Going on a date with a handsome man who doesn’t understand a word of your native language? Or do you dream of an unforgettable vacation in another country? So that a date with a foreigner does not turn into a school dialogue-acquaintance or a story about yourself, take into service special phrases for dating and flirting. We will tell you how to keep up a conversation with the object of your sympathy in English.

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5 phrases to get to know each other first

  1. Hello! Excuse me, Im traveling alone and it’s my second day here. Maybe you could show me the town? – Hello! I’m sorry, I’m traveling alone and this is my second day here. Could you show me the city?
  2. You look like you might be interested in some great conversation. “May I interest you in a great conversation?”
  3. Would you like to join us? – Do you want to join us?
  4. Do you come here often? – Do you often come here?
  5. I fell in love with this song! Do you know what it is? “I just fell in love with this song. You don’t know what it is?

5 ways to find out if it’s free

  1. Are you seeing anybody lately? – Are you dating someone?
  2. I just haven’t met the right person I guess. you? “I didn’t meet my man, I think. And you?
  3. Are you dating anyone/Are you married? Are you dating anyone/Are you married?
  4. Are you single? – Are you in a relationship?
  5. How are you still single? How is it that you are still single?
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5 phrases to agree to a date

  1. sure. I’d like that. – Sure, with pleasure.
  2. Yes. I’d love to go out to dinner. Yes, I would like to have dinner together.
  3. sure. My number is … – Of course, my number …
  4. That sounds good. – Good offer.
  5. I’d love to! – With pleasure!

5 phrases to keep the conversation interesting

  1. How do you like Kiev? Have you seen much of our city? – How do you like Kyiv? Have you seen anything in our city?
  2. What do you like to do in your free time? – What do you like to do in your free time?
  3. I am interested in cooking/blogging/cycling/drawing/knitting…
  4. Do you play any sports? – Do you do any sports?
  5. Have you read any good books lately? Have you read any good books lately?
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5 goodbye phrases

  1. Thanks for the nice evening. – Thank you for a pleasant evening.
  2. That was a lot of fun. Thanks again for dinner. – It was a lot of fun. Thanks again for dinner.
  3. I had a great time. I hope we can do this again some time. – I had a wonderful time. Hopefully we can do it again sometime.
  4. Have a good trip! – Bon Voyage!
  5. Give me a call! – Call me!
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5 phrases for polite refusal

  1. That’s very flattering, but no thank you. “That’s very flattering, but no, thanks.
  2. Thank you, but I’d prefer if we just remained friends. Thank you, but I would like to remain friends.
  3. Thank you, but I have a boyfriend. Thanks, but I have a boyfriend.
  4. My boyfriend is going to be here any minute! – My boyfriend is coming!
  5. I really have to go, sorry. Maybe next time. “I really need to run. Maybe next time.

Spoken English. Popular colloquial phrases in English (Video)

Author: TALKNFUN TV

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