the girl says " Stop, now." in a very low serious tone

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I know this girl who is very outgoing, and now I have to sit with her on the bus. One morning she asked me what grade I am in and said " Everyone here is in that grade!"
( I am in a higher grade than her.} So I was thinking about it during class and suddenly I thought, " Hey, may'be she was trying to start a conversation."
Well then the same afternoon she asks me again, " What grade are you in?" and I tell her and she says the same thing. Now we were starting to talk and this girl starts calling us lovebirds, and I'm like " Oh man, now she will quit talking." but the girl says " Stop, now." in a very low serious tone. We stopped talking until she asked to move back to the front seat of the bus where her friends were.

So tell me, I understand she might be just trying to talk, but what do you think? Advice
This has me beat. I don't know what to say.

She was trying to have a conversation with you but then gave up when the other girl called you "love birds." Then she asked to sit in the front of the bus.

Sounds to me like she was interested in you but then got flustered and decided she wasn't brave enough to continue with you.

If you like her, try to say hi to her at school and see what happens.

Best of luck! George

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