Sunday, September 29, 2013

Info about talking with your hands like an Italian


Here are some links about talking with your hands like an Italian:

  • Source: YouTubeIT – "Language: English • Country: Italy" 
    • Italian Hand Gestures - Speak Italian Without Saying a Word –  "Ah, the Italians... What are they up to now? Learn Italian hand gestures in 30 easy lessons and learn to speak Italian without saying a word. Now you can understand what your boyfriend or girlfriend is really saying with that special gesture. Or how about all those Italian movies you've seen? Remember that particular hand gesture used? Did you know what it meant??" – Uploaded on Mar 17, 2008  – by: TMWMedia
    • Italian Hand Gestures PART 1 – "Many people don't know that 50% of the Italian language is spoken, while the other 50% is communicated through a specific code of hand this video to find out!" – Uploaded on Sep 2, 2008 – by:      
      • Italian Hand Gestures & Expressions PART 2 – "More fun Italian hand gestures!!! This time Nada and her friends have added some useful Italian expressions that you can easily learn before your trip to Italy!" – Uploaded on Dec 8, 2008 
    • Rude Italian Hand Gestures: explained by Skyscanner "Italians are famous for their hand gestures; Yara from Skyscanner explains how to insult someone in Italian. . ." – Published on Apr 18, 2012 – by: Skyscanner 
    • TOP 20 ITALIAN HAND GESTURES "" – Published on Sep 24, 2014  – by:      
  • Italian Hand Gestures: A Short History – "Can Italians talk without using their hands? Gestures that insult, beg and swear offer a window into Roman culture." – Source: Found in the Europe section of The New York Times  – "U.S. Edition"
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That's it for Sunday, 29 September 2013: domenica, 29 settembre 2013

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