Small talk varies slightly 61__(depend) on where you are and who you’re chatting with. It can be different when you’re taking with 62 acquaintance or strangers. These ice breakers are good for you to know.
One important thing is trying to find out how often they come to this particular event. By doing so, you can establish a pattern of interest, either in their charity work, the friendships they keep, __63__ even 64_ (they) hobbies.
As they answer your question about past events, listen 65 (close) to pick up on similar interests that you share. Remember, if you both show up at the same event, you must have something in common, even if it’s just the fact that you both want to get out and meet more people.
You can also begin a conversation by 66 (start) the question with “Tell me”. Asking them to share this opens up the door for 67 (far) discussion, where someone not only talks about their 68 (person) life but provides details they usually don’t share with average strangers. Meanwhile, you can share something funny 69 happened to you. Sharing a bit about yourself is a good way to get another person to open up, but be careful not to go on and on without allowing them 70 (respond).
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