How can you open a conversation with a very silent person?
I guess you could ask questions: how are you, what do you do, things like that. Get them talking about themselves and really listen to their answers and be interested. But sometimes, people are just of a quiet nature and not comfortable talking.
By analyzing their position, facial features, stance, clothing, their surroundings, and mentioning something that relates to those.
It is difficult when a person chooses to be silent, but one can try to get them talking by asking general questions like where they live an d where their families come from, questions like this opens conversations easily
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