In Mexican popular culture say they do not trust a person who is not close your eyes when kissing, the question is why? The answerlies in something very simple called: Body Language ... but what is language? How many types of language are there? What is body language? Is there any method to decryptit? This text aims to answer these questions and the question being the title this work Who is telling the truth our words or our body?
To begin we need to define thegeneral idea, language, defined in a dictionary as the human faculty which serves for representation, expression and communication of ideas, through a system of symbols andaccording to a text by Professor Marta A. Salas is the tangible manifestation of the power of man to penetrate the reality beyond the multiplicity of stimulation. Andfinally on a website as the ability to express definition that is the most usual and we will take as the basis of our text.
In the language we quote three contexts such ashuman, animal and formal languages that define below:
• Human language is based on the ability of humans to communicate through signs. Mainly we do use the signlanguage.
• The animal language is based on the use of sound signals, visual and olfactory signs way to refer to a reference or a different meaning of these signals. Inanimal language are the cries of alarm, the language of bees, etc.
• Formal languages are artificial human constructs that are used in formal mathematics and otherdisciplines, including programming languages.
In human language we can mention 2 types which are: oral and written language, consisting of sounds and letters respectively