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Define types of communication?
Communication can be broken down into four main types: verbal, non-verbal, written, and visual. See:
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User: Define types of communication?





Weegy: Communication can be broken down into four main types: verbal, non-verbal, written, and visual. See:
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User: can we also include formal and informal

Weegy: Yes, and generally those would be sub-categories under written communication.
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User: ok

Weegy: Did you have another question?
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