But there's just one problem I think she has a boyfriend

Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
Hi, I wrote to you sometime ago asking for help to get closer tto a girl of my class.
I just followed your tip and I was able to get her email, phone number and adress and I think I'm getting closer to her
But there's just one problem I think she haves a boyfriend, I'm not sure about this, but a saw a friend of her asking her if they used hanged out, but I wasn't able to hear her answer and I noticed that she and him don't talk a lot to each other at school, but outside I don't know.
The boy who I think that is her boyfriend is also in my class, and sometimes when I was walking to home with her, he just appeared out of nowhere and always interrupted what we were talking about.
I don't think I should has ker or him if they're boyfriends.
I'm planning to buy her a Christmas present but I'm not sure if I should give to her anonymosly or not.
What should I do?

Sorry if this is a bit messed up.

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If the guy is a boyfriend, she should have told you by now.

But, just to clear the air why don't you ask her?

My recommendation on the Christmas present is to give it to her personally. She will appreciate it a lot.

It's good to hear that you walk her home! George

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