口语 ：英文聊天10个技巧 让你火速见面熟
1.Ask open ended questions.
It is difficult to connect with someone if you ask them questions that can be answered in two words. There is no chance for a connection to develop. Instead of asking， “Where do you live？” trying asking “What do you think of your neighborhood？” Instead of “where did you get that shirt？” try “What do you think of the new store in the mall？” The longer you talk， the more chance there is for a connection to grow.
2.Find things in common.
If your potential new friend interned at Credit Suisse， discuss that your brother works in finance. If she is all about reality TV， tell her which shows you’re into. Friendship is built on commonalities.
3.Use emotion words.
Sticking to the facts makes a conversation dry and boring. You want to capture your new acquaintance’s interest by using emotion words so they can connect with you on a genuine level. Instead of going into detail about where you stayed on your trip to London， talk about how anxious you felt when you almost missed your connection. Instead of describing how long your commute is， discuss how much you dread that hour of your day.
4.Think of who this person reminds you of.
If this person reminds you of a friend， someone on TV， or a public figure， tell them， as long as it isn’t insulting， of course. People love to hear who others think they look or act like. It is flattering that someone thinks about you enough to compare you to someone that they know and like.
5.Say positive things.
Don’t complain or whine about your life or discuss how upset you are by friend or work drama. This makes a potential friend wary of getting too close. It can seem like you’re always creating drama and negative energy， which is a turn off.