put someone at ease - to make (someone) feel calm and relaxed, have a row - to have an argument, establish shared interests - to have a common interest, ask appropriate questions - to ask good questions, have a misunderstanding - an occasion when someone does not understand something correctly, have some awkward silence - uncomfortable pauses in the conversation, put your foot in it - to say something by accident that embarrasses or upsets someone, make small talk - conversation about things that are not important, often between people who do not know each other well, offend someone - to hurt other's feelings, hit it off with someone - to be friendly with each other immediately,

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