MASTERING COMMUNICATION FOR INTERPERSONAL SKILL DEVELOPMENT
For a non-native English speaking country, the English language is indirectly associated with a certain social class in which people see them as elite and well-educated. A status quo indeed. Despite all these, there comes a time when the feeling of awkwardness between two strangers is obvious. A dead air, if I must put it that way, impedes the very essence of communication. The suppression of communication is very dependent to what we call fear and lack of self-confidence.