Vocabulary (Family and Relationships) 3
Complete each sentence with a word made from the words in capitals.
Jennifer finds it very difficult to form
They are having an
about whose turn it is to wash the dishes.
He felt a real
affection for he co-workers.
About fifty-five close friends and
attended the wedding.
Believe it or not, walking on eggshells is a sign of an
She seems to enjoy it when people ask her about her secret
People have become
to the suffering of others.
Young children often
married to a girl he had known since his schooldays.
When I met my husband, it was love at first
continuing to exist or to have an effect for a long time
an angry disagreement between people
showing affection and concern; affectionate
the fact of being or looking similar to somebody/something
likely to change or fail; not firmly established
sb. who is attracted to a particular person in a romantic way
having or showing no interest in somebody or something
to think that someone is perfect
in a happy way
the act of seeing something