(Jane meets Kangkang and Yukio at the school gate.)
Jane: (Waving) Hi, Kangkang and Yukio!
Yukio: (Bowing) Hello, Jane!
Kangkang: Yukio, when Jane says “Hi” she waves her hand, but when you say “Hello” you bow bow: US: [baʊ] UK: [baʊ] n. 弓；蝴蝶结；船头；v. 鞠躬；点头；低（头）；垂（首）.
Yukio: In Japan, we bow when we are saying hello as a sign of respect.
Jane: In Canada, we wave as a sign of peace and friendship.
Kangkang: I think that is known as be known as: 被称为；被认为是；以……著称 body language. We use body language to communicate how we feel, even if there is silence silence: US: [ˈsaɪləns] UK: [‘saɪləns] n. 沉默；寂静；无声；缄默.
Yukio: Did you notice that Miss Wang smiles when she is happy, and when she is angry she puts her hands on her hips hip: US: [hɪp] UK: [hɪp] n. 髋；臀部；臀部…的；野蔷薇果? Then I know whether she will praise praise: US: [preɪz] UK: [preɪz] n. 赞美；赞扬；称赞；赞颂 v. 赞扬；表扬；称赞；颂扬 or punish us.
Jane: (Laughing) When my little sister is angry, she crosses her arms and stamps her foot!
Kangkang: I wonder if body language means the same thing in all cultures.
Yukio: Let’s ask Miss Wang and Ms. Jones if they will help us with our research.
Jane: That is a good idea. Goodbye, Kangkang. Goodbye, Yukio.
Kangkang and Yukio: (Waving) Goodbye, Jane.
|↑1||bow: US: [baʊ] UK: [baʊ] n. 弓；蝴蝶结；船头；v. 鞠躬；点头；低（头）；垂（首）|
|↑2||be known as: 被称为；被认为是；以……著称|
|↑3||silence: US: [ˈsaɪləns] UK: [‘saɪləns] n. 沉默；寂静；无声；缄默|
|↑4||hip: US: [hɪp] UK: [hɪp] n. 髋；臀部；臀部…的；野蔷薇果|
|↑5||praise: US: [preɪz] UK: [preɪz] n. 赞美；赞扬；称赞；赞颂 v. 赞扬；表扬；称赞；颂扬|
|↑6||do some research: 做些研究；做调查|
|↑7||know about: 知道，熟悉，了解|