Practise using phrasal verbs for relationships
Look at these phrasal verbs and definitions. When you think you can remember them, click to hide the words and then practise using them.
|ask sb out||to say "would you like to go to the cinema/a restaurant...?"
to say "would you like to be my boyfriend/girlfriend?"
|go out (with sb)||to go on a date (to the cinema/a restaurant...) with sb
to be sb's boyfriend/girlfriend
|get on (with sb)||to like sb and talk easily|
|fall out (with sb)||to argue and stop being friends|
|break up (with sb)||to stop being boyfriend/girlfriend|
|make up (with sb)||to be friends (or boyfriend/girlfriend) again after falling out|
|chat sb up||to flirt with sb (talk to sb as if you are attracted to them)|
Note: sb = somebody.
Complete these sentences using just one word. Make sure you use the correct form of the verb (ask /asked / asking ...)