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An ongoing email correspondence. See threaded email.
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The authors encourage teens to take heart from knowing that more than 40% of people studied identify themselves as shy, and point out strategic steps for expanding ones comfort zone, making conversation, and finding friends.
The cooks are Indian and so is the staff, making conversation with them a bit slow at times.
He was just making conversation about general things and talking about people moving in and out of the street.
You know, if I'm sitting on a plane, making conversation with a person sitting next to me and they ask me what I do, I just say that I'm a songwriter.
I moved to Edinburgh last year for this job and, although I didn't know many people, I've never been shy of going out on my own and making conversation.
VAR Babacan is making conversation with some participants
Making conversation can be a bit daunting at times, but quick wit will always bail you out.
The traffic in town is fine, the Tubes are no bother and people are smiling at each other and making conversation.
But while some of these grumbles may just be a way of making conversation or getting a pet hate off our chest, some of these moans do have a point to them, which is where this show comes in.
He said: "They were excellent at making conversation in music rather than words.
When Haas hit the water at the last, I felt fine, cheerily making conversation with the barmaid.
The scene is a fishing lodge in rural Georgia often visited by "Froggy" LeSeuer (Morgan Jones), who has brought along a friend, a pathologically shy young man named Charlie (Anthony Koza) who is overcome with fear at the thought of making conversation with strangers.