Body language is the same for all people, even if most of us use it unknowingly. It originated in humans even before their larynx was formed to such an extent that they were able to pronounce intelligible sounds. The basic concepts of this language were common in different cultures, except that later there were minor variations. Civilized modern people, especially those who live in cold climate zones, almost forgot that they “speak” this language, though unconsciously and unwittingly sometimes use it. But temperamental southerners, such as Italians or Spaniards who are constantly “talking” with their hands and feet, are proud of their expressiveness.

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