Communication in person is fast and easy, however you can’t talk to someone that’s far away. Though they bear some minor similarities, the differences between communicating in person and communicating through technology are clear.
Here are some similarities between communicating in person and communicating through technology. Through both you can get bullied, whether it be cyberbullying or physical. In person you could get beat up and online you could get mean text messages or emails. You have to be careful online because you could get publicly embarrassed on social media as well as in person. In person and through technology you can use advanced vocabulary. In person you could blow someone away with a fancy word and you could also send a text using the same word. An example of advanced vocabulary is you could be in an interview and say a big word or you could also be typing an email and use a big word. Those were some similarities between communicating through technology and communicating in person.
Here are some differences between communicating in person and communicating through technology. The location is very important when it comes to communicating. You have to be right next to the person to talk but if you are communicating through technology you can be all the way across the world. My friend moved away to Oklahoma and we can’t communicate in person but we can communicate through technology. Also Wi-Fi plays a big part in communication, you can’t communicate through technology without Wi-Fi but you don’t need Wi-Fi if you are communicating in person. Those were some differences about communicating in person and communicating through technology.
Although there are minor similarities about communicating in person and communicating through technology the differences are very clear. In my opinion I would rather communicate through technology because you can communicate when someone isn’t right next to you.