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Our top 11 tips on how to make small talk in English.


“Small talk” = casual conversation based on trivial topics (such as the weather, cinema, family, etc.) in an informal setting: while waiting for a bus, in a lift, at a business lunch, having a coffee in a café, at a party, etc.

You may be able to deliver killer speeches, wonderful presentations and professional talks on topics of your choice. But can you make small talk? There are times in life when you need to make casual conversation. And in business, the social aspect of a business relationship is often as important as the professional one. Here are our top 10 tips for making small talk.

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