Thứ Hai, 14 tháng 12, 2020

Talking about Love, Dating and Marriage!

 Love, Dating & Marriage Vocabs!



I - LOVE VOCABULARIES



1. To flirt - a flirt /flɜːrt/




2. To have a crush on someone (phrase)




A crush


3. Will you like to go out with me? (phrase) -or- Would you like to go out with me?


4. Go Dutch /dʌtʃ/




5. To admire (verb) - An admirer (noun) /ədˈmaɪərər/


6. Stalk (v) - a stalker


7. Be Mine (phrase)


8. To be into something/ someone


ex:


I'm into you


Are you into me?


9. Bouquet (noun) /buˈkeɪ/




10. Candlelit dinner (noun phrase) /ˈkændllɪt/




11. Darling (noun)


love/ babe/ sweetheart


angel/ honey/ my everything/ sweetie


cutey pie/ honey bunny


12. To fall in love (phrase)


13. Love at first sight


14. To be lovesick (adjective)


15. To find Mr Right


16. To be crazy about someone


17. to court someone


18. to woo someone




19. To ask someone out


20. Go out = Hang out


21. Get together


22. Get to know


23. Get along


24. Meet through a friend


25. Treat


26. Invite


27. Break up = Split up




28. Have a fight




29. To make up


30. To play hard to get


31. To dump someone


32. Matchmaker /ˈmætʃmeɪkər/




33. Fall for = fall in love


34. Be attracted to


35. Have a lot in common


36. Be interested in


37. To stand someone up




38. Puppy love


Practice speaking by answering these following questions:


1. Have you ever had a crush on someone?


2. Do you “go Dutch” when dating? Do you think a boy should pay for everything on a date?


3. Have you ever been on a “blind date” before?


4. Do you believe in “love at first sight”? Have you ever loved someone at first sight?


5. Does your first love still hold a special place in your heart?


6. Do you like to have boy friend or girl friend in your school or in your classes/ office...?


7. Do you think it is okay for a couple to live together before getting married? Why or Why not?


8. Why do people break up with their partners in your opinion?


9. Do you think it is okay to marry someone of a different race/ religion/ country?


10. Will you marry someone of another nationality?


11. Do you want to have an international marriage?


12. Do you think it is more difficult to marry someone from a different country?


13. Do you think that it is good for children to have parents from two different countries? Why? Why not?


14. How long do you think couples should know each other before they get married?


II - DATING VOCABULARIES



1. Cute


2. Charming /ˈtʃɑːrmɪŋ/


3. Fun (a)/ (noun) He’s a fun guy - I really have a good time with him/ Have fun, guys!


4. Funny (a) He’s funny - He makes me laugh


5. Good looking


6. Pretty


7. gorgeous /ˈɡɔːrdʒəs/


8. Handsome


9. Hot


10. In shape


11. Smart - know a lot of things


12. Clever - learn something quick


13. Caring


14. Thoughtful /ˈθɔːtfl/


15. Considerate


16. Good sense of humor - GSOH


17. To pop the question (phrase) / to propose (verb) / to get down on one knee (phrase)




18. To be in a serious relationship/ to have a serious relationship


19. Date (v) A date - Go on a date


20. Partner (Boyfriend/ Girlfriend)


21. Online dating




22. Blind date




23. Double date




24. Lover


25. Long Distance Relationship





Practice speaking by answering these following questions:


1. Describe the person you would like to date?


2. Will you date someone you really like but your parents don’t like him or her?


3. Will you introduce your date to your family?


And when should you introduce your boyfriend or girlfriend to your parents?

  • When you begin dating
  • After you have been together for a while
  • Only when the relationship is serious?
  • Why?

4. Would you prefer to go out with a quiet or a talkative person?


5. What do you think about dating a friend's ex-girlfriend or ex-boyfriend?


6. If your boyfriend/girlfriend dated your close friend, what would you do?


Common dates


1. Go for a coffee


2. Go for a drink


3. Grab a bite to eat


4. Go for a meal


5. Go out to eat


6. Eat out


7. Catch a movie


8. Check out a museum


9. Celebrate an anniversary


10. Kiss


11. French kiss




12. Hug


13. Cuddle




14. Hold hands


Practice speaking by answering these following questions:


1. How often do you like to go out on dates?


2. What are some popular places to go on a date?


3. What do you like to talk about on a date?


4. What kind of clothes do you wear on a date?


5. Do you think it is okay for couples to kiss in public?


III - MARRIAGE VOCABULARIES


1. Better half or other half (Husband/ Wife)


2. Have an affair




3. Married/ Single/ To get divorced


4. To get engaged (phrase)


5. Engaged (adjective)


Engagement ring (noun)


6. Fiancé (noun) - fiancée


7. To tie the knot




8.To tie the knot


9. Shotgun wedding


Practice speaking by answering these following questions:


1. If your husband or wife has an affair what would you do?


2. At what age do you want to get married?


3. If your parents do not approve of a person you love and want to marry, would that be a difficult situation for you? Why or why not?


4. Which guy/girl do you choose? a poor but the one you love or a rich but you don’t love


5. If you had to choose to live with someone who truly loves you but you don't love him back or to live alone for a rest of your life loving someone that doesn't love you who would you choose?


6. What are some qualities that you think are important in a spouse or partner?


7. What do you think of same-sex marriages?


8. What do you think of single mothers?


9. Where do you want to go for your honeymoon?


10. Which is more important for you, your job or your marriage?


11. Would you live with your parents after you get married?


12. Would you marry someone ten years older than you? How about ten years younger than you?


13. Do you want a husband or wife who is older, younger or the same age as you?


14. Do you want to have children? If so, how many?

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