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There are distinct differences between the speech patterns in a man and those in a woman which may
create misunderstanding between genders. Global studies suggest that a woman speaks between
22,000 and 25,000 words a day whereas a man speaks between 7,000 and 10,000. In childhood,
girls speak earlier than boys and at the age of three, have a vocabulary twice that of boys. The reason
for this lies in the wiring of a man’s and woman’s brains. When a man talks, his speech is located in
the left side of the brain but in no specific area. When a woman talks, the speech is located in both
hemispheres and in two specific locations. Scientifically speaking, a man talks in a linear, logical and
compartmentalized way, which are the features of left-brain thinking; whereas a woman talks more
freely, mixing logic and emotion, features of both sides of the brain. It also explains why women talk
for much longer than men each day.