ペンPENwo動かすugokasu距離kyoriga短かったりmijikakattari速度sokudoga遅かったりosokattariするsurutoうまくumakuジェスチャーJESUCHAAga認識ninshikiされずsarezu思ったomotta通りtoorino操作sousagaできないdekinai
If the distance you move the pen is too small, the speed too slow, it can't recognize the gestures well and you can't operate it in the way you thought.
彼女kanojoha身振りmiburiwo交えmajieながらnagara演説enzetsuしたshita
She accompanied her speech with gestures.
彼女kanojoha身振りmiburiwo交えてmajiete話をしたhanashiwoshita
She accompanied her words with gestures.
彼女kanojohaジェスチャーJESUCHAAwo交えてmajiete話したhanashita
She accompanied her words with gestures.
彼女のkanojono身振りmiburihawatashiにはnihaわからないwakaranai
Her gestures convey no meaning to me.
私達watashitachiha簡単なkantanna内容naiyouwo伝えるtsutaeruのにnoniしばしばshibashiba身振りmiburiwo伝えるtsutaeru
We often use gestures to convey simple messages.
私たちwatashitachiha簡単なkantanna内容naiyouwo伝えるtsutaeruのにnoniしばしばshibashiba身振りmiburiwo用いるmochiiru
We often use gestures to convey simple messages.
我々warewarehaお互いにotagainiコミュニケーションKOMYUNIKEESHONするsuruのにnoni言葉kotobaだけでなくdakedenakuジェスチャーJESUCHAAmo使うtsukau
We use gestures as well as words to communicate with others.
それにsoreniもちろんmochiron話をするhanashiwosuruhitoha普通futsuu言葉kotobanohokaniジェスチャーJESUCHAAというtoiu2つfutatsuno方法houhouによってniyotte意志ishino伝達dentatsuwoしているshiteirunoであるdearu
And of course, a speaker usually communicates in two ways, orally as well as through gestures.
そのsono一つhitotsuha身振りmiburiであるdearu
One of them is gestures.
ジェスチャーJESUCHAAha彼らkarerani使われていないtsukawareteinai
Gestures are not used by them.
これらのkorerano身振りmiburihaアメリカAMERIKAde使われていますtsukawareteimasuka
Are these gestures used in the USA?
1つhitotsunoしぐさshigusaga様々なsamazamana意味imigaあるarunoと同じようにtoonajiyouni多くookuno異なったkotonattaしぐさshigusaga同一のdouitsuno意味imiwo持つmotsukotomoあるaru
Just as one gesture can have many different meanings, many different gestures can have the same meaning.

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