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Q: Demonstrate ways to check that communication has been understood.
A: A good way to promote fuller understanding is to summarise your main points every once in a while. [ The idea is to pull all the threads of the conversation together in order to check whether your story is clear, your message and its implications have hit home, your point of view has been captured, or your case is being made. And, since summaries often have a ‘winding things up’ aspect to them,
they are implicit invitations to have a dialogue.If, as suggested in the introductory section, misunderstanding is frequent and perhaps the norm, it's important for you to know that your conversational partners are clear about the key facets of your story, the main points of your message, the highlights of your point of view, or the central factors of your case. Summaries help a great deal, but even summaries can be misunderstood. There are two ways of checking more directly for understanding. First, check for clues that you have been understood. Second, ask directly. read more: ]
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Weegy: A good way to promote fuller understanding is to summarise your main points every once in a while. [ The idea is to pull all the threads of the conversation together in order to check whether your story is clear, your message and its implications have hit home, your point of view has been captured, or your case is being made. And, since summaries often have a ‘winding things up’ aspect to them, they are implicit invitations to have a dialogue.If, as suggested in the introductory section, misunderstanding is frequent and perhaps the norm, it's important for you to know that your conversational partners are clear about the key facets of your story, the main points of your message, the highlights of your point of view, or the central factors of your case. Summaries help a great deal, but even summaries can be misunderstood. There are two ways of checking more directly for understanding. First, check for clues that you have been understood. Second, ask directly. read more: ]
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