One advantage when communicating is being properly aware of your audience. Know who you are speaking to and how to speak to them is crucial. For example, imagine you are Snow White and you are standing in front of the seven dwarfs. Each dwarf has there own personality and traits, Happy, Doc, Bashful, Sneezy, Sleepy, Dopey, and Grumpy. Therefore Snow White would talk to each of them differently, sounding especially sweet with Grumpy, while possible having a humorous tone with Dopey. Knowing who you are talking to is especially important when determining how you will interact with your friends, teacher, and adults. In addition, listen to your audience’s response. If they are casual you can be casual, and if they are formal be formal. How would know Grumpy was actually grumpy without listening to him respond?