Communication Differnces and Similarities

While you can communicate with technology communicating in person is a little better. Most people say communicating in person is better and not as rude than communicating with technology.
Here are some similarities between communicating in person and communicating with technology. You’re talking in both ways. You can help someone with something they don’t understand. I was talking to my dad on the phone, then, I went to his house and talked to him. They are both great ways to calm down. You can multi task while talking. Could mess something or someone up. By having two things and doing them at the same time. Those are some similarities between communicating in person and communicating with technology. They are both useful for talking.

 

Here are some differences between communicating in person and communicating with technology. You need Wi-Fi for your phone but not when talking in person. Your phone could die and the person you’re talking to may start to think you’re rude but talking in person you don’t have to worry about that. Communicating with technology is harder because the area’s you can call in are limited also you could be grounded. There is a lot of risk when communicating with technology than there is when communicating in person. When you communicate with technology you could get hit by a car, run into something, fall from a high place, but, when you communicate in person you’re more aware of your surroundings. A lot of people have died because of playing on their phone or calling/texting while driving or not being aware of their surroundings, but, when communicating in person you are more aware of your surroundings.
There are some differences between communicating in person and with technology. Communicating in person is more safe.

 

Here is my belief about communicating in person and communicating with technology. Communicating with technology is helpful but is not safe when you don’t stay aware of your surroundings. So don’t be so worred about your friend texting you when you are driving a car or walking across the street, instead, turn off your phone or talk in person unless you want to be the next person to get in a car wreck or hit by a car. That is why I belive that communicating in person is more safe.

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