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Vocabulary Lists Must-Know Valentineโ€™s Day Vocabulary

Must-Know Valentineโ€™s Day Vocabulary

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sweet (adj)
The candy is very sweet.
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candy (n)
The candy is very sweet.
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present (n)
And this is your birthday present.
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girlfriend (n)
boyfriend (n)
rose (n)
The man is about to give roses to his girlfriend.
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Valentine's Day (n)
Valentine's Day, celebrated February 14th, is a day set aside to honor love and affection. Established by Pope Gelasius I in 496 AD, legend says it is named after a third century Christian martyr who continued marrying couples during a ban imposed by Roman emperor Claudius II.
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love (v)
red (adj)
pink (adj)
chocolate (n)
romance (n)
Romeo and Juliet is a well-known romance story.
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kiss (n)
hug (v)
teddy bear (n)
date (n)
candy heart
Valentine's card (n)
heart (n)
bouquet (n)
Cupid (n)
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Monday at 3:03 pm
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Hey Listeners! Want to learn more about Valentine’s Day in America? Check out this American English Video Lesson:

Video Culture Class: American Holidays #17 - Valentine’s Day
https://www.englishclass101.com/2014/02/28/video-culture-class-american-holidays-17-valentines-day/

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Thank you for video,
Valentine’s Day wasn’t known in my country before. Now it’s commerrcialised holiday . Couples are presenting with flowers, cards, chocolate candies and other gifts. They like to spend Romantic time together.
Sweethearts are everywhere. Some people really like to celebrate This holiday. Have nice days, studentka Jitka.