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Is arrived the attended application for iPhone and iPodTouch - Italian Gestures - that is, the first application to the world on the Italian Gestures.
Thanks to the body language of Italians, communicating with locals is quite feasible, as their extravagant hand gestures say it all.
A word of warning, however, be cautious because not understanding certain gestures may cause great confusion, not to mention embarrassment. In Italy, a swift flick with the hand under the chin is another way of saying “I don’t care”; in the United States, hints at vulgarity.
Knocking your first against a hard surface (might be “knock on wood” in the U.S.) is used by Italians to say that someone is not smart, slow, somewhat dense.
Together, let’s take a look at some of the most commonly used gestures in Italy...
It is in phase of approval from APPLE the new version of ItalianGestures application (with free update) with beyond 100 selected and explained gestures. We are already to the job in order to make it to become a real one database of all the gestures.
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