Semantic barrier to communication (Any five)
(i) Badly expressed message may not convey intended meaning.
(ii) Symbols with different meanings may be perceived differently by the receiver.
(iii) Message originally drafted in one language may be misunderstood due to faulty translation.
(iv) Messages involving certain assumptions may be interpreted differently due to unclarified assumptions.
(v) Use of technical jargon by specialists may not be understood by others.
(vi) Body language and gesture decoding may be misunderstood if what is said and what is expressed do not match.