The Zodiac Compatibility Quiz
By: Veronica Solomon
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About This Quiz
Love makes the world (and the cosmos) go round! For thousands of years, humans have turned to the heavens for guidance and wisdom on the big questions of life. And few questions are on our minds more than those dealing with matters of the heart. With this zodiac compatibility quiz, you'll see which elemental zodiac signs - earth, air, water and fire - you're most compatible with to get you closer to finding that special person who will make you thank your lucky stars. Do you connect with your partner through deep conversation? Or show affection through acts of services instead of whispering sweet nothings in your beloved's ear?
By pairing up with a compatible elemental sign, like fiery Aries and Leo or earthy Taurus and Virgo, you're much more likely to be on each other's wavelength and speak the same "love language." Although it's certainly not impossible for incompatible zodiac signs to have a relationship, it will probably require more effort and communication to make the relationship work. Even if you're taking this quiz just for fun, it can help you think on a higher level on what to look for in a partner that will make for a more loving, lasting relationship. Get ready to open up your heart to the power of the cosmos - you're only a click away from finding your compatible zodiac element!
What's your idea of a perfect date?
A concert where you both can sing and dance your hearts out
A swanky lounge where the drinks and conversation flow
A candlelit dinner with soft, sensual music
Kayaking. Not only is it fun but also great exercise!
Your partner wants a night out on the town. What's your response?
"As long as I can hear us talk, count me in."
"Maybe, depending on how I feel."
"I'd rather we stay in and watch a movie."
Your new partner got a job ... in a different country. Would you relocate with them if they asked?
Sure! Life is an adventure.
Maybe. I would have to think it through.
If my feelings tell me I should, then I will go.
What's your preferred method of electronic communication?
Social media. I like sharing my adventures with my family and friends.
Phone. There are fewer chances of misunderstanding when discussing thoughts and ideas.
FaceTime. I want to see the other person so I can pick up on their expressions and emotions.
Text. It's quick, efficient and practical.
When looking for a home, what's most important to you?
Location. I want to be close to bars, restaurants and shops.
Space. I need enough room for my fabulous dinner parties.
Quiet. My home needs to be peaceful and relaxing.
Affordability. If it's not in my budget, it's a pass.
Your stomach is growling - which of these restaurants would you prefer?
A hot new restaurant you both haven't been to
A gastropub where you can converse and socialize
A French bistro with an intimate table for two
A mom-and-pop restaurant with comforting, delicious food at reasonable prices
What makes you swoon when you're dating someone new?
Intellect and great conversation
Mystery and an emotional connection
It's your wedding day! Where are the nuptials taking place?
Las Vegas or NYC where you can party all night
A mountainside with breathtaking views
A beach or lake with tranquil, clear water
A church because it's traditional and classic
Your partner asks you if want kids someday. What do you say?
"Sure! As long as we get a babysitter so we can still do stuff."
"Maybe. I'm open to discussing it though."
"I'd love to have kids but only when I feel ready."
"I've always dreamed about having a family."
Where is the ideal location that you would like to live?
A high-rise condo in the city close to the action
A mid-century modern home with great entertaining space
A cottage that is steps away from the beach
A house with a garden out in the countryside
Your partner's new job has them working late in the night. How do you react to their long work days?
I don't like it, I want their attention on me!
As long as we keep in contact throughout the day, I'll be OK.
Empathize with what they're going through and try to comfort them
It doesn't bother me because I work a lot, too.
You have a new co-worker you can't stand. What don't you like about them?
Poor communication skills
You get into an argument with your partner. How does it make you feel?
Furious! (But secretly I like it because it makes things more passionate and exciting.)
I hate confrontation but love a good debate. Maybe I should be a lawyer?
It makes me feel sad and insecure. Let's kiss and make up already!
Let's keep a cool head here. Arguments are bound to happen in any relationship.
What's the most important thing when you're in a relationship?
How often do you need to hear "I love you" from your partner?
Often. Especially when we do something epic together!
A quick "I love you" text is good enough for me.
All the time. It makes me feel secure.
It's not so much what they say but what they do.
Congrats, you're starting a new business! What quality would your ideal business partner have?
Bold. I want someone who can take risks.
Intelligent. I want someone who can think on my level.
Passionate. I want someone who will really care about our business.
Hardworking. I want them to work as hard I as I do.
What is your favorite type of movie?
Action or comedy. If it's not exciting, I get bored easily.
Thriller or murder mystery. I enjoy figuring out what's going to happen next.
Romance or fantasy. I want to feel like I'm right there in the story.
A biography or documentary. It's entertaining AND informative - double win!
Your weekend is wide open. What activities would you like to do?
Rock climbing, mountain biking, dancing ... anything that makes me feel alive.
Reading, writing, team sports ... I enjoy working out my brain as well as my body.
Swimming, water aerobics, scuba diving ... being in the water calms me.
Gardening, pottery, baking ... I like working with my hands and being at home.
What is your best friend like?
Hilarious and never boring
Smart and easy to talk to
You're meeting a blind date for the first time. Where's the meeting spot?
Somewhere halfway between us
At a bookstore or cafe so it feels like the movies
Blind date? Sounds like a waste of time
Your boss comes into your office angry and yelling about a mistake made by your team. How do you react?
Diplomatically explain what happened.
Try not to cry because they hurt your feelings.
Accept responsibility and work extra hard.
Your week of vacation is coming up. Where are you going?
Paris for the museums and world-class restaurants
A relaxing cruise in the Caribbean Sea
Stay home to save money and catch up on chores
What kind of music do you like listening to most?
Time trip back to high school! Which of these after-school activities would you most likely be in?
I wasn't in any because I would rather hang out with friends.
Debate team. I'm pretty good at communicating my point and winning arguments.
Swim or row team. You should see my backstroke!
Tutoring. It fulfills my community service requirement and will look good on college applications.
Do you like trying new things?
Yes! Variety is the spice of life.
Sure, if others are trying it, too.
Sometimes. It depends on my mood.
Not really. I like what I like.
You're at a wedding and people start dancing at the reception. What do you do?
Join in - I love to dance.
People are dancing? Sorry, I was too busy talking.
Slow dance with my date for the romantic songs.
Count down when I can leave and go home
You need new clothes; how do you go about shopping for them?
Go on a shopping spree and end up spending more than you planned
Go shopping with friends to get their thoughts and help you make a decision
Browse thrift or vintage stores to find unique, sentimental pieces
Online ordering. Who has time to go to actual stores?
If you won the lottery, what would be the first thing you would buy?
A new car. The faster, the better.
A new wardrobe. I got to look my best now that I'm a millionaire.
A new boat. I'm ready to sail off into the sunset.
A new house. Real estate is a good investment.
When you were growing up, how would adults describe you?
Energetic. It was hard for me to sit still.
Clever. I could read at an eighth grade level in fourth grade.
Caring. I always shared my toys with others.
Mature. I got good grades and juggled babysitting jobs.
Which of these would be your biggest regret in life?
Not living life to the fullest
Not spending enough time with family and friends
Not being able to take care of my loved ones
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