One of the best ways to improve communication skills is to become familiar with the language by reading, building vocabulary, and discussing what you study in daily conversations.
Too often, ESL/EFL students spend time reading about topics that they normally wouldn't use in daily conversation.
This site presents short conversation starters or readings that you can study and then try to apply in everyday situations Before anything else, be sure to read the page, Using This Site, to understand the purpose of these materials and how to best use them.
The table below outlines current and future topics. Write me if you have an idea for a new reading topic.
It signifies the commitment and love you have for someone you want to spend the rest of your life with.
I’m thinking about the teeth pooling moments where the awkward silence just takes over the situation, you are just sitting their smiling while desperately in your mind scrambling for something just mildly interesting to say, but you just can think of anything, your mind is totally blank, it terrifying, at this point you can’t even remember your own name.
(Lol, I think we all experienced this at some point.) Finally you hear yourself saying something completely uninteresting, like: And then the conversation dries up once again, the awkward silence start to eat you both up from the inside until one of you can’t stand the social pressure and thus make up some excuse to leave.
It’s a horrible horrible situation to be in, I have thus decided to make this cheat sheet of interesting conversation topics to ensure, that you will never run out of things to say again.
You are not alone; many guys have asked me about “which conversation topics are the best to talk about on a first date with girl” all us secretly fear moment of awkwardness.
Also make sure to read IMPORTANT: Please know that the topics themselves are actually not that important, its not what you say, but how you say something.