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What to do: I'm rubbish with words watch

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    So, quick run down of the situation.

    Final year at uni, final exams coming up. Met this girl in first year, on very first day on my course. Became friends instantly. She is lovely, but seemed a little too "wild" in her first year so I left it at friendship but I think she wanted more at the beginning.

    Fast forward to second year and she gets a boyfriend at home. Hardly sees him and always moaning about him. Still with him now, still moaning about him more than ever.

    Over the last year, I've grown more attracted to her. I've dropped little hints, but I'm awful with words. I think she's getting fed up of being told that I like her new haircut, her eyes are beautiful and whatever.

    The second problem is I'm at home over Easter, she is at home over Easter and will only be seeing her very briefly around the exams.

    Considering that we aren't going to be on the same course for too much longer, I really want to tell her my true feelings. Problem is I get nervous quite easily, so if I try this in person, it simply won't work as I'll come out with a load of rubbish.

    Any suggestions, considering I won't be seeing her for about four weeks?
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