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How to Talk to People Who Don’t Know Your Language

Gestures can be so different between cultures and countries around the world, and unknowingly, without opening our mouths, we can make a mistake and offend someone. That’s why we, at 5-Minute Crafts, decided to share a few gestures and their meanings so that you can be prepared next time you travel.

1. Mexico

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2. China

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3. Japan

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4. Brazil

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5. Germany

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6. France

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7. The Philippines

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8. USA

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9. Italy

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What gestures do you use the most? Are there any gestures in your country that are considered rude but that are ok around the world?

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