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Kelly: Could you recommend anywhere nice to eat around here?
It’s Valentine’s Day, but Ashlie doesn’t have that special someone.
Stephen tries to help her find Mr Right – but the road to true love is never smooth!
Meanwhile, Amandeep does meet one happy couple, and Word on the Street are guests on a very special day – their wedding!It was a chilly afternoon in early December and I was waiting to board a ferry to Seattle; my whole body tingling in nervous anticipation.I was going to spend a weekend with a man I’d met through mutual friends.We’d known each other for about a year, but over the past month our conversations had become increasingly frequent and intimate.I’d told him things that I don’t normally share with other people.You should be careful when looking for love online because you never know to whom you are writing.Listen to the words below and consult a dictionary if you need a definition.TO ASK SOMEONE OUT - to ask someone to go on a date with you; to ask someone (who you are attracted to) to meet you for a drink, coffee, etc. TO BREAK UP - to stop seeing each other; to end a (romantic) relationship.Write a sample sentence for each word to learn how it is used in context. Is the public show of affection (e.g., holding hands, etc.) considered appropriate in your culture? What are the main causes of marital problems leading to divorce?Describe a typical date in your country: Where to people meet? Use the Internet to find information on similarities and differences between cultures on these questions.