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Each one of us can easily become bilingual if we recognize and follow these simple body language rules of the educated

We all learn the language our parents teach us but there is another language we can learn to best engage with others.

Body language differs from sign language, which are languages with complex grammar systems and exhibiting the fundamental properties considered to exist in all true languages. Body language, on the other hand, does not have a grammar system and must be interpreted broadly, instead of having an absolute meaning corresponding with a certain movement. It is, technically, not a language. Body language refers to the often unconscious reactions we tend to have to observed stimuli.

Body language related to breathing and patterns of breathing can be indicative of a person's mood and state of mind; because of this, the relationship between body language and breathing is often considered in contexts such as business meetings and presentations.

This will allow us to communicate and avoid future conflicts or unnecessary confusion.