Is she interested or just nice

Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
Last week I broke up with my girl friend, and a few days later this girl(who I used to talk to but not so much of late) in my one study hall moves over to the side of the room I usualy sit on and sits at the table next to the one I usualy sit at. On that day I was talking to one of my friends at my table about my break-up and she was looking at us like she was listening. So the next day I'm at the table by myself and she comes and sits next to me, we talk for a little bit and then she says how are you and your girl friend doing, and I reply by saying that we broke up. The girl goes on to say that I was too good for my ex. and that I could do alot better and gave me a few other complements. We talked for the rest of the study hall and then when I passed her in the hall later in the day she looked right at me and smiled. I know that she just ended a relationship in the past few weeks as well.

Do you think that she likes me or she was being nice trying to create conversation. Advice
Although it is too early to say for sure, it seems that she likes you.

Keep talking with her and if you like her start flirting to see how she reacts. If she flirts back then you should ask her out.

Good luck! George

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