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Surely you met people who in their speech in almost every sentence use superfluous and meaningless words.
According to psychologists, parasitic words can tell a lot about a person and give out what the interlocutor is silent about. Try to identify yourself or people from your environment by the following descriptions of the meanings of certain parasitic words.
"In short" often uses an unbalanced, aggressive person with choleric temperament. Sometimes this word indicates excessive talkativeness.
“As if” indicates that the speaker avoids responsibility and is looking for a loophole for maneuvering.
People who often say “by the way,” lack attention from others, especially in a new or unusual environment. These are timid people who do not want to look like silent people, but also do not want to be in the spotlight.
Too talkative and expressive people love "so to speak." The thoughts of these people do not keep up with the words, and the word parasite acts as a pause, making it possible to synchronize thinking and speech.
“Okay,” say familiar people, who feel superior to the other party, but do not want to show it.
The word "type" is used by conservatives and opponents of everything new, preferring to impose their opinions using an aggressive style of conversation.
“This is …”, “uh …”, “this is the most” retarded people and poorly educated people who find it difficult to speak coherently.
In a state of intense excitement, some people use the “well” particle in their speech. Knowing this, one can understand that a person is worried about something, but he does not want to talk about it. Constantly saying "well," a person seeks to give significance to what has been said and encourages the interlocutor to an active dialogue.
People in whose speeches flash “in general” and “actually” are indifferent to the problems of others, hide their insecurity behind aggression and can cause a scandal for the slightest reason.