Dating and relationship idioms - Spoken English Lesson ( Vocabulary)
A very common topic in IELTS speaking is to describe someone you know. These relationship idioms in the lesson by Rachna should help you do this better. In this English speaking lesson there are quite a few ( English Vocabulary) explained here and you certainly don’t need to know them all and we suggest you simply choose the ones that you like and feel confident using. Pay attention look at the examples as it is important that you can use these phrases for yourself.
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