In this English lesson, we learn vocabulary and expressions about marital status and relationships.
We look at:
– Single (To be + single)
– Boyfriend and girlfriend (we don’t say ‘manfriend’ or ‘womanfriend’)
– To be + engaged (including related vocabulary such as propose vs. proposal)
– The difference between Fiancé and Fiancée
– To be + married (husband, wife, married vs. marriage)
– The difference between spouse and partner
– The wedding (bride vs. groom)
– To be married vs. To get married
– The idiom “a walk in the park”
– To divorce, to get a divorce, to get divorced
– Meaning of separated
– The difference between widow and widower
The complete lesson can be found here:
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