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I was greatly disappointed because throughout the entire book, I found no actual example of dialogues, NONE.
I bet you that these two chapters are enough to make you want to read the book and even be a better conversationalist!
After reading it I can definitely say that it provided me with some tips on improving my conversation skills.
I bought this for my 19 year old nephew who was a bit conversational inept. After he read the first chapter I saw an immediate change.Published 23 days ago by James Newbold
This is a very good book on conversation types and styles.
It describes Small Talk as a ritual. Read more
While I found a lot of the book to be repetitive, repetition is what make you remember things. All my life I have frowned... Read morePublished 6 months ago by M. Hammers
I have just finished reading How to Start a Conversation and Make Friends by Don Gabor and here’s my take on the book. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Audrey L Terry
Due to a traumatic brain injury as a child, I have incomplete social skills. This is an excellent book to help someone learn the basic conversational skills they may be lacking. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Ray Bod
Good book, it's a basic introduction to a very broad topic. If you are looking for more in depth or advanced advice this is not the book.Published 9 months ago by 52 Week #45
This book was purchase as a gift for someone and they told me that it was OK. I personally did not read it.Published 11 months ago by wanda clay-petty
I don't think I'm terribly inept with social skills, but I often feel uncomfortable in social situations (especially with strangers or large groups). Read morePublished 11 months ago by Who's It