This kissing vocabulary lesson will help you use the words lip, kiss, cheek, peck, passionate, affection, smooch, smacker and pout, correctly.

(a) lip  noun  one of the two soft, red parts of the mouth

  • Their lips were about to meet for the first time.


kiss  verb  to touch someone with your lips as a sign of love or greeting

  • They kissed for the first time – wow!


(a) cheek  noun  the soft part of your face below your eyes

  • She put her hands on his cheeks and then kissed him.


(a) peck  noun  a quick light kiss on your cheek

  • She gave him a quick peck on the check then flew away.


passionate  adjective  showing very strong feelings or emotions

  • The way he held and kissed her showed that he was a very passionate man.


affectionate  adjective  showing that you like or love someone or something

  • He gave him an affectionate kiss.


smooch  verb  to kiss, hold, and touch someone in a sexual way

  • Five minutes after they met they were smooching.


(a) smacker  noun  a loud kiss

  • The smacker he gave her was heard by everyone in the bar.


pout  verb  to push out your lips to look more sexually attractive

  • Her pouting was not noticed so she gave up.


Now watch the video lesson and then do the kissing vocabulary exercise