Ciao a tutti!
This post will be the first of a new series about italian gesture.
As you may know hand gestures are an integral part of being italian, something really characteristic of our culture.
They help us making a concept more intense and make the conversation more fluid,smoother.
While in our videos we have just a little bit exaggerated with the mimic (but not that much,actually), you will find all gestures that are really used in everyday conversation.
In this first video, the first gesture is used to express that something is finished or you have run out of something ( ex: food, sugar, time, etc..), the second one is used specifically when referring to "time" (ex: i don't have time today,i am busy)
This gesture is used when something is perfect or has been done in a perfect way.
This gesture is used when saying that you don't care about something, someone or some specific situation (ex: are you coming to the party? no i don't care about it)
For the people who are asking who are Albano and Romina:
And now let's listen the video again with Italian subtitles!
Hope you enjoyed this post, soon part 2 will be uploaded!