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  • Sequence of movement

    Thumb and index finger of both hands form a C, the other fingers are bent loosely. Now place the four fingertips on the upper back between the shoulder blades so that the two index finger tips and the two thumb tips touch each other. With a flowing movement of both hands outward, draw two lines on the back. Within these lines, use your index finger to draw wavy lines that symbolize writing. Then, at the top right and bottom left of this "writing field", quotation marks are drawn with the respective fingertips of the index and middle fingers.

    Area of use

     Germany

  • Sequence of movement

    Thumb and index finger of both hands form a C, the other fingers are bent loosely. Now place the four fingertips on the upper back, almost at shoulder level, in such a way that the two tips of the index fingers and the two tips of the thumbs touch each other. With a flowing movement of both hands outward, draw two lines on the back. Within these lines, use your index finger to draw a wavy line that symbolizes writing. Then, at the top right and bottom left of this "writing field", quotation marks are drawn with the respective fingertips of the index and middle fingers.

    Area of use

     Germany

  • Sequence of movement

    Quotation marks are drawn on both shoulder blades, on the left shoulder blade the lower ones, on the right shoulder blade the upper ones. To do this, form a V with both hands (index and middle fingers are extended and spread apart, all other fingers are bent). By briefly bending the V-fingers twice, draw the quotation marks on the back of the person being addressed.

    Area of use

     Germany

IS: mail subject

mail subject (IS)

Headline of a mail, which indicates the theme of the mail.

Example

What is the subject of this mail?