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    Vocabulary: Love

    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!    





     To love  Beloved 
     His beloved  To be in love with 
     Loving Lovingly
     Tender/ tenderly   To adore/ adoration                    
     Adorable  To cherish 
     Passionate/ passionately                    A suitor/ an admirer
     To dote on sb Alluring/ appealing 

     To attract somebody

     To appeal to somebody    



     Tenderness                            Loving


     Alluring/ appealing                         Attractive 

     To attract sb

     To appeal to sb

     To be attracted to sb             

     To feel drawn to sb 

     Charm/ appeal  To captivate sb 
     To seduce Seduction 
     A seducer Seductive 
     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/

     An embrace 

      To caress/ fondle 

     To stroke sb's hand/

     sb's hair (to caress)

                           (hug tenderly=>

     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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