Though there is a unanimity of views among the experts, teachers and scholars of journalism on the issue of differences between oral and written communication, yet the unanimity of pointing out the preciseness of difference is absent. Oral Communication includes shorter sentences, fewer precise details rather more pseudo-precise details, fewer different words, words with fewer syllables end more self-reference words.

As the oral communication is qualified itself, it contains more extreme and superlative words like more, never, all, always, every etc. The characteristics of oral communication specifically and basically entail more qualifying statements, more contractions, more interjections, more repetition of words and syllables and also more colloquial and non-standard expressions.

It has been potently observed that oral communication mainly proves clearer in major cases, only if they are presented clearly, and composed intelligibly in order to be transmitted and be understood by the receiver.