Most Helpful Girl
Pulling chairs and so is fine , but it's not everything.
To be a gentleman listen carefully to her talks , try to interact with them ,
Show respect all the time but don't talk about that , which means instead of saying "I respect you" because it would seem silly , just RESPECT her wants , ask her if she likes the place or not so you look for another one , ask her what kind of things that she would like to do.
If you have a sister you can talk about her , try to mention a situation that shows how you respect her and then she will know that you do respect all women and treat them as an equal.
But always remember not to be OVER or to seem like you act , just be yourself and be polite.
Trust me , it won't just make her respect you as a man , it will also make her very interested in you!
Most Helpful Guy
Hey, it's VERY important for you not to go over the top.
I'd say slow down on the "gentlemanly" things.
Opening doors for her is fine. Giving her your jacket is probably too much, unless she already likes you a lot. Don't get up for her.
Well what I mean is, so far, I've been way more successful NOT acting gentlemanly (aside from opening doors, which is normal for me), than when I tried gentleman moves. The girl I treated as a gentleman ended up telling me she was used to guys treating her like shit.
Anyway, I think acting gentlemanly won't win over the girl for you.
I think you're safe with just opening doors, escorting her back to her car or to the subway, you could tell her you'll escort her to her place, make sure she gets home safe, that kind of stuff.
But that's just my experience, maybe some other people had more luck with that kind of thing.