Most obvious form of the paralanguage is the body language or the kinesics . This is
a language of the gestures, expressions, and the postures. In North America, for the
instance, we commonly use arms and shake hands and say good-bye, point, count, express
an excitement, beckon, warn away, a threaten, etc. In fact, we will learn many subtle
variations of each of the gestures discussed above and make use of these gestures
situationally. We will use head to either say yes or to say no, to smile, frown, and
wink acknowledgement or flirtation. The head and the shoulder in combination may
shrug to indicating that we do not know something about the topic.