What is more romantic than grammar? Probably a lot of things . . . but even Valentine’s Day is a way to practice grammar and learn some phrasal verbs! There are many phrasal verbs and expressions related to dating, which is of course related to the holiday of love. Have you learned these phrasal verbs?
English Phrasal Verbs Related to Valentine’s Day
Ask (someone) out
Definition: To ask someone if he or she would like to go on a date with you.
Example: A guy from my Chemistry class asked me out.
Fall in love (with someone)
Definition: To develop strong emotions toward someone.
Example: He said he fell in love with her the minute he met her.
Go out (with someone)
Definition: To go on a date with someone.
Example: I am going out with Mike on Saturday.
Settle down (with someone)
Definition: To stop dating other people and begin a relationship with one person.
Example: He settled down with Sarah after they dated for a year.
Take (someone) out
Definition: To take someone on a date.
Example: I am taking my boyfriend out to sushi on Friday.
Can you use these in a sentence?