While I will provide examples it’s best if you ask yourself this question: What’s important to me in a relationship?Whatever you decide is important should be the starting point for the questions you want to ask.Second, you’re not going to want to ask questions that can simply be answered with a “yes” or a “no” if you’re concerned with keeping the conversation going.
Most will require thought or at least some explanation when answered.
Finally, don’t get so obsessed with asking a list of specific questions that you end up putting you’re dating on an “interview”. If it never finds a life of its own then at the very least mix things up so there are some serious questions and some light-hearted ones. If you are serious about finding a relationship you need to decide what’s important to you and base your questions, at least in part, on these areas.
Specifically, you should be trying to determine if this is someone you would like to continue to spend time with.
Don’t just find a bunch of questions on the internet to ask just so you can “fill the silence”.
Also, don’t assume you’re the only one who should ask questions…allow your date to ask questions as well!