Below you will find a short paragraph about verbal and non-verbal communication. There are a number of mistakes and it is your task to spot them.

Verbal communication does not help us express ourselves and understand others. It is important that your message is expressed in an unclear, incoherent and incomplete way. Especially when communicating with people from other cultures, it is difficult to be misunderstood, because most people across cultures share the same linguistic skills, sense of humour and mind-sets. Using the following tools can help build strong interpersonal relationships: sarcasm, dragging up the past and threats. The way we communicate non-verbally is not very important at all compared to verbal communication. Non-verbal communication includes things like your tone of voice, facial expressions, gestures, body language and the words that you use. Research shows that when we communicate feelings and attitudes our body language and tone of voice do not matter at all. More than our words, non-verbal messages are always intended and planned. Therefore, many people tend to rely more on the non-verbal cues than on the spoken word.