Women and men speak differently
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!
Guess the language!
______ is one of the Indo-Iranian languages.
It is the native language of about 200 million people.
More than 140 million of those people live in Bangladesh.
There are also approximately 75 million speakers in India.
Additional speakers are found in Malaysia, Nepal and Saudi Arabia.
______ is thus one of the most spoken languages of the world.
The language has its own writing system.
There are even distinct symbols for numbers.
Nowadays, however, Arabic digits are used most of the time.
______ syntax follows strict rules.
The subject comes first, then the object, and finally the verb.
There are no grammatical genders.
Nouns and adjectives also vary only slightly.
That is a good thing for everyone that wants to learn this important language.
And as many as possible should do so!