[NEW] 25. Understanding Ones Culture (English Dialogue) - Role-play conversation for Kids


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https://www.youtube.com/user/englishsingsing9[NEW] 25. Understanding Ones Culture - Educational video for Kids - Role-play conversationNew Voices & More Improved Sentences! NEW DIALOG 2 :)If you practice harder, your skill will be improved soon! Good Luck!Here is Great Educational Songs & Animations for kids, toddlers, children, babies and EVERYONE!Please enjoy watching fun & exciting English animation! Subscribe us on YouTube: http://goo.gl/gDa963 More Our Dialogue: https://goo.gl/QRE9Hk--- Title: Understanding Ones Culture ---John: Say cheese!John: Cheese!Roy: Why are you holding up your fingers like that?John: Huh Dont know this gesture? It represents V for victory. Its a usual gesture when taking pictures!Roy: Oh, I think Ive heard of it. But it has a different meaning in India.John: Like a scissors in rock, paper, scissors?Roy: Haha, that, too.John: Whats the other definition?Roy: Students in India use it in the classroom as a symbol.John: What does it mean?Roy: It means, I want to go take a dump right now.'Jessica: Haha, sounds cute.John: I really like this victory sign, but I will try to not use it in the classroom. What if you need to pee?Roy: Oh, if you need to pee, you just have to stick up your little finger.John: Wow, thats interesting! Its usually a gesture for making a promise.Jessica: Its really fun to learn about different cultures! Anyways, I was really confused by a gesture of showing your palm.Roy: How come? That just means, Stop there, or Reject.Jessica: Youre right. But in Africa, its a gesture of insulting someone. I cant even tell you what it means.Roy: I see I never knew that. I think I should be careful and try to understand other peoples culture.John: Yeah, youre absolutely right.Thanks for checking out the "English Singsing". Amanta Inc.