7 Conversation Starters πŸ—― to Use in Class πŸ“ for Girls Who Want to Make Friends πŸ‘― ...


Now that school is starting back up, it's helpful to have some conversation starters in the back of your mind, just in case you want to make some friends.

After all, your days will go by faster if you have someone to talk to.

Plus, if you miss a day of class, then you can reach out to them for the notes that you've missed.

That's why you should use these conversation starters when you step into a classroom this year:

1. I Love Your Top. Where’d You Get It?

Everyone loves to be complimented.

It doesn't matter if you compliment a classmate on their shirt, necklace, or shoes.

Just make sure that you follow up the compliment by asking them where they bought the item.

If you don't do that, then they might just give you a quick "thank you" and be on their way.

2. Did You Buy All of the Books Yet?

If it's the first day of class, you can ask others if they bought all of the books for that class yet, or if they know how expensive a particular book is.

If you're further into the semester, then you can ask them what they think of the book that your class is already supposed to be reading.

Then you can swap opinions and complaints about the author and the course material in general.

3. I Heard This Teacher is Brutal

On the first day, you can ask your classmates if they've heard anything about the teacher's reputation.

Or, if you've actually heard others talk about them or if you've checked ratemyteachers.com, then you can tell them about the rumors you've heard.2

4. Do You Know Where the Cafeteria is?

If you're in college, you can ask your classmates where a certain building is, or where the closest fast food place is.

If you're in a new high school, then you can ask your classmates where the gym or cafeteria is.

If they don't know the answer, then you two can search for it together after class.

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