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How should I introduce myself to her without being awkward?

How should I introduce myself to her without being awkward? Topic: I am bored of homework
May 26, 2019 / By Deniece
Question: I'm not really scared of talking to her, I'm just scared of what to say during those first 30 seconds when I walk up to her. She has no idea who I am, but I've seen her around school and think she's really cute and she seems sweet. I'm in 11th grade, and she's in 10th. Could you please give me some examples of things to say if I see her in the hall? I don't want to say something boring, like "what was the homework...?" I'm mainly just afraid that she'll think I'm creepy or boring. How can I avoid this? Thank you!
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Calla Calla | 4 days ago
If you're in the halls make eye contact, smile, say hi, and introduce yourself. If you're scared of her thinking you're creepy say "hey I'm ___! I think you're in one of my classes and I've seen you around school. What's your name?" to avoid being boring make her laugh and find some common interest to talk about.
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Calla Originally Answered: Awkward writing: Which one sounds more awkward?
1 is just fine. 2 has many grammatical and syntactical errors. Because you're asking specifically about writing, I'd say that 2 is much more awkward - 1 is not awkward at all, but 2 is barely understandable. If you were asking about spoken language, it's a toss up. The poor syntax and grammar of sentence 2 are sort of "filtered out" by the listener when spoken. Some people find longer sentences with correct structure (like sentence 1) harder to understand than shorter poorly-formed sentences. I'd still say sentence 1 is less awkward, but I can easily imagine someone disagreeing. But again, 2 is written much more awkwardly than 1 (which is not awkward at all).
Calla Originally Answered: Awkward writing: Which one sounds more awkward?
The second one is worse than the first.In the first one except for the capitalization the rest is okay.

Alysa Alysa
To start, when you see her in the halls act like you don't see her and run into her, then say"oh sorry! i wasn't looking, i was all caught up in this conversation about (make something up).are you okay?my name is(your name here)wait,what'syour name?and then offer to walk her to class.
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Alysa Originally Answered: How to introduce this topic?
Could you clarify the question, as the way it is currently written makes no sense at all! If the questions are that badly phrased, I doubt anyone would expect coherent essays in answer to it! Do you mean sex education as an integrated subject in the curriculum? If so, look at the reasons for and against the inclusion of sex education and weigh up the arguments. If you are asked to do so, offer an opinion as to whether, on balance, sex education should be a standard subject. Your introduction might include things like: Instances of teenage pregnancy: would better sex education lower the amount of teenage pregnancies, and the knock-on social and economic implications? Sexually transmitted diseases, including blood-borne viruses such as HIV and Hepatitis: would the provision of sex education help to lower the number of new infections from STIs etc. Responsibility: would sex education lead young people to be more careful, more selective and responsible in their choice of sexual partner? Would abstinence or safer sex teach young people self-respect as well as respect for their partner(s)? Provision: Would sex education be a 'stand alone' subject, or incorporated into another subject? Who would teach it? Would it be a teacher employed by the school, or would someone from an outside agency be brought in? (You could then present arguments for and against - teachers might be embarrassed and/or not like teaching, for example, English, then having to talk about safe sex or STIs) Good luck with your essay anyway, and I hope you can find some points that you are comfortable writing an essay about on this sensitive topic. Happy Xmas
Alysa Originally Answered: How to introduce this topic?
People always think sex is something bad, horrible, vulgar and maybe not the right thing to teach at school. Actually, sex is a goood thing to learn especially for teengers.

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