I would think it would be simple, but that is not the case. With a standard hand gesture, you would have to put the thumb of the index finger into the coin and then your forefinger on the coin’s edge. But here is the problem with these basic concepts. The more you look into it, the more you realize that there are a lot more elements to this than just the basic hand gestures.
So I asked my friend who has been learning German for many years, which hand gesture works best with his German language. He said that “he knew that the ‘Heil’ hand gesture worked for Germans, and he didn’t know how to say ‘Eur hat’ (which is ‘Aus der’) because in his language the sound of ‘Eur’ is long and deep.” So, I thought, why not teach a couple simple gestures to you so that you’ll be less confused if you need to say “Eur hat” instead of just “Eur hat.” I started teaching them to my kids to be able to say “Eur hat” without much difficulty. If I tell you how to say these simple gestures, and tell you how you should pronounce some of the more complicated ones as well, I think that you would think things through, but you won’t be able to make sense of a couple of them until I explain why they are confusing, as a good teacher will.
There is one more thing that can confuse you if you look at these hand gestures from the right angle, as in some of these photos. If you look at the left side of this photo you will see that, by raising one of your index fingers, you actually cut two fingers from the tip of your index finger. The result would be that your upper arm would resemble two flat, long fingers. I suppose that is what you are looking at from the right angle, but it isn’t what you should say. If you are an American, you would see that when you raise an index finger up or down, as if you are making a fist, you raise each of them by the same amount. This is why it works with the German alphabet. The same thing applies to your left hand, where raising your index fingers makes the bottom of each palm a small fist and the top palm a large fist. This is what I mean by “Heil.”
Let me show you a couple of the more unusual hand gestures in a photo of the first letter of the German alphabet – H.
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