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ESL Vocabulary Exercises: Getting Personal
Feel more relaxed and comfortable in casual conversations that aren't work-related. This section focuses on phrases that regularly come up in everyone’s personal life.

ESL Execise: Wedding Idioms 

  • shotgun wedding
  • without a hitch
  • cold feet
  • teary-eyed
  • one-of-a-kind
  • seal her fate
  • tie the knot
  • low-key
  • nerve-wracking
  • push the boat out
    Go to the Exercise
ESL Exercises: Love Collocations 

  • fall in love
  • lovebirds
  • unconditional love
  • unrequited love
  • love at first sight
  • happily ever after
  • one and only
  • Mr. Right
  • love triangle
  • made for each other
    Go to the Exercise
ESL Exercises: Wedding Collocations (2) 

  • wedding ceremony
  • pop the question
  • bridal gown
  • golden wedding
  • bridal shower
  • common-law partners
  • honeymoon
  • prenuptial agreement
  • wedding reception
  • silver wedding
    Go to the Exercise
ESL Exercies: Party Idioms top

  • take a rain check on
  • party pooper
  • in full swing
  • life and soul of the party
  • go Dutch
  • rub shoulders with
    Go to the Exercise
ESL Exercises: Love/Attraction Idioms top

  • puppy love
  • lovebirds
  • be an item
  • old flame
  • sweep her of her feet
  • lose my heart to
    Go to the Exercise
ESL Exercises: Family Idioms (2) top

  • empty nesters
  • bring home the bacon
  • out of wedlock
  • sow wild oats
  • fly the coop
  • rite of passage
  • close-knit
    Go to the Exercise
ESL Exercises: Family Idioms top

  • a chip off the old block
  • make ends meet
  • black sheep
  • it takes two to tango
  • run in the family
  • my own flesh and blood
  • rules the roost
  • keep a tight rein on
    Go to the Exercise
ESL Exercises: Family Collocations top

  • upbringing
  • nuclear family
  • foster parents
  • child-rearing
  • extended family
  • heirloom
  • breadwinner
  • kinship
    Go to the Exercise
ESL Exercises: Wedding Collocations top

  • pay a dowry
  • bachelor party
  • best man
  • maid of honor
  • newlyweds
  • exchange vows
  • arranged marriages
    Go to the Exercise
ESL Exercises: Party and Entertainment Phrasal Verbs  top



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 Summary
ESL Execise: Wedding Idioms
ESL Exercises: Love Collocations
ESL Exercises: Wedding Collocations (2)
ESL Exercies: Party Idioms
ESL Exercises: Love/Attraction Idioms
ESL Exercises: Family Idioms (2)
ESL Exercises: Family Idioms
ESL Exercises: Family Collocations
ESL Exercises: Wedding Collocations
ESL Exercises: Party and Entertainment Phrasal Verbs
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