No.9 4 language patterns when people lie

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Hello, everyone.
I’m Chani, who’ve recently started cooking! I’ve been cooking for a long time and been doing more research for cooking ! and I’m looking at the perfect proportion of the flavorings that I put in. Why don’t you take this opportunity to try cooking? (*’▽’).

Let’s move on to this topic. The title is “The Language of Lying.” This is a summary of the language patterns that people use when lying.

If you read this article, not only helps you notice more when someone lies, but also you can also learn how to lie without noticing! Learn how to tell lies and you learn how to lie well (* ́з`)

Then, we are going to learn English from Noah Zandan who give us presentation titled The language of lying

 

CONTENTS

Many people in the last have reviewed and tried to read lies liars did. Torture devices are used In the Middle Ages, polygraphs, blood pressure and respirators, vocal cords, and ultraviolet radiation tools are also used until now. However, these were not enough to be used in a trial because they were easy to deal with.

But there was a technology that was perfect for detecting more lies than mechanical ones. That is to analyze the lie itself using communication science. About 5% of our lives are consciously reflected. In other words, about 95 percent of our lives are controlled by unconsciousness. We can’t remember what we did per a minute. Because the moment is being automatically processed by unconsciousness. According to some literature, between stories made up and stories based on real life experience differ in the quality. From here, four language patterns have been identified unconsciously occurring when lying by a technique called language text interpretation.

 

4 language patterns when people lie

Liars refer themselves less

Liars unconsciously try to separate our consciousness to a second or third party to distract us. They also talk about other people using the third person.

For example, let’s say you have three brothers. One day you broke a mug that your mother kept. I think some say like this when mother ask 「Mom: Who broke it?」 「You : It’s not us. My cat did.」

The target was first distributed to ‘us’, then moved to ‘cat’. Where is this smart kid? That is awesome, isn’t it ?

 

Liars tend to be more negative

Most liars know that consciously lying is a bad thing. Therefore, negative language is used due to the consciousness.

For example, these are things like this. Let’s say you have a date with someone. And you overslept and were late for your appointment. Wouldn’t there be something like this if you lied? 「The train is late.」「I didn’t know the location.」. Don’t be negative rather than positive ?

 

Liars typically explain events in simple terms 

We can’t think or create at the same time while maintaining a similar level of concentration and precision unless we have some specific training. Because the brain has limitations in processing information. Even though you can do the little things, the brain cannot catch up with the high-level processing of information such as judgment, evaluation, creation, and thinking.

 

Liars use longer and more convoluted sentence structure

Liars explain things with simple words as mentioned above, and in addition to this, they try to use a long and complex sentence structures. They don’t do it consciously. The impatience to hide the lie to the end is making it complicated. They also put unnecessary words in the explanation or put some facts in the lies and paste them into the real thing.

 

How can we prepare for it ?

Remember the four things above. Also, I recommend that you actually use this technic. What you can get from practice is experience, because you get used to the body more than just remember. And if you feel you’re being lied to, I suggest you ask the liar again for an explanation from the beginning. Because liars don’t remember what they said earlier to make a story to get over the situation. So Asking to explain it again and if you listen to it carefully, you will find a context that doesn’t fit! That’s a lie.

 

SUMMARY

4 language patterns when people lie

Liars refer themselves less : To divert our consciousness to another person or something

 

Liars tend to be more negative : the guilt of lying make them be negative.

 

Liars typcally explain events in simple terms : Due to slow processing of brain information and thought

 

Liars use longer and more convoluted sentence structure: Making complex sentences from the consciousness of hiding lies. It also increases the complexity of sentences by putting unnecessary words or the truth in them.

 

How can we prepare for it ?

Be conscious of the top four things, try to use them in practice.

 

Ask a question if they can explain from the first

 

In the last 

There is another point to see through lies. Liars are not specific but tend to use abstract expressions. For example, they use pronouns such as “he” or “she” or “them” instead of any specific name, such as Michael or Sophie. they also often use such expressions as “That,” “This,” and “it.” They are doing it so we can’t focus on the target.

It’s hard to see through lies (#^.^#). But with a certain amount of training, lies are quickly detected. Because we lie at least 20 times a day. even We’re small, but we are creature that creates high imagination and ideals from nihil. Lying is also a byproduct of the imagination. I don’t want you to measure of lying if it is ‘good’ or ‘bad’. I think it would be good to think about the background of the persons why they lied.

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