non-verbal


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non-verbal

[ˈnɒnˈvɜːbl] ADJsin palabras
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The four-year-old, who is non-verbal, loves the sound of sirens on the streets, and always takes a mini toy police car with her whenever she has a medical appointment.
Choosing a spot on the range of possible readers--from Egyptologists with no background in linguistics to linguists with no understanding of Egyptian--they write for linguists who trust in the authors' didactic skills enough to skip years of philological drill and just dive into their account of non-verbal grammar.
However, when one talks about communication, the first thing that comes to one's mind is the verbal aspect of it, forgetting that non-verbal communication is equally important.
Summary: Non-verbal cues, missed by most people, make up 93 per cent of our communication
This experimental study considers the impact of non-verbal communication on the learning achievement of students of class 10th.
In the next few years, Korea may see another subcategory of "hallyu," or the Korean Wave encompassing K-pop, K-drama and K-movies, as foreign tourists are increasingly fascinated by the country's non-verbal shows.
My research analysis revealed that calls and responses fall into two overarching categories: 1) verbal calls and 2) non-verbal calls.
Herself the mother of a non-verbal, autistic son, autism coach Picon has created this unique instruction guide and manual to help parents: Reclaim their lives and take control again; Understand autism's impact on themselves, their families and their personal worlds; Meet the challenges of parenting a child with autism; Build the best life possible for themselves and their families.
The results show that out-of-class communication is positively correlated to a teacher's verbal and non-verbal immediacy, trust, and students' motivation.
Without saying a word, Barnet has developed a non-verbal dramatic illustration of leadership, cooperation and teamwork, known as 'Orchestrating Success'.
With active listening the seller will use all kinds of non-verbal gestures such as leaning forward, inclining their head slightly to one side, widening their eyes, pursing their lips thoughtfully and stroking their chin to show their interest in us.