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Oral communication is the process of verbally transmitting information and ideas from one individual or group to another. Oral communication can be either Formal or Informal.
Examples of informal oral communication include:
Discussions that take place at business meetings
Examples of formal types of oral communication include:
Presentations in class and meetings
Commencement speech given at a graduation ceremony
From: Swarthout, Donna. "Oral Communication: Definition, Styles and Advantage."
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