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What are some How can I come up with good conversation-starters?

When talking to people, I often find myself in an "awkward silence". This is usually with acquaintances or friends-of-friends.

Let's say I'm at a family gathering on Thanksgiving (United States). I am talking to an aunt or uncle, and we come to the end of the topic.

What would I say to beginstrategies will help me start a new topic that they would find interesting?

What are some good conversation-starters?

When talking to people, I often find myself in an "awkward silence". This is usually with acquaintances or friends-of-friends.

Let's say I'm at a family gathering on Thanksgiving (United States). I am talking to an aunt or uncle, and we come to the end of the topic.

What would I say to begin a new topic that they would find interesting?

How can I come up with good conversation-starters?

When talking to people, I often find myself in an "awkward silence". This is usually with acquaintances or friends-of-friends.

Let's say I'm at a family gathering on Thanksgiving (United States). I am talking to an aunt or uncle, and we come to the end of the topic.

What strategies will help me start a new topic that they would find interesting?

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When talking to people, I often find myself in an "awkward silence". This is usually with acquaintances or friends-of-friends.

How canLet's say I'm at a family gathering on Thanksgiving (United States). I am talking to an aunt or uncle, and we come up with general conversation-starters that most people can respondto the end of the topic.

What would I say to begin a new topic that they would find interesting?

When talking to people, I often find myself in an "awkward silence". This is usually with acquaintances or friends-of-friends.

How can I come up with general conversation-starters that most people can respond to?

When talking to people, I often find myself in an "awkward silence". This is usually with acquaintances or friends-of-friends.

Let's say I'm at a family gathering on Thanksgiving (United States). I am talking to an aunt or uncle, and we come to the end of the topic.

What would I say to begin a new topic that they would find interesting?

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