Love story, czyli jak opowiedzieć o romantycznym związku po angielsku
chat sb up – talk to sb in a friendly because you are attracted to them
be your type – be someone with the qualities that you find attractive
hit it off / hit it off with sb – form a good relationship on first meeting
be crazy about sb / be mad about sb – be very much in love with sb
put yourself in sb’s shoes / put yourself in sb’s place – imagine you are in the same situation
fall in love / fall in love with sb /fall for sb – start to love each other
for good – for ever
think the world of sb – feel great love or affectionfor sb
come between people – cause an argument or difficulty between people
break up / break up with sb / split up / split up with sb – stop having a relationship
split people up – cause two people to stop having a relationship
Vocabulary in use:
Mary was very flattered when Mark started chatting her up at a party because she didn’t think she would be his type. But they really hit it off, and then started seeing each other a lot. Mark fell in love for Mary at the first sight. Mary was also crazy about him. Unfortunetely Mary could feel that Mark’s mother thinks the world of him and tries to do everything to come between them to split them up. But they didn’t breake up. When Mary tried to put herself in his mother’s shoes, she understood that his mother probably thought that she was losing her son for good. Mary was very patient, she found the solution and after some time they became friends.
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