I only ever say hi/hey to her and she'll say it back, and that's all she says. I mean, I guess I haven't really done much either but... it's hard since i'll see her with another/other girl (s) after school or maybe walking alone to another class in a really short window of time. This is mostly what happens when i say stuff to her, me: "hi (name)." little bit after...- her: hey/(or hi sometimes)'
that's usually what i tend to do, she never says my name really ever, she knows it. well, at least whenever i've been around, she never has used it. except once i heard her say it near the end of the school year last year in may/june.
Then after i say hi, i'll sometimes have asked how's she doing,
me: how's it going? her: good (with that same kind of quiet and softly speaking tone)
with this, it feels hard to try to talk to her, i was shy when i was young so it's hard for me to think of what to say to her. plus, she also like those replies i showed, she kind of is like shy/curt with it. I see her all social with other girls and guys, so?
oh and again, she never really looks at me. maybe she'll be facing foward or something and she stays like that, or if at a desk she'll just keep looking at her stuff. I don't know if it's true, but in one class, i was in the way back and she was in the desk infront of me and she would tilt her head to the left and her hair would keep sliding down, and she would flick it back and turn, as if it looked like she could look at me, but i don't know if she could've. she also might sometimes look to the left of the room, but it looked like her eyes were shifted to the left more as well, as if she was looking at me through peripheral vision or something, but i don't know if that'd be true too.
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She's probably extremely shy.
She's the type of person that needs to come out of her shell.
The only way that can be "fixed" is if you establish a friendship with her.
Shy people eventually come out of their shell with constant exposure to the same person.
Doing a simple verbal exchange doesn't really help much.
But making plans and getting together does.