How do you make a girl who likes you for 2 years come back after breaking up?
You cannot make anyone do anything against their will.
If the breakup was cordial, you can always get in touch with her and ask her how she is doing, etc.
If the breakup was not cordial, and you feel it is due to you being in the wrong, perhaps an apology would be in order.
Once you have broken the ice, you can ask if she would be interested in getting together to talk, or go to dinner.
If she says no, then thank her and leave her be. The worst thing you can do is make a pest of yourself.
No one can "make" another come back to them. Issues related to the cause of the breakup needs to be addressed. That is where the answer is embedded.
You can't make someone do anything against there will, so if she doesn't like you anymore and doesn't want to get back together, then you have to respect her decision and try and move on. However if there was a particular reason why you broke up then address that issue and discuss it with her. But if she still says no, then respect that, as trying to force it will just make things worse and could end with things becoming nasty.
You don't. You let her go, and move on with your own life.
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