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At this time of the year, when we HAVE TO BE MORE POSITIVE than ever and deal with "key-values", and because I was told this lesson is my 500th on this site, (x 2 if you consider the British editions on www.tolearnenglish.com,) we are here going to revise the vocabulary of Romantic LOVE, thus hoping to be able to use it very often, this year... Words DO matter!
|His beloved||To be in love with|
|Tender/ tenderly||To adore/ adoration|
|Passionate/ passionately||A suitor/ an admirer|
|To dote on sb||Alluring/ appealing|
To attract somebody
To appeal to somebody
To attract sb
To appeal to sb
To be attracted to sb
To feel drawn to sb
|Charm/ appeal||To captivate sb|
|To desire||Desire/ desirable|
|A boyfriend/ girlfriend||To go out with sb|
|To have a date with sb||To be going steady|
|To court/ woo sb||An affair/ a love affair|
|Her lover||His mistress|
|A flirtation/ to flirt with sb||To be flirtatious|
|To kiss sb/ to give a kiss||To hug sb|
To embrace sb/
|To caress/ fondle|
To stroke sb's hand/
sb's hair (to caress)
To cuddle sb
to give sb a cuddle
|Dear/ dearest||"Darling"/ "Yes my darling"|
|"Yes, honey!"||"Yes, sweetheart!"|
To be drawn to A hug...
- to fall in love with somebody
- it was love at first sight!
- to be crazy about/ to be wild about/ to be mad about...
- to become infatuated with somebody (having a foolish or excessive admiration for someone)
- to take a fancy to somebody
- to be keen on
- to have a soft spot for somebody (a sentimental fondness)
Let's make "words matter"! Good luck for the test and thanks for working with me...
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