LL: A copycat is someone who imitates someone else. The murderer in the movie imitated other famous murderers, so he was copycat killer.
LL: Sure. For instance, my younger sister used to imitate me a lot when she was a kid. She would repeat whatever I said, so I caller her my little copycat.
LH: 你叫你小妹妹little copycat。你妹妹一定很可爱。她一定很崇拜你，所以才模仿你的一举一动，重复你说的话！
LL: Yeah, it was kind of cute, but it got annoying after a while.
LL: Kids are great copycats and they always manage to copy things that they shouldn't. If I said a bad word, my sister always repeated. My mother thought I was teaching her bad words on purpose.
LH: 所以大人要给小孩树立好的榜样嘛！ 你不要你妹妹说粗话，那你就不该说粗话。不过，你妈妈以为你故意教坏妹妹，那肯定让你很不好受。对不对？
LL: That's right. It got me into a lot of trouble. Hey, I also remember that when I was a kid, it was common for kids to accuse each other of being a "copycat."
LL: You're right. To call someone a copycat means that the other person isn't original and was just imitating what someone else was doing.
LH: Larry，你说的这句话不是跟我刚才说的意思一样吗？ You're a copycat!
LL: Not entirely the same!
LL: Hey, Li Hua, did you ever do any wacky things when you were a kid?
LL: Wacky means crazy or silly. Kids tend to do wacky things. For instance, when I was a kid, I tried to play Tarzan with our living room curtains.
LL: Yeah, I had just seen the movie, Tarzan, and I decided to climb the curtains and swing from them the way Tarzan swung from the vines. Pretty wacky, huh?
LH: 我想也是，你肯定是看了泰山这电影后才那么wacky的。 不过说到wacky，我小时候也不见得比你差，也做了不少wacky的事呢！
LL: Such as?
LL: That's wacky! So what did you do?
LL: That's funny. Hey, how's your cat doing? Has she done anything wacky lately?
LH: 嗨，说到我的猫小雪球，它做的wacky 事那才多呢！昨天我在看电视上一个介绍大自然的节目，小雪球看到银幕里的小鸟就一直想扑上去和它玩。那个模样真逗！