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Love is in the Air
Game Code: 70609
Phrasal verbs, phrases and idioms related to love
The experience of starting to be in love with someone as soon as you see them for the first time.
love at first sight
To have a look at someone in order to find out information about them
You make an effort to be brave enough to do something despite feeling nervous about it.
to pluck up the courage
Talking to someone you don't know very well in a friendly way because you are attracted to them
To invite someone to come with you to a place such as the cinema or a restaurant, especially as a way of starting a romantic relationship
Ask somebody out
To share interests, experiences, or other characteristics with someone
To have (a lot) in common
A couple perfectly matched
Made for each other
To be completely in love with someone, typically a new romantic partner.
To fall head over heels in love
Phrasal verb: to have a romantic relationship with someone
Go out with someone
To have an argument
have a row
To start a relationship with somebody again, especially a romantic relationship, after having finished a previous relationship with the same person.
Get back together
To propose to someone (2 expressions)
To get down on one knee / to pop the question
To get married
To tie the knot
When people are annoyed or angry with you you are...
in the doghouse
When a relationship is experiencing very severe difficulties and looks likely to end very soon, it is...
on the rocks
The person you're engaged to be married to (2 forms)
If two or more people get along, they like each other and are friendly to each other
get on (well)
To no longer communicate with someone
to lose touch
In informal English, to suddenly end a romantic relationship you have been having with someone
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