I try to ask my e-Buddy questions to get the conversation going, but she doesn’t answer them. What should I do?
Curious in Connecticut
If someone is new to reading or to e-mail, it may be hard for them to respond to a lot of questions. It might help if you shorten your messages to your e-Buddy, and maybe just ask one or two questions instead of several. Then, as your e-Buddy gets more comfortable reading and responding to your messages, you could start increasing the length of your e-mails.
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