Videolesson: italian gestures

One of the most famous cliches about Italians is related to the percentage of non-verbal communication in the Italian language: it is commonly believed that one could build entire sentences just by using italian hand gestures. Well, if you think that this concept is a little bit exaggerated, you might want to look at this video, kindly shared by AlmaTV, in which teacher Roberto Tartaglione shows how to do without verbal communication and still be completely understood. 😉

This is way more than a full sentence...

This is way more than a full sentence…

Roberto Tartaglione – Il linguaggio dei gesti

Read the original article on Kappa Language School’s website.

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