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  • We've all been there before.

    みんな同じ経験がある。

  • You're in conversation, things are humming along nicely, and then out of nowhere, the awkward silence rears its head.

    会話をしていて、

  • At that moment, your mind goes completely blank, you don't know what to say, and you can sense the other person's eyes wandering as they look for someone else to talk to.

    物事は滞りなく進んでいる。どこからともなく、

  • That scenario sucks, so here are five tips to make sure that you never run out of things to say in conversation again.

    気まずい沈黙が訪れる。

  • First, when you find yourself in that situation where your mind has gone blank, play "Reminds Me of".

    その瞬間、

  • That just means that you look to the environment around you and say, "You know, that reminds me of..." and then fill in the blank.

    頭は真っ白になって、

  • It's great for opening new conversational threads, and it can also work as a follow-up when someone finishes telling a story, which is how many groups of friends interact all the time.

    何て言ったらいいか分からない。相手の目が泳いでいるのが分かる。

  • That's because people are drawn to others who they feel are similar to themselves, and related stories can build that bridge.

    誰か他に話せる人を探しているのだ。

  • Just be sure not to repeatedly make your story superior to theirs, or else you can feel like one-upping.

    そんな場面は最悪だから、5つのコツを紹介します。

  • Second, when you ask questions, keep them open-ended as often as possible.

    会話が途切れないようにするための

  • So rather than saying, "Oh, you're from Toronto. Do you like it there?"

    始めに、頭が真っ白になるという

  • You might say, "How do you like Toronto?" "I'm curious to hear more about it."

    場面に出くわしたら、

  • The former question invites a one-word response and then awkward silence.

    「~を思い出す」を試してみてください。

  • The latter gets the other person talking about the things that they like, which is going to open up more conversational threads.

    まわりを見渡して、こう言うのだ。

  • Also, just remember the rule that every three-year-old knows about conversation, which is that simply asking why is a great way to get people to open up more.

    「それを見ると、○○を思い出すなぁ。」と。

  • So when someone mentions that they are a consultant for instance, you might ask: "Why did you decide to get into consulting?"

    その○○を埋める。新しい会話を始めるのに最適で、

  • To be clear, unlike three-year-olds, you don't have to say the word "why" over and over and over.

    誰かが話し終えたときにも使える。

  • But drilling down into their motivations will often get you a deeper connection in conversation.

    これは友達同士でも使われている方法です。

  • Third, for the worst case scenario, when conversation just flat-out stalls, use revival questions.

    それは人が自分と似ていると感じる人たちに

  • These are non sequiturs that bring conversation back from the dead.

    惹かれるものだからで、

  • Here's three of my favorites.

    関連する話がその人たちとの架け橋になります。

  • If you're in a new group and conversation dies, after initial pleasantries, a great revival question is: "How do you guys all know one another?"

    ただ、他の人の話よりも自分の話が優れているように話すのはやめましょう。

  • There's almost always some kind of story that conversation can build from.

    そうじゃないと、気取った感じに思われます。

  • If you're only speaking to one person, you can say instead, "So what's your story?"

    次に、質問をする際に、

  • The great thing about this question is that it is so open-ended that the other person will probably guide you towards the topics that they want to talk about.

    できるだけ自由に回答できるようにしよう。

  • Usually responding with something like, "You mean what do I do for work or what do I like to do for fun?"

    「トロント出身かぁ。そこは好きですか?」と

  • Their tone of voice and enthusiasm will usually tell you the best angle of conversation to continue with.

    言う代わりに、

  • Lastly, for people you already know well, ask them about their exciting plans for the future.

    「トロントはどうですか?」と聞くほうが良い。

  • This one is nice because it is endlessly renewable, which makes it great for connecting with people in the office or wherever you work.

    「もっと聞かせてください。」

  • Fourth on the list is to make a complimentary cold read.

    最初の質問は簡単な答えで終わり、その後は沈黙になる。

  • So if someone is particularly smiley, you might say, "You look like the type who would be great with kids."

    後の質問は、相手が好きなことについて

  • Or if they're super strong, you might say, "You look like you're pretty into fitness."

    話してくれるので、

  • If you get it right, they're probably going to open up and tell you more about it.

    もっと会話をつなげていくことができる。

  • But even if you're wrong, you can talk about what it is that gave you that impression in the first place.

    それに、このルールを忘れないで

  • Either way, you've got new conversational material to work with.

    どんな3歳児でも知っているこのルール

  • And the fifth and final tip is to flip the script so that you're not the one worried about running out of things to say.

    単純に、「なぜ?」と聞くことです。

  • Instead, allow the other person to move the conversation forward by getting more comfortable with silence.

    これだけで人はもっと話をしてくれる。

  • Seriously, three seconds might feel like a long time, but if you can just take a deep breath while maintaining easy eye contact,

    例えば、誰かがコンサルタントしていると言ったら、こう聞けます。

  • more often than not, the other person will make a comment or ask you a question.

    「コンサルタントをしようと思った理由は?」

  • Or if you really want to encourage them to continue, repeat back the last few words that they said.

    誤解しないでください、3歳児と違って、

  • This mirroring invites them to elaborate and can often get people to open up in very powerful ways.

    「なぜ」という単語を何度も繰り返し言う必要はありません。

  • So there you have it. Five quick and easy tactics that you can use today to make sure that you never run out of things to say in conversation.

    だが、動機について掘り下げることは会話でもっと深いつながりを作ってくれるだろう。

  • If you'd like these tips and want more advanced tips, you might want to check out an online course that I created called Charisma University.

    3番目に、最悪の場合、会話が全くなくなったら、

  • It has a full hour of my best strategies to become an expert conversationalist, not to mention separate sections on creating amazing first impressions,

    生き返りの質問をしてみる。前の会話とは脈絡のないものの、新しく話題ができます。

  • telling captivating stories, developing rock-solid confidence, and becoming an inspiring leader.

    次の3つが私のお気に入り。新しいグループにいて、社交辞令の後、 会話がなくなったら、

  • You can learn more and join today if you're interested by clicking the button now.

    良い生き返りの質問は、

  • If you like this video and more like it on YouTube, make sure to subscribe to the channel and click that notification bell.

    「お互いどこで知り合ったんですか?」新しい話題になる話しがされる可能性が大いにあります。 1人だけに話をしていたら、

  • I hope that you enjoyed this video and I will see you in the next one.

    「あなたのことを聞かせて?」と言えばよい。

We've all been there before.

みんな同じ経験がある。

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【気まずい解消】会話の途中で訪れる「シーン」の解決方法を紹介!(How To Never Run Out Of Things To Say In Conversation)

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    Carol Chen に公開 2018 年 07 月 03 日
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