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Gestures

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Bárbara Teixeira

on 27 March 2017

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Gestures
What do they mean?
In Portugal, if you like something or you agree with something or someone, you show your thumb up.
In Portugal, if you don't like or disapprove something, you show your thumb down.
In Portugal, if you think something has a good taste and smells nice, you do the "It's great" gesture.
In Portugal, it's offensive to point at someone, because supposedly you are judging that person.
In Portugal, if you want to bully or scare someone, you close your hand and show it. This gesture is offensive.

Thumbs up!
Thumbs down
"It's great" gesture
Point at someone
Closed fist
Peace gesture
In Portugal, this gesture means peace.
People show their hands to show that they are peaceful. It isn't offensive.
It isn't offensive.
By:
Abdourahamane Cissé nº1 9ºA
Bárbara Teixeira nº2 9ºA
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