Nick Enfield | Radio National | How We Talk?
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Radio National | How We Talk?

What are the moral obligations of a casual chat?

Why is there value in every ‘ummm’, ‘mm-hmmm’, and ‘like’?

And does the country you grew up in make a difference in how quickly you reply to a question?

Nick Enfield is the author of a new book, How We Talk, and he explains the inner workings of a conversation.

 

Originally published on Radio National The Drawing Room

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