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それに[] 、[] もちろん[] 、[] 話[はなし] を[] する[] 人[ひと] は[] 、[] 普通[ふつう] 言葉[ことば] の[] 他[ほか] に[] ジェスチャー[] という[] 、[] 2つ[ふたつ] の[] 方法[ほうほう] によって[] 意志[いし] の[] 伝達[でんたつ] を[] し[] て[] いる[] の[] で[] ある[] 。[]

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And of course, a speaker usually communicates in two ways, orally as well as through gestures.
Et bien sûr, un orateur communique habituellement de deux manières : oralement aussi bien qu'à travers ses gestes.
Und natürlich kommuniziert ein Sprecher für gewöhnlich auf zwei Weisen: sowohl mündlich wie durch Gestik.
Kaj kompreneble oratoro kutime komunikas dumaniere: tiom parole kiom geste.