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The give and take of information is the basis of communication. Understanding when and how to offer opinions can be very helpful.
Sometimes someone asks for your opinion. Other times you may have a thought you wish to contribute spontaneously.
If you opinion has not been requested, you should announce your intention to offer personal observations and suggestions in the situation. For example:
This gives the other person the chance to respond with some sort of yes or no.
Please, though, if you are asked for an opinion, say what is on your mind. Responding with something non-committal such as, “It’s up to you”, is not helpful.
Voice your opinion in a good way.
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Each player will make a sentence that contains a number of words that is equal to the number of players. The words of the sentences will start with the initial letter of each player’s name. The words go clockwise around the table starting with the letter of the current player’s own name. If our players were Rosemary, Carlos, Emily, and Nicholas, these are some possible results:
Note: Small groups can use both first and last names to create longer sentences.
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