Asking questions, good engaging questions is a good way in keeping a conversation going with a girl and connecting with her on an emotional level.
In the course of talking to a girl, you will be asking her questions like, “Where are you from?”, “What do you do?”, “What do you like?”, “What television shows do you like?”, “What is your favorite movie?”, “What is your favorite TV show?”, and whatnot.
All these are necessary questions to ask a girl…
…but in addition to asking these superficial questions, you want to ask other questions that not only separates you from the guys she encounters but makes her find you intriguing and want to share her secrets and experiences with you.
The questions to ask a girl
You want to ask questions that will get her talking emotionally about herself…
…sharing secrets, sharing her feelings, experiences, deep thoughts, get her thinking and dreaming a little, and reliving events…
…and feeling excited about the conversation and refreshed.
For instance, when you ask a girl or a woman…
- “How was your day/weekend?”
…and she replies with something like…
- “It was okay/good!”
You follow up with a question like…
- “So, what are the good things that happened to you today/during the weekend?”
…to get her to reveal all the good things that happened to her – reliving the fun part.
Even asking simple questions like…
“How did that feel?”
“What was that like?”
“Did it make you feel good?”
…is enough to get her sharing her feelings, and reliving events. [Read: ‘How to Make a Girl or Your Girlfriend Feel Special, Loved and Desired’]
Deeper questions to ask a girl
“What do you like to do for fun?”
“What are your goals?”
“What are your passions in life?”
“What do you want out of life?”
“Is it your desire/a dream to [the work she does/the course she reads at college]?”
“What’s the most embarrassing moment you’ve had?”
“What’s something about yourself that most people would never guess?”
“So which one of the women on [her favorite reality television show] are you most like?”
“So if you won the lottery and could do any work you wanted, what would it be?”
“What is your best trait?”
“What’s your favorite memory as a child?”
“Do you consider yourself a generous person?”
These are a few of many deep, engaging, and even simple questions to ask a girl.
Questions like these set you apart from the guys she has encountered or met, and show her you’re genuinely interested in her (who she is).
Don’t just start asking her these sorts of questions out of the blue… make sure they relate to what you’re talking about and let your conversation flow. [Read: ‘Things and Topics to Talk About with a Girl’]
Don’t barrage a girl with constant questions, though
…you’re not interviewing her for a job.
Be involved in the conversation. Share your similar experiences too, something you can relate to…
To fish for more questions to ask a girl…
…genuinely take an interest in her life and listen attentively to her as she shares her life and innermost feelings with you.
Here, you will find what is most important to her, the topics or subjects that interest her, then you can ask questions and talk about it. [Read: ‘What Girls Talk About’ and ‘What Girls Like to Talk About’]
Hint: When a girl says or tells you something of interest to her or something she’s passionate about, you will notice that her speech will get faster and she will get more energetic. Here, encourage her to talk more about it…
- “Tell me more”
- “Really! How?”
- “So what happened?”
Here’s a little scenario:
You: “How was the party?”
Her: “It was a blast… I had so much fun”
You: “Really! Tell me more. What happened”
So there you have it…
…good conversation questions to ask a girl.
Yes, it is good to ask a girl questions… but don’t ask questions you don’t want to know the answer to. Especially a question about her past se*ual life or experience. It’s a perverse self-torture when you do this.
I hope this article has given you an insight into questions to ask a girl.
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