An opener often takes the form of an open-ended question, which can lead to further comments or conversation as well as creating topics for future conversations (e.g.
Judy Ringer's We Have to Talk: A Step-By-Step Checklist for Difficult Conversations points out that an entirely different set of openers may be used for sensitive conversations, e.g.
How to Meet Women describes it as "...a classic move - simple, but devastatingly effective" while the Seduction Bible suggests, "Don’t give her your name.
Some people keep conversation pieces for this purpose.approaching a stranger on the street versus meeting them at a more structured gathering of people with like interests).
Secondly, there are only two ways to begin a conversation: State a fact [or] ask a question/opinion".
Some of the Roman and Greek gods and goddesses—Apollo, for instance—answer to the same name in both languages.
For a more complete Roman listing, see Roman Gods and Goddesses.
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Of course, the Romans gave their adopted Greek deities Latin names.
Below is a list of the gods and goddess with their Greek equivalents.
Of the twelve, the Romans did not include Hades (Pluto); as Lord of the Underworld, he did not dwell in Olympus.