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Relationships and dating


Lesson code: 7FPD-E5LA-P41L INTERMEDIATE
British English

1 Relationship events
Match the words to the pictures of romantic events.

a break-up a date a honeymoon


an anniversary a proposal a wedding

1. 2. 3.

4. 5.
6.

2 People in relationships
Make pairs with the words below and then match them to their definitions.

1. a bride a boyfriend ⇒ a couple that are going out


2. a girlfriend a fiancé ⇒ a couple who have officially agreed to get married
3. a fiancée a groom ⇒ a couple on their wedding day
4. a wife a husband ⇒ a married couple
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3 Dating
Choose the correct prepositions to complete the sentences.

for on out up with

1. When Frank saw Denise he went to chat her .


2. Adam wants to ask Laura, but he's not sure if she likes him.
3. Beatrice is going a date with a colleague.
4. Damien was flirting Ella all night.
5. Carl has fallen Jasmine. He calls her every day.

4 Relationship status
Match the relationship statuses to the sentences.

1. divorced
2. in a relationship
3. married
4. single
5. widowed

a. Celia's husband died several years ago.


b. Isabella just celebrated her fifth wedding anniversary.
c. Karolina has been with Kristoff for over three years.
d. Tom decided to end his marriage to Anna a few years ago.
e. Valerie doesn't want to be in a relationship.

5 Describing relationships
Choose the correct adjective to complete each sentence.

casual healthy long-distance


long-term serious strong

1. Philip doesn't like commitment. He prefers to have relationships.


2. Suzy and Fred often spend time apart with their friends. They have a relationship.
3. Erin and Michael are in a relationship. They live hundreds of miles apart.
4. Tristan wants to make the relationship more . He's going to propose to his girlfriend.
5. Irene and Chris have been together for over 10 years. They are in a relationship.
6. Brenda and Paul's relationship is . They always trust each other.
Now create your own sentences using the above adjectives + `relationship'.
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6 Relationship problems
Match the underlined words to their definitions below.

1. Emily and John often fight but they always make up. They can't stay angry at each other.
2. Henrik and Elsa split up because they live in different countries.
3. Alice didn't cheat on her husband, but he thought she was lying.
4. Graeme and Amelia have started to grow apart. They don't have much in common.
5. Tamara decided to dump her boyfriend because he never spent any time with her.
6. Raj and Heather are still married, but that have decided to separate.

a. to become less close in a relationship


b. to end a romantic relationship
c. to forgive someone after an argument
d. to have sex with someone that is not your partner
e. to stop living with your partner
f. to suddenly end a romantic relationship with someone (informal)

7 Homework
Think about a couple, for example a famous couple or two people you know. Write about their
relationship history using vocabulary from the worksheet.

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1- Relationship events

Students can work alone and check answers in pairs.


1. a proposal 2. an anniversary 3. a break-up
4. a date 5. a wedding 6. a honeymoon

2- People in relationships

1. a bride a groom ⇒ a couple on their wedding day


2. a girlfriend a boyfriend ⇒ a couple that are going out
3. a fiancée a fiancé ⇒ a couple who have officially agreed to get married
4. a wife a husband ⇒ a married couple

3- Dating

Students can work in pairs and check answers with the teacher.
1. up 2. out 3. on 4. with 5. for

4- Relationship status

Students can work alone and check in pairs.


1. d 2. c 3. b 4. e 5. a

5- Describing relationships

Students can work in pairs and check answers with the teacher.
1. casual 2. healthy 3. long-distance
4. serious 5. long-term 6. strong

6- Relationship problems

1. c 2. b 3. d 4. a 5. f 6. e

7- Homework

Encourage students to use diverse vocabulary in their writing.


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