Valentines Day vocabulary

Expand your vocabulary and practice
calendar
calendar
champagne
champagne
couple
couple
cupid
cupid
diamond ring
diamond ring
doves
doves
gift
gift
heart lock
heart lock
holding hands
holding hands
just married
just married
love letter
love letter
love message
love message
love song
love song
proposal
proposal
romantic dinner
romantic dinner

Valentines Day exercise (Multiple choice)

1.
just married

2.
love message

3.
gift

4.
calendar

5.
champagne

Valentines Day exercise

1.
holding hands

2.
champagne

3.
gift

4.
love message

5.
love letter

6.
proposal

7.
just married

8.
doves

9.
couple

10.
heart lock

11.
calendar

12.
cupid

Information or Use Cases (Usage examples)

Mr. Oscar: How’s your feeling now?

Mrs. Sofia: what should I feel? We just got married and released the doves. Nothing is happier than this after we struggled from LDR(Long Distance Relationship). It feels like just yesterday I wrote love letters on my diary or sent you love messages online.

Mr. Oscar: Yeah, Me too. I can remember how i prepared my proposal for you at the restaurant where cupid first fired his arrows to us. I asked to the waiter to put diamond ring into your champagne. I also asked to the singer there to sing love song and gave you a gift from me. I was really nervous and excited at that time.

Mrs. Sofia : Thanks so much for everyhing you did for me, honey!

Mr. Oscar: You’re welcome. I also thank you for holding my hands all this time. Let’s be happy couple till the heaven.

Mrs. Sofia : Okay!

Mr. Oscar: But now, let’s go for honeymoon. Don’t you want to put this heart lock on Namsan Tower, do you? I have seen the calendar! It will be our first valentine’s day together as husband and wife.

Mrs. Sofia : Oh, honey! You are so sweet. Thanks. I love you much.

Mr. Oscar: I love you much more.

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