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The Top 3 English Romantic, expressions to make your loved one swoon.
In the video lesson above we look at three general romantic expressions phrases that are used in English. These phrases come from the three words:
Is the the first social occasion you have with someone that you like romantically.
to date (someone), to have a date means, to go out with (someone); to have a rendezvous, an appointment, a meeting; to have company, an escort
We dated last year, but I split up with her when I found out she used to be a man.
Philip has three dates with three different women this week. He is taking them all to the same restaurant, but on different days.
Susie is my date tonight: I’m meeting Susie tonight (probably romantically)
a date: a specific day in a specific month (for example 21st October, 5th May)
Would you like to go out?
On a date?
Yes, I really like you and I would like to get to know you better.
Would Friday be a good day for you, about 8pm?
Yes that would be great.
Can I take your number to call you for the arrangements?
Sure, it’s 06479 887493
Great! Thank you.
Thank you, see you .
See you soon! I’m really looking forward to it.
If you flirt with someone, you are being playful with them because you’re attracted to them and you want to show that you like them. You can flirt in a few different ways: by speaking, smiling, laughing and body language. Flirt is a typical romantic expression that is used frequently in native English conversation.
- Look at Claire flirting with Pierre.
- It’s so obvious she likes me.
- Are you flirting with me?
- Wow! He’s such a flirt!
To have a crush on someone is when you really, really, like them A LOT and that you want them to be your romantic partner.
Examples of this in use.
Stop looking at him! You can’t fool me …
I can see you have a huge crush on him.
I’m so crushing on Jane.
I’m so into him / her.
I really fancy him.
What is Small talk?
Small talk is the type of English language that we use to make polite conversation about unimportant or uncontroversial matters. There are many romantic expressions that are weaved into Small talk almost very subtly.
Small talk is often used in English as a way to either open conversation, build bridges between awkward silences in conversation, or as an attempt to remove any awkward feelings or emotions that could or are affecting either or any parties in the conversation.
Small talk is not just a device for conversational language but one that also utilises the culture of politeness within the English language.
Examples of Small talk from the video lesson:
Shall we = Is a verbal invitation. In this case to drink the drinks.
Let’s = A verbal agreement. In this case. Let’s drink our drinks.
English love expressions:
You may hold my hand for a while, but you hold my heart forever.
You are my sole mate.
You mean more to me than you will ever know.
English love vocabulary – Romantic Expressions
propose – an offer of engagement
cheers! – a word used to toast a beverage with another person
admirer – someone who esteems or respects or approves
adoringly – to like someone / something with immense (huge amounts of) love
affectionate – readily feeling or showing fondness or tenderness.
devoted – very loving and / or loyal to someone or something
ecstatic – feeling or expressing overwhelming happiness or joyful excitement
fidelity – faithful to a person, cause or belief, demonstrated by continuing loyalty and support.
gaily – to do something in a happy or joyous manner
idolatry – the worship of objects or images as gods