When we want ( ) say something, we use language. However, words (useを適切な形にしなさい) in a conversation are only part ( ) communication. We usually try ( ) deliver information ( ) ( ) by words ( ) ( ) by our tone ( ) voice and our attitude. For example, if a friend ( ) yours smiles and says, “My! I’m surprised ( ) see you! I didn’t expect ( ) see you here,” he or she is happy ( ) meet you. But if that person does not smile and uses a low tone ( ) voice, he or she is probably not very happy ( ) see you.
We can understand the speaker’s message and feelings easily ( )
a face-to-face conversation. We can still hear the tone ( )
the other person’s voice ( ) the phone, but it
often becomes more difficult in (writeを適切な形にしなさい) communication. For example,
when we exchange e-mails or text messages ( ) friends
( ) the Internet, we sometimes do not know their
true feelings. Are they happy, angry, or sad? So we need ( )
choose our words more carefully ( ) avoid misunderstanding.