Even though body language can help you determine whether or not a man is into you, his words can be just as helpful. That's why you should pay attention to the things that he says and the way that he says them. They might just show you how much he likes you. If you're not sure what to look out for, here are a few verbal clues that suggest he's into you:
It doesn't matter if he walks up to you in person or texts you first thing in the morning. If he's always the one starting your conversations, then it means that he enjoys talking to you. If he didn't care about you, then he wouldn't have a problem waiting for you to initiate the conversation, now would he?
Women love to hear their name, and men love to say their crush's name. That's why you shouldn't worry if he doesn't have a cute nickname for you like "baby" or "honey." It's actually better if he addresses you by your real name. It shows that he remembers who you are and likes who you are.
Some men are blunt, and will tell blatantly dirty jokes in their attempt to seduce a woman. Other men will subtly try to get her mind on sex (or at least on kissing him). That's why he'll use suggestive words in conversation that'll make you think of pushing him up against a wall.
No one actually talks on the phone anymore. If your crush insists on calling you to hear your voice, then there's a huge chance that he likes you. Texting doesn't take much effort, but talking to you on the phone can take up hours. If he's willing to spend that time on you, then you hold a special place in his heart.
When you tell a random story about your latest shopping trip, does he just nod to show that he's listening, or does he actually contribute to the conversation? If he tries hard to keep that conversation going, then it means he wants you to stick around. The same idea applies to texting. If he always responds with a paragraph instead of "k," then it means he wants your conversation to continue, which is a very good sign.
Men don't realize it, but when they speak to the women they like, their voices get deeper. It might be difficult to notice the change in his pitch, but it's possible if you pay attention.
You aren't always going to be one-on-one with your crush. If you're hanging out with a group of people, pay attention to who he's talking to the most. If he always directs his words toward you, even though there are a handful of others around, it suggests that he likes you the best. He wants your attention, and your attention only.