10 Tips on How to Start Conversation with Any Lady for the First Time

Starting a conversation with a lady you just met for the first time can be compelling. It is normal to be anxious about how to address and chat with the lady but what is expected from you is to have some courage to reach her. Having the understanding of how to begin a dialogue in the first instance with clues and jokes added to it, is the best thing ever.

Having a conversation with a lady either on social media, by texting, or by communicating face to face is not that easy but here are the clues to start a discussion with a lady for the first time.

1. Greet Her and Introduce Yourself

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A first impression goes a long way. The way you present yourself matters a lot. For the first time approaching a lady, smile and say hi. Keep the introduction of yourself simple and ask about her name, distance yourself a little from her, and observe her reaction to know if she has an interest in the discussion and if not, excuse you may consider leaving her alone.

2. Inquire About How She Is Doing

After the greeting and introduction, it is polite to ask how she is doing, and how her day was. From there, the dialogue keeps getting deeper. Women generally are decent to men who ask about them. Even if it seems like a simple question to ask, they will want to tell you everything about how their day went and how they are feeling.

3. Make Some Comments about Her

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Although some women may present themselves as being complex for the first time during a conversation, nevertheless they love been complimented. If it is how she dresses, walks, or the way she smiles, keep your complement simple, short, respectfully, and with all sincerity.

4. Discuss a Common Thing

Talk about something that both of you are familiar with because it helps to build a good connection.

5. Ask What Interests Her

You can keep the discussion going when you inquire about what she is interested in doing. For example, you can ask about the book she likes reading, an artist she loves listening to, and so on.

6. Send Sweet Messages

If you are talking or chatting online for the first time, you can send her soft daybreak or night messages. Don’t let your messages be too bulky, and then pause for her to respond.

7. Mention a Common Friend

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Mentioning a friend that you know, and she happens to know the friend as a good person will create a good discussion and connection with her. She will be comfortable and at ease around you.

8. Ask Funny Questions

As said earlier, the way you present yourself matters a lot. Respectfully comport yourself then she can flow with you with any questions you ask. You can ask questions like “What are the stupid things you have ever done”.

9. Share Interesting Things

Share interesting things depending on the atmosphere you created in the course of the discussion.

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10. Ask a Personal Topic

If you notice that your conversation is interesting and achieving, you can inquire to know more about her. Firstly, you can ask about her family and then move on to another question depending on if she is comfortable with those questions.

Conclusion

The list of how to engage in conversations with a lady for the first time goes on. With these few points listed above, you can be assured of reasonable and memorable communication with a happy ending.

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