Dating gives people the chance to get to know each other informally with the goal of potentially creating a lifelong relationship.

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Relationships This is the preparation material for an English Conversation Lesson about friendships, marriage and other relationships.

Watch a video outlining tips for successful relationships; learn useful vocabulary; discover some common phrasal verbs that we use when discussing relationships and learn how to answer the most commonly asked questions on this subject.

The main point of dating someone is to get to know that person better, so you can decide if the two of you have long-term potential.

The best way to do that is by having plenty of good conversations, so you can learn how your date thinks and feels about the things that are important to you.

You also want to find out a little about your would-be mate's history and current interests.

Without knowing what to ask or say, you could spend weeks or months with someone that isn't right for you.

Keep reading ยป Have you ever had trouble finding something to talk about with someone you're dating?

The evening can get a little awkward when the conversation runs dry, so it helps to keep a few topics in mind to keep the date moving along.

That's why it's so important to steer some of your conversations to topics that will help you find the answers you seek.

Describing people is attractive has a lot in common with me has lots of money/wealth has a high level of education is interesting/creative is patient has good communication skills has a sense of humour has a good family background has the same ethnic background is open with his/her feelings has a good sense of fashion is outgoing/sociable has a positive outlook in life is open-minded is easy-going Tags: conversation, EFL, English, englishwithjo, ESL, foreign language, friendship, Grammar, internet, jo gillan, joanna gillan, Learn, learning, Lessons, marriage, neighbour, neighbours, Online, relationship, relationships, second language, Vocabulary, work This entry was posted on Tuesday, May 15th, 2012 at am and is filed under Conversation Lessons.

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