What do you do if someone is repeatedly talking too low In a conversation with you?
Sometimes i just nod or try to figure out if they were saying something important to not and if not just ignore what they said.
Don't wanna keep asking them to speak up more than once.
- 1 month agoFavorite Answer
Repeat back what you thought they said, but get it wrong, as people do with song lyrics. For example if they said 'There's a bad moon on the rise', repeat back to them 'There's a bathroom on the right?'. They'll repeat it louder because they'll want to correct you.
- PearlLv 71 month ago
just tell them you cant hear them
- RPLv 71 month ago
You might try telling them you're having difficulty hearing. That way it shifts responsibility for the problem from them to you and it may be more successful in getting them to speak louder or more clearly.
- BenLv 51 month ago
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- CogitoLv 71 month ago
I say, as many times as I have to, that I really cannot hear them and would they please speak louder.
- Anonymous1 month ago
Smack them upside their head and say "speak up"Source(s): Happens with grandma all the time
- ChrisLv 61 month ago
What is annoying to me is when a mumbler is asked to repeat something, but then makes no effort to enunciate.