1.Yesterday, another student and I, ____________ (represent) our university’s student association, went to the Capital International Airport to meet this year’s international students.
2.After half an hour of waiting for their flight to arrive, I saw several young people enter the waiting area ____________(look) around ____________(curious).
3.I stood for a minute ____________(watch) them and then went to greet them.
4.The first person____________(arrive) was Tony Garcia from Colombia, ____________(close) followed by Julia Smith from Britain.
5.Julia stepped back ____________(appear) surprised and put up her hands, as if in____________(defend).
6.Akira Nagata from Japan came in ____________(smile), together with George Cook from Canada.
7.Ahmed Aziz, on the contrary, simply ____________(nod) at the girls.
8.In the same way that people communicate with ____________(speak) language, they also express their feelings ____________(use) body language.
9.It is possible to “read” others around us, even if they do not intend for us to catch their ____________(speak) communication.
10.Smiles around the world can be false, ____________(hide) other feelings like anger, fear or worry.
11.Most people understand that shaking the head from side to side means disagreement or ____________(refuse).
12.Being respectful to people is subjective, ____________(base) on each culture.
13.In almost every culture, it is not usually good ____________(stand) too close to someone of a higher rank.