How do i get closer

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Hey. I'm 15 and im a sophomore in highschool. Theres this girl that i like. Ive known who she is and shes known who i am for about a year. We just started talking more than a month ago. I enjoy talking to her. She and I usually talk for about 5 minutes in the morning before school starts and sometimes for like 5 minutes in the hall between 2nd and 3rd period. Last thrusday I asked her to homecoming and she told me she said shed think about it and the next day she told me that we could go to homecoming together. That evening i saw her at the football game and we talked for a while. I like her and i want to know how i can get closer to her. shes sort of quiet not really quiet but not really loud either. What is your advice? Advice
Continue to talk with her at school. That will keep you close together.

Have a great time at Homecoming and make sure she feels appreciated. Talk to her as much as you can, share feelings with her, and be affectionate (tell her how nice she looks, how nice her clothes are, and how smart she is).

Find out what the normal thing to do at Homecoming is and make sure you do it too. I'm assuming this is a dance and so maybe you need to get some flowers. Ask your friends what they are doing so you will not be different.

Have a wonderful time, dance as much as you can, give her hugs and kisses on the cheek. Tell her what a wonderful time you are having. Because you will.

Good luck! George

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