Body language. 班级： 05100 组员：杨 健 汪学金 张军年 赵志祥 周 华 黄海榕 蒯宗享 王亚超. Ways of communicating. speaking. Spoken language. ringing. writing. Written language. typing. Body language. gesturing. welcome. Introduction to body language. PART A.
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组员：杨 健 汪学金 张军年 赵志祥
周 华 黄海榕 蒯宗享 王亚超
Different interpretations of the same gesture
Different gestures to communicate the same idea
kiss your hand to sb.
Body languageis the movements or positions of our body. We use them to show other people what we are thinking about and how we are feeling.If you attend a formal party or an informal party, then your body language can express different information.
I don’t know
sad / depressed / helpless
Smiling in Japan is strongly associated with nervousness, social discomfort, or sorrow
It means zero in France.
It means rude in Brazil & German.
the number one[Germany,Japan]
I don’t know
Shaking the head（China）
Moving the index finger in a circle in front of the ear （ USA）
Moving the index finger in a circle from side to side （China）
No such a gesture（China）
Moving the index finger forwards and backwards. （USA）
Moving one’s hand up and down with the palm facing down. （China）
Incredible. I can’t believe it
open one’s eyes and mouth wide. （China）
I am alert
I am scared
I am angry