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English Speaking Club-Osvita, Meeting #444 "Body Language "
Time: February 7, 18:30 - 20:00
Place: Voskeresenska St. 23, Department of Documents in Foreign Languages, Dnipro Central Municipal Library
1. Do you think body language is important?
2. How does body language help communication?
3. Are you aware of your own body language?
4. Do you notice other people’s body language?
5. What are some typical hand gestures in your culture?
6. Can you think of any gestures that are common across all cultures?
7. Can you understand something about a person’s personality by looking at their body language?
8. What do you think it means when a person fidgets?
9. What does it say about a person when they cross their arms?
10. What do you think it means when a person stands with their hands on their hips?
11. Do you have any body language you would like to change?
12. Some people say “you can know a person by their handshake”. Do you agree?
13. Do you think body language is different in other cultures?
14. What type of eye contact do you think is good?
15. Does your eye contact change according to the situation?
16. How do you feel if someone doesn’t give you eye contact?
17. How do you feel if someone stares at you?
18. What body language does a person who is bored show?
19. What body language does a person who is nervous show?
20. Is body language different between men and women?
21. Do you try to use body language when you communicate in English?
22. Do you agree that actions speak louder than words?
• To make the first move – to be the first to try to start a romantic relationship with someone
• To keep one’s fingers crossed - to wish for luck for someone or something, sometimes by actually crossing one's fingers.
• Actions speak louder than words - What you do is more significant than what you say
• Wave off - When you wave somebody off, you wave to them as they leave
• Wave down - When you wave a vehicle down, you wave your hands to make it stop.
• Bow down – To bend one's knee or body, or lower one's head as a sign of submission or respect.