Nowadays most of us go to our computers to connect with friends instead of using our phones. Cyberspace relationships have become the norm for many people, even the most ___CONSERVATIVE___ ones. The convenience and ___EFFECTIVENESS___ of the Web is amazing. If we want to see a movie, find a place to eat or get in touch with a friend, we go to the Web before we call on the phone.
Critics, however, say that cyberspace communication loses some important factors of the social atmosphere. Most Web ___USERS___ don’t understand that when we talk to someone, we get many messages from them just by their tone of voice and body language. A tender ___EXPRESSION___ and eye contact cannot possibly be experienced over the Internet. As with anything we do, without regular practice the act can become unfamiliar and ___UNCOMFORTABLE___. There is a possibility that much can be ___REALLY___ lost when we communicate via the Internet.