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How do you get to know someone without being nosy or rude?

And how do you figure out how a person feels about you — or tell them how you feel about them — without either of you feeling uncomfortable?

Elaine Grace When you first meet someone it can be difficult to know how to start a conversation, especially if your first language is not English. " - Television, eg "Did you see The X Factor last night? " - Books, eg "Have you read any good books recently?

" (but only if you know the person likes reading) - Sport, eg "Have you been watching Wimbledon?

The Internet has always had loud dumb people, but I've never seen anything quite as bad as the people who comment on You Tube videos.

The protocols and practices of dating, and the terms used to describe it, vary considerably from country to country and over time.

" - Food, eg "I had a lovely Chinese meal last night - do you like Chinese food?

" - General matters about the person you are talking to, eg "Have you lived in this area long?

The 19th Century was a time of tremendous social and economic flux.

The Industrial Revolution created a consumer economy and a huge middle class with the means of purchasing consumer goods.

You may sometimes upset people by things that you say or do, even if these things seem perfectly normal in your own culture. My name is Mark" - Travel, eg "Did you manage to find here OK? " - The weather, eg "It's a lovely day today, isn't it? " (British people love dogs or cats) - General news, eg "What do you think about the recent floods?

The protocols and practices of dating, and the terms used to describe it, vary considerably from country to country and over time.

" - Food, eg "I had a lovely Chinese meal last night - do you like Chinese food?

" - General matters about the person you are talking to, eg "Have you lived in this area long?

The 19th Century was a time of tremendous social and economic flux.

The Industrial Revolution created a consumer economy and a huge middle class with the means of purchasing consumer goods.

You may sometimes upset people by things that you say or do, even if these things seem perfectly normal in your own culture. My name is Mark" - Travel, eg "Did you manage to find here OK? " - The weather, eg "It's a lovely day today, isn't it? " (British people love dogs or cats) - General news, eg "What do you think about the recent floods?

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