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Relationship Verbs

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A few weeks ago I wrote a lesson about relationship idioms.
This lesson is a bit simpler and focuses on some of the verbs we often use when talking about relationships.

Try and put the correct verb in each sentence.

Be careful though, make sure you put the verb in the correct tense!
Lesson by Caroline Devane


  • 1. We for hours last night. It was horrible.
  • 2. I hope my boyfriend asks me to him but I don't think he will. He's afraid of commitment.
  • 3. When I was younger, I lots of different types of people.
  • 4. I always my boyfriend on the cheek before he goes to work.
  • 5. I really him, but I don't think I'm ready for a relationship yet.
  • 6. I knew I my husband, the first time I saw him.
  • 7. I alway my friends when I see them, and have since I was a teenager.