Interact

usgb/ˌɪntərˈækt/Volume
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Social InteractionPlay
Used when people exchange information, feelings or ideas through conversation or actions. SlideChildren are encouraged to interact on the playground.
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Building RelationshipsPlay
Interacting is key to forming friendships and professional networks. SlideMaria interacted with her colleagues during the conference.
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Non-VerbalPlay
Interaction isn't just spoken; body language and gestures are also forms of interaction. SlideThey interacted with smiles and nods.