a remark, may lead to more waste of time, or even trouble, which is especially inadmissible for business and diplomatic communication. It is reaffirmed that you can only get what you want when you understand the other side and they understand you
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