Rather than through spoken language, we demonstrate about 55% of our true emotions and thoughts
with our bodies. Thus, understanding people’s body language is an essential ability _(1)_ which we
rely to interact with one another. Three signs provide an indication to people who are lying: stiff body
movements, touching or scratching body parts, and eye movements. Liars exhibit _(2)_hand gestures.
Moreover, they often touch their faces, even rubbing their eyes without knowing it
. The eyes of lying
people, both those of the right-handed and the left-handed, drift towards their dominant hand. _(3),
their eyes move to the reverse direction when they tell the truth.
In the case of being with someone to whom people are attached, their bodies do most of the “talking.”
They may, _(4)__, glance at him or her from afar. Afterward, they may look away. Eventually, they rest
their eyes again on the target for a lengthier period. They also copy the person's behavior, repeating his
or her actions subconsciously. All the points above reveal that the best method to properly_(5)__
people's thoughts and emotions is to pay attention to their body language.