We all know that women and men are different. But did you also know that they speak differently? Multiple studies have shown this. Women use different speech patterns to men. They are often more indirect and reserved in how they speak. By contrast, men typically use a clear and direct language. But the topics they talk about are also different. Men talk more about news, economy, or sports. Women prefer social topics like family or health. So men like to talk about facts. Women prefer to talk about people. It's striking that women attempt to have a "weak" language. That is, they speak more carefully and politely. Women also ask more questions. In doing so, they most likely want to achieve harmony and avoid conflict. Furthermore, women have a much larger vocabulary for feelings. For men, conversation is often a type of competition. Their language is distinctly more provocative and aggressive. And men speak far fewer words per day than women. Some researchers claim that this is because of the composition of the brain. Because the brain is different in women and men. That is to say, their speech centres are structured differently too. Though most likely other factors influence our language as well. Science hasn't explored this area for a long time. Still, women and men do not speak completely different languages. Misunderstandings don't have to occur. There are many strategies for successful communication. The simplest is: Listen better!
______ is the native language of approximately 5 million people.
It is counted among the ****o-Ugrian languages.
It is closely related to Estonian, and very distantly related to Hungarian.
As a Uralic language, it strongly differentiates itself from the Indo-Germanic languages.
An example of this is its agglutinating language structure.
That means that grammatical functions are expressed through suffixed syllables.
This is how long words originate that are so typical for ______.
Another hallmark of ______ is its many vowels.
______ grammar distinguishes between 15 different cases.
It is important to clearly separate long and short sounds in the intonation.
Written and spoken ______ are noticeably different from each other.
This phenomenon is less pronounced in other European languages.
All of this makes ______ not especially easy.
But all rules are consistently upheld.
And the nice thing about ______ is that it is so completely logical!