Asking someone about their favorite is a great way to get know them better and learn about their preferences and opinions.
These questions are good for when you are first meeting someone and are easy to incorporate as part of introductions in a larger group, such as asking each person to say their name, role, and favorite food as a child.
These questions will give you a sense if you're on the same page together.
You might learn something really amazing about your date - or something really run-for-the-hills scary. This can be asked in different ways..just saw Piers Morgan ask it of George Lopez on CNN. This tells you what is near and dear to your date's heart and could lead to a great conversation as well.
If they’ve been asked the same question a thousand times before, it’s not as effective in engaging the person in your conversation.
And these are just a starting point; take these team-building questions and modify them to meet your needs and situation.
You can also try some questions to test your compatibility. Bring up these questions naturally in conversations and over time as your relationship progresses.
Before walking down the wedding aisle, you'll want to have covered some basic questions on top of all the ones you went through while getting to know one another in the early stages of your relationship.
Some people consider themselves skilled communicators because they can talk endlessly.
Before we get to those, let’s review a few general guidelines for dating discourse: Listen as much or more than you talk.
Get out there and share some memorable activities too!
Now that you've been dating for a while, here are some questions to use when things are heating up.
I am planning to use many of these questions for a mostly multiple choice trivia game for my parent's 50th wedding anniversary party.
I think that it will be interesting and will allow the guests to get to know my parents better.