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Unit4 Gestures:Speaking Louder than Words 高世禹
a way of using parts of the body,especially hands Each country has Its etiquette Although each country is different gestures mean the same example but……………………………………….. Gesture a way of using parts of the body,especially hands 1
V -SIGN 2 If you like it watch out for more than YA
2 In the UK, not to collect more than 2, like 2-connected (ya gesture), great director Ang Lee at the Golden Horse will look cute than in Taiwan and some countries, such a gesture or cheer the victory of a Ya Meaning, but in the UK, back out but it is the pick of the means with contempt in the UK casual gesture than this, could give rise to strange looks.
如果你對英國人比 YA 就會 ….. 2 按我
Ok- sign 2 OK gestures have different meanings, such as the Japanese representative of money, the French symbol of waste, in Brazil and Germany with obscene meaning. Put "OK" sign before the first know where you are, avoid the wrong feeling.
18 kinds of commonly used English meaning of gestures. 1, pay (cash): right thumb, index and middle fingers pinched together in the air or on the other hand, like to write, which is expressed in a restaurant to pay for the gesture. 2, the "brains" (use your brain) "smart thing" (being clever): little finger his temples. 3, "a fool" (fool): press and hold the tip of the nose with the thumb of their four fingers shaking, or fingers apart. Often turning the index finger toward the temple, and spit out his tongue, it means people are talking about is a "dementia," "fool."
4, "is not speaking the truth" (lying): speech, unconsciously, to an index finger on the nose or nose side, it means that other people will understand the speaker "is not speaking the truth," incredible. 5, self-righteous (complacent assertion); with the index finger up his nose, but also that "arrogant" (overbearing). 6, "Do not make a sound" (stopping-talking): lips together interference, the index finger close to the lips, also issued "hush" hush sound. 7, insult and contempt (insulting and scorning); tip of the nose with the thumb to withstand children, directed at the Shake insulted the other four fingers of the comb or gesture. 8, endorsed the (agreement): upturned thumb.
9, congratulations (congratulation): hands in front of the mouth rubbing a high degree of relative movement. 10, the threat (menace): the angry, waving a fist with the action seemed to be everywhere. Fist holding hands in frustration due to hard rocking action. 11, "absolutely not" (absolutely not): palm outward, two arms crossed in the chest, then spread to about one meter apart. 12, "finished" (that's all): crossing arms at the waist, then down, stretched out on both sides of the body. 13, "shy" (shame): arms straight down cross, anti-grip palms, and face to the side.
14, greeting (greeting): English-speaking countries were greeted on the road, often bring a hat tribute. Now look up the general has turned into a hat, or even just touch the brim. 15, happy emotion (happiness and excitement): make a fist with both hands raised up, before and after the frequently shake. 16, angry, irritable (anger and anxiousness): two open arms at your sides, fists, glare. Yang is often the first one in his mouth Dth, sound, and also may be blinked, or turning eyes upward and to the side, but also angry, tired, irritable. 17, mercy, sympathy (pity): head shaking to and fro, in the mouth with the issue of Dth, the sound of his mouth said "that's too bad." Or "sorry to hear it." 18, "too queer" (too queer): in the temple with the index finger flat circle.