How to start conversations with women is the topic for today. I remember the first time I visited Romania. I knew they spoke English so I just started my usual thing, ”What’s up?” ETC.
Well, I got that “Get away from me” look and I thought, ”This is going to be a long trip!”
I discovered two things on how to start conversations with women in a different country:
* Sometimes the girls were embarrassed that they didn’t speak English correctly so they just avoided it.
* They thought I was being arrogant by expecting them to answer in English
Even though most people in the world speak English, it’s important to know some of the local language. In my experience, if you show a woman that at least you’re making an attempt to speak her language and respect it, she sill have no problem switching to yours for the rest of the conversation.
Sometimes they will test you by pretending not to speak English. I suggest picking up a translation book for wherever you’re traveling and make sure it includes conversational language as well as some slang, if possible. Learn the exact same phrases that I tell you about or whatever is close to it and appropriate for the region.
The same things I teach for having great success with American women also apply to foreign women when you’re traveling. Starting a conversation with women and foreign women is very similar.
Here’s an example of a conversation I might have say in Romania:
*Me: “Che Faci” (What’s up?)
*Her: “Bene” (I’m good)
*Me: (Leaning over near her ear and in English this time) “If we’re going to continue this relationship, we’ll have to switch to English”
After this short exchange, almost all of the same rules apply. It’s helpful if you know someone who lives there who can tell you about the women and their mindset towards Americans, dating, sex and relationships in general. That’s how to start conversations with women or foreign women.
Here is another video on how to start conversations: