IELTS Speaking Flashcards – Relationship

Task 2: Part 2 Long Turn
Describe a person you are very close to. You should say:
– who this person is
– when you met them
– where you met them
and say what it is about them that you like so much.

Task: Part 3 Discussion
Work with other students and discuss the following questions:
– Which time of our lives do we often form our closest friendships?
– What do you think is the ideal time to get married?
– Is it important to keep in contact with our friends when we’re in a
relationship?

Suggested Vocabulary:

to break up
to drift apart
to enjoy someone’s company
to fall for
to fall head over heels in love
to fall out with
to get on like a house on fire
to get on well with
to get to know
to go back years
to have a lot in common
to have ups and downs
a healthy relationship
to hit it off
to be in a relationship
to be just good friends
to keep in touch with
to lose touch with
love at first sight
to pop the question
to see eye to eye
to settle down
to strike up a relationship
to tie the knot
to be well matched
to work at a relationship

 

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