Tip #3: Match the question you ask to the current situation you’re in.For example, if you’re on a first date, don’t ask #21 What Makes You Cry?5) According to you, how do we fight global warming? 6) After I had asked you out for the first time, was there any part of you that wanted to say no? (excluding your mother, and other family members) 8) All of your life, your parents have taught you.
That way you get them talking and before you know it, you'll not only be having a decent conversation with them, but getting to know them as well.If you start the conversation off with his favorite food, then you understand the keys to making him yours (the food-topic is one of the best conversation starters).Naturally, it’s not only about starting, but you also have to know about holding a conversation.So what are the kind of questions that you can ask them?Here's the golden rule to any great conversation - ask people questions about themselves and they'll get going like a high-speed train.
33) Are you / do you want to / have graduated from college?