Spoken language is a fundamental form of communication used by people to interact with each other in everyday life.
- Oral Communication: Spoken language involves the use of the mouth, tongue, and vocal cords to produce sounds and articulate words. These sounds are heard and interpreted by others during communication.
- Expressive and Dynamic: Spoken language allows for real-time expression of emotions, tone, and nuances. Through intonation, volume, and pitch variations, speakers can convey emotions such as happiness, sadness, excitement, or anger.
- Interactive and Immediate: When using spoken language, there is a direct interaction between the speaker and the listener. Responses and feedback can be immediate, allowing for dynamic conversations and clarifications.