Communication literally means “to share”. What is put in common in the communication are not material goods but rather are “messages” which express intentions, feelings, thoughts, feelings, information. In practice communicating does not mean pass on feelings or situations or what, but the mental representation of the feelings, situations, etc.
The conditions of communication.
To communicate you need to experience some basic conditions, without which communication would be impossible.
First condition: the first condition for there to be communication is that at least two individuals come into contact with one another so even indirectly, such as through a letter or you may like to communicate with a poet by reading a poem.
Second condition: the communication must exist of the messages to be transmitted by a “sender” to one or more persons “recipient.” If there is no message to be transmitted does not even exist communication.
Third condition: the third condition is that there is a common code between two or more parties that allows the understanding of the message. For example, if two people want to communicate through verbal communication but speak two different languages they can never be transmitted messages because they do not understand them, would not be decoded.
Fourth condition: there must be a willingness by the parties to communicate, that is, the willingness to talk and to listen, to transmit and receive messages. If there is this desire would communicate with anything.