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PostSubject: Keeping the conversation going.........   Sat Jun 14, 2008 6:33 pm

What can you say when you want to encourage people to keep talking to you?

Try making a comment or asking a question - it shows the other person you're interested in what they are saying.

Here are some examples of what you can say:


Making comments

"No!" - to show surprise.

"I don't believe it!" - to show surprise.

"Wow!" - to show admiration or surprise.

"That's incredible / amazing / unbelievable" - to show great interest in the subject of conversation.

"How awful / terrible" - to show sympathy with someone else's bad news.


Asking questions

"Really?" - to show surprise.

"And you?" - when someone asks you how you are.

"Did you?" - can be used to encourage someone to tell their story.


For example,
"I saw her last night", "Did you?" "Yes, she was with one of her friends, and she…."

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