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So, like in any conversation, you want to take in what's happening and then respond to it."You let your guy do his thing, you know, taking the first step," Frances says, "and you're there to respond to what he's doing." That response can be anything from passionately kissing him back to biting your lip to let him know you like what he's doing."Some people need to find their own style," she adds, "like, the way that your last partner kissed you will probably not be the same way your new suitor kisses you." Don't expect that just because you know how to kiss (news flash: everyone knows to kiss), you know how to kiss everyone."Everyone has a different kissing style," says Lauren, so be sure to respect that.

It's kind of like this: a really good make out feels just like that moment before sex when your guy takes your panties off."3.

Receive and respond Making out is a lot like having a conversation — only in this instance, you're not really talking, you're kissing.

Frances says there are ways to let your person know that you're into it.

"Try the 'happy giggle,'" she says, "where you actually giggle, but just let out small, sweet, little sounds.

You mimic their body language — are they leaning toward you?

If so, lean toward them — because it creates a symmetry between the two of you and makes you feel like you're literally connected, even though you're not."Frances also adds that people making out tend to touch and be touched the way that they enjoy those feelings — so if someone is being really gentle and subtle with you, take that as a cue that this types of feelings and expressions are things they want in return.2.

But here's the thing — according to a survey conducted by Your Tango, only 52 percent of people think their partner is a good kisser.

That means almost HALF of us are assuming we're awesome at making out, when, in reality, we're really, really not. So, knowing that, how do we make the most out of our kissable lips?

You'd be surprised how encouraging that is for either sex."And if you're feeling animalistic, Frances says that you can definitely convey feel-good emotions by gently "mmm-ing" in delight or even purring, like a cat does when you pet her.

Though they seem basic, it sounds like these that absolutely let your guy or girl know you're into what they’re doing and that you want them to keep going."One of the other things I love to do," says Frances, "is to put my hands on a man's chest and at first, it kind of seems like I'm pushing him away, but if you push just lightly it lets him know that you're really enjoying where things are going."And if you want to play it up, "You can dig your nails in (gently!

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