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poken greetings are customary or ritualised words or phrases used to introduce oneself or to greet someone. In English, some common verbal greetings are:"Hello" the most common verbal greeting in English-speaking countries, and related

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in public and in formal situations many Japanese do not show their emotions as freely as Americans In fact, non-verbal (非言语) communication takes up about 50% of what we really 3 .And body

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keep :保存(多久时间)How long can I keep the book?保持(状态):keep warm/silent/up/off/away等维持(和平等):keep peace记,写(日志等):keep diary阻止,妨碍:keep sb from doing sth继续做某事 keep doing sthlast:持续(多久时间):The rainy days will last one week.(时间)刚刚过去的:last week上周(顺序)最后的 the last week

如果是私人身份(boys to boys)的基本上都会是what up,或者是yo然后会做个hand shake 啊 什么的

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