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  • January 8, 2018
Non-verbal gestures may facilitate language acquisition and verbal communication due to the fact that they play an important role (Caprice, Volterra, 2008; Kelly, Ozierik, Maris 2010, Rowe and Golden-Mido, 2009; Rowe, Ozilinskin and Golden-Mido, 2008; Skipper, , Nesbam, and Small, 2007; Bizotto and Capobianco, 2005). It is worth remembering that language and nonverbal gestures are different in terms of composition and representation (Kelly, 2003; Tillier, 2009; Wola Waziratzakip, 2003). Although the difference between nonverbal gestures (Bates and Dick, 2002; Verizen, 2007; Golden-Mido, Iverson and Thilin,