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Break the ice” is a common English expression. It means “to get comfortable with someone.” There are many ways to start talking to someone new. I recommend that you memorize only two or three, so you don’t forget them. Pick ones that you can use anywhere, anytime. Which ones sound most natural to you? The most important thing is that you’re comfortable saying them. Here’s the easiest one: just say hello and your name. Then, if possible, shake hands. Amy: Hello. I’m Amy. (Offer your hand.) Brian: Hello, I’m Brian. (Shake hands.) Amy: Nice to meet you. See? It’s that easy. You can also break the ice by using other common greetings like “good morning,” “good afternoon” and “good evening.” Aside from asking questions, another good way to break the ice is to ask for very basic information. This gives you a reason for starting the conversation. Here are some examples: Excuse me, do you know what time it is? Sorry to bother you, but where is the meeting? Excuse me, are you going to the restaurant? Pick a topic that is happening currently, and that you actually want or need information about. Another great ice breaker is a compliment. Find something you like about them and tell them. Be a little careful here when picking an object to compliment. Don’t compliment them as a whole person, because they might be
I am open minded person. I would like to meet women having same open mindedness. I am polite and well behaved and i would expect the same. I am looking for friendship.