مساءالخير اليوم جبت لكم موضوع بالانجليزي عجبني جداً وهو يعلم الناس كيف يتكلمون مع أشخاص لاول مرة وماذا يتجنبون الحديث فيه
هو بالانجليزي . انشالله يعجبكم.طبعا اعذوروني في علامات الترقيم لانها مابتتعدل .
It is common to hear people saying, 'thank you', 'excuse me' or 'bless me / you!' frequently. You will often be asked 'How are you?', 'Have you eaten?' or 'How was your trip?'
What's the point?
We use small talk to 'break the ice' and get a conversation started. Perhaps it has become less important over time how well you actually are or if you have, in fact, eaten anything. In reality, you might not be fine; you would still say: 'I am fine'! If you haven't eaten, nobody wants to know!
Some people may fear entering a networking situation where they may have to enter into small talk or start up a conversation themselves. When you know you might have to, think of a few things to talk about.
Current affairs, breaking news or hobbies and interests are always safe topics. Try and think of interesting things that may appeal to lots of people. Some great openers include: 'What do you think of...?', 'Have you heard...?' and 'What is your take on...?'
On the other hand, avoid religion and political views at first. Stay away from negative or controversial topics, and refrain from long-winded stories or giving a lot of detail in casual conversation.
People use the words "Excuse me!" on many occasions: When wanting to pass by, when coughing, sneezing or yawning in public or when bumping into someone accidentally.
Small talk - It is simply a way to show courtesy and be polite.
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