Dating and relationships are two topics that people want to talk about all the time.
There are few things more interesting than your best friend's new boyfriend or girlfriend!
Partner Your "partner" is a person you are in a romantic relationship with.
That person can be called a partner whether they are male or female.
Crush If you have a crush on someone, that means that you are very attracted to them but you are not in a relationship with them.
A "crush" can be a thing that you have and it can also be the noun used to describe someone that you have a crush on.
That’s because you probably aren’t satisfied by just knowing the basic ways of using your English.
as well as the conversations and jokes you share with your closest friends and peers are probably often about sex, relationships, etc.
But if they’re not, there’s still going to be a ton of takeaways for you in this lesson. 70 words and expressions relating to dating, relationships and other related vocabulary.
Something you should keep in mind is that many of these terms are informal and even slang, and therefore you should be careful with whom you use this vocabulary.
Also, some words and expressions might objectify women, so be be prudent with the context and ALWAYS respect women.
In this lesson, you will learn all of the words you need to speak about dating, relationships and love in English.
Whether you want to talk about these topics with friends, family or coworkers, these words will be useful for you.
Boyfriend "Boyfriend" is the word that describes someone that you are dating who is male.
Girlfriend"Girlfriend" is the word that describes a girl who you are dating.
A very common topic in IELTS speaking is to describe someone you know.
These relationship idioms in the lesson by Rachna should help you do this better.