Spoken language is a fundamental form of communication used by people to interact with each other in everyday life.

  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.