What's the word that someone is trying to humiliate another for repeating her/his actions funny way?
Please excuse me my question is a bit weird, but I always wondered about this.
To mimic means you are copying a person but it doesn't always mean you are trying to humiiate or put down. Mock is closer to what is described.
If you want to improve you language skills, you would do well to mimic native speakers. But you probably don't want to mock them.
That's true! My Mom did that and they just thought it was funny, but not alll will be like that... :)
The problem with mock is it doesn't connote mimicry. The problem with mimic is that mimicry can happen without mockery. One word won't exactly do it. . . .
'mock' can absolutely connote imitation. Although you're correct that you can mock someone without imitating them.
I would like to make a suggestion on your note following your question. A better way to say it would be " Excuse me if my question seems a bit weird." It sounded like you were concerned that people would not understand why you asked the question.