Câu trả lời mẫu cho câu hỏi: Can people communicate if they don’t speak the same language?
I think it’s not impossible to communicate, but of course, it depends on the message people need to deliver or receive. In fact, words are oftentimes overrated. It is estimated that what people say counts for less than 10 percent of what other people interpret. This means that in many cases, people can communicate using body language. For example, people can use hands to indicate size and location or a person can nod their head to show that they understand. Also, people can communicate by acting out what you are trying to communicate, like in a game of charades. For example, if a person is trying to find a good place to eat, they might act out the motion of taking some bites with a fork, then rubbing their belly and making a contented sound, such as Mmmmm. And, of course, people can use a foreign language dictionary, phrasebook, or translation apps. Finally, some people can communicate effectively by drawing things.