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> Love and marriage 2
Love, Marriage, Romance, Flirting 2
WORDS YOU SHOULD KNOW:
TO ASK SOMEONE OUT
- to ask someone to go on a date with you; to ask someone (who you are attracted to) to meet you for a drink, coffee, etc.
- adj. flirtatious.
TO MAKE OUT
- to kiss passionately, etc.
TO BREAK UP
- to stop seeing each other; to end a (romantic) relationship.
1. I asked her out, but she turned me ________ (she said "no").
2. A ________ is something that one uses in bars as a way to start talking to someone.
pick me up line
pick up line
pick up truck
3. He thinks she is attractive. = He's got the ________ for her. (*very informal)
4. A person who likes to flirt is called a ________.
5. You see that cute girl over there? I've been trying to________ all night, but she still hasn't noticed me.
catch her eyes
catch her eye
catch her view
6. I just broke up with my girlfriend. I don't plan to start ________ again right away.
7. I have a ________ on my teacher. = I secretly like my teacher.
8. She's the kind of girl who will not ________ on the first date.
9. It wasn't a long-term relationship; it was only a ________ (a fun, short-term relationship).
10. Of course he likes you; he was blatantly __________ on you last night at the party!
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