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Vocabulary Lesson Love & Romance 1

English vocabulary lesson with words connected to love & romance. This lesson will help you define date, crush, Mr Right, fall in love, row, split up, chat up line, broken heart and jealous.

(A) date NOUN a romantic meeting
‘I still remember our first date – a visit to the zoo. Or was it a cafe?’


(A) crush NOUN a feeling of love for someone, often someone you know you cannot have a relationship with
‘She has had a crush on Ringo Starr since she was seven.’


(–) Mr Right UNCOUNTABLE NOUN a man who would be a perfect husband
‘Hands up who thinks that Cary Grant is the perfect Mr. Right?’


fall in love VERB to start to love someone
‘The best part of a relationship is when you first fall in love.’


(A) row NOUN an argument
‘We had our first row last night – but I won, so it is ok.’


split up VERB to end a romantic relationship
‘They split up after 15 years of marriage.’


(A) chat up line NOUN something that you say to someone to start a conversation with them because you want to have a romantic relationship with them
‘I am not very good at chat up lines. But your eyes are blue like, like, blue eyes.’


(A) broken heart NOUN to be very unhappy when a romantic relationship has finished
‘I have a broken heart – will I ever be happy again? Whooooooo!’


jealous ADJECTIVE angry because someone that you love is interested in another person
‘I am not jealous. But remember I cook your dinner.’


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