You could ask her what hobbies she likes and what movies she enjoys.
See a doctor, or go to a free clinic. Be prepared to answer some awkward and personal questions at a free clinic.
When was your last STD test? Are you married? Do you have children? What are your relationship goals? Where do you see yourself in 5years from now?
Yes, that is why we are here, to answer questions.
Some good reason to answer personal questions during a job interview are to become sociable, provide a level of comfort and demonstrate one's personal style. One must be able to handle all questions in an interview to be hired.
They probably could if you asked them nicely. The best option would be to think of some specific questions to ask.
There are many questions that could be asked. It is a good idea to ask someone who has taken the test or look on the website to get some ideas for studying.
1.) Have you failed school 2.) Where do you live
Some of your personal information could be wrong. You may not be 18. Someone made a mistake processing the form.
You answer this way, "I'm sorry, I don't feel comfortable answering that question in a professional environment." then you stick to your guns. if you answer some personal questions (or if you ask them of others) don't be surprised that others keep asking you more and more personal questions.
ask him, but ask him some other questions first, then ask him if he likes someone then ask some more random questions, so he doesn't get suspicious.
how old are you??