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Idiomatic Expressions                                      

Relationships and Love

Created by Malgorzata Kosior with the assistence of Vournoukas Dimitrios (a student at Perrotis College, AFS, Thessaloniki, Greece)

Based on www.idiomconnection.com where you can find idiomatic expressions grouped into categories.

Crossword Puzzle
 
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    1. to ……..and make up – become friends again after a fight or argument

Example: After they have a fight, the couple is always very quick to ................... and make up.

    2. to break someone’s ……. – cause someone emotional pain
Example: The man broke his girlfriend's ................... when he told her that he was no longer in love with her.
    3. to be ………….. in – have a romantic interest in someone and possibly want to date that person
Example: My sister has been ..................... in one of the students in her university biology class for many months now.
     4to ……….. someone – end a relationship by telling someone that you don't want to see him or her
Example: The woman ......................-ed her bofriend after they began to have many fights.
 
 
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     5. to get …….. – get married
Example: My sister and her boyfriend surprised everyone by suddenly getting ............................. last weekend.
     6. to ……….. up – two people in a relationship decide to end their relationship
Example: My sister's daughter and her boyfriend decided to .................... up after being together for seven years.
      7. to get …………..  – decide to marry someone
Example: He got ............................... to his wife several years before they actually got married.
      8. to be …………. to – feel a physical or emotional attraction to someone
Example: I was .............................. to the woman at the party from the moment I first met her.
      9. to set a …….. – decide on a date for a wedding
Example: After thinking about marriage for a long time, they have finally decided to set a ...........................
 
 
 

 

 

 

       

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