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Lesson 7, Understanding Japanese body Language and gestures. Do you know the meaning of this gesture? One more time. Can you guess the meaning? Is it A) It’s an exaggeration B) I am sick C) You talk too much. The correct answer is A) It’s an exaggeration. You use this gesture when somebody is exaggerating about something and you want to let other people know. When doing this gesture, we often say うそ、うそ。 (Uso, uso.) means it’s a lie. So you are doubting what the person is saying. Do you know the meaning of this gesture? Find out in the next lesson.

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