Which of the 5 Love Languages Does Your Partner Speak?
By: Bri O.
About This Quiz
When it comes to communicating our love and affection to partners, it isn't always easy, and many end up having their love-related needs go unmet. Don't fall into this relationship trap! Play on to find out how to better connect with your partner!
If you needed to cancel a date last minute, how would your partner respond?
They'd need me to reassure them that they aren't the reason I cancelled the date.
They'd be pretty disappointed.
As long as I sent a surprise to make up for it, they'd be okay about it.
They'd probably feel better with some cuddling and hugging ASAP.
How often do you and your partner communicate?
We're in pretty much constant contact.
We communicate mainly when we're face-to-face, in-person.
We stay in touch via message mostly - they especially like good morning texts.
They aren't super verbal, but we communicate whenever we want/need to.
Would you say your partner is a "hugger?"
Yes, but they appreciate loving words just as much.
It depends on their mood.
They prefer to show affection in other ways.
Is your partner open to asking for your help?
Yes, they usually let me know if they need or want something of me.
Would you say your partner expects your undivided attention when you're together?
Not necessarily, but they'd appreciate it.
Definitely - I try my best to not be distracted.
No, but they do expect me to put in a certain amount of effort.
Sometimes, but it's not a constant expectation. They know I have my own life.
Who pays for dates?
It just depends on who can most afford to at the time.
We're a partnership so we pay for things together.
I try to as much as I can, because it's just something nice I can do for them.
How's your partner feel about P.D.A. (public displays of affection)?
I'm not sure - it's not something that's come up.
It's not something they're completely comfortable with.
I think they're okay with it when appropriate and mild, like a peck on the cheek to say good-bye or hello.
What would your partner prefer?
A thoughtful note to come home to
Do you feel like you and your partner speak the same love language?
I think we're pretty similar in that way, yeah.
Nope, we're much different.
It's possible, but I'm not sure.
How long have you and your partner been together?
How old is your partner?
Around the same age as me.
Have you said "I love you" to each other yet?
We're constantly saying it to each other.
Nah, I'm not sure they're into that sort of thing.
Not yet, but I think it might come up soon.
Are birthdays and holidays important to your partner?
Yes, because they get to be around loved ones.
Not really, but they still celebrate them.
Sure, they really enjoy the traditions.
Kinda, because those are usually fun times.
How often do y'all cuddle together?
They aren't big into cuddling, but we cuddle if I ask.
Whenever we are laying around doing nothing important.
Every time we see each other.
At what point in the relationship would it feel appropriate to move in together?
It could happen at any time.
We've already moved in together.
Probably after a year or so.
Not sure if that's going to happen anytime soon.
Do you ever rub your partner's shoulders or feet?
Yeah, but they don't ask me to very often.
I rub wherever my partner asks me to.
If you were on your cell phone while watching a movie with your partner, how would they feel?
They'd probably be on their phone too.
They'd probably end up feeling pretty frustrated with me.
They'd feel like I wasn't interested in hanging with them.
We usually ending up getting distracted by each other instead of watching the movie.
If you were to go on a walk together, would your partner enjoy holding hands?
Maybe, but they'd probably rather use their hands to talk or something.
For short parts of the walk, yeah.
Probably. unless it was really hot out.
Do you have any shared hobbies?
A few, but we both have our own interests.
Yes, and we've developed shared interests over the course of our relationship.
Not really, but I'm willing to try out anything they're interested in.
We have one major chemical interest in common.
Which would mean more to your partner...?
Helping out with errands or chores around their place
A deep-tissue, relaxing massage given by yours truly
Which would be most upsetting to your partner?
If I criticized them about something they are already insecure about.
If I spent no time with them and most of my time at work during a busy week.
If I forgot an important occasion, like their birthday or our anniversary.
If I neglected to kiss/hug them good-bye multiple times over a short period.
How would you describe your partner?
Which date scenario would your partner prefer...?
They'd prefer spending quality time together in a setting outside our home(s) which still affords enough privacy for intimate conversation.
Maybe taking some sort of cooking or pottery class together and then going home to engage in additional activities.
They'd prefer I plan out an elaborate display of my love for them. Maybe a scavenger hunt and home-cooked (by me) dinner date.
Going to see a movie at a luxury theater with couches/recliners that allow for eating popcorn, lounging, and cuddling.
If it were up to your partner, how often would you see each other?
No more than three days in a row, with the amount of time each day limited to under 5 hours.
Everyday, multiple hours a day.
Long enough to catch up on what's happening in each other's lives.
What might cause your partner to argue with you?
If I'm being cranky and say something unnecessary or unkind.
If I'm on Facebook when they're trying to talk to me.
If I forget to run an important errand they already reminded me about twice.
If we're around my parents for an extended amount of time and can't get any privacy.
How often do you and your partner argue?
Rarely - I try to go out of my way to remind them everything is okay.
Sometimes we fight quite a bit, sometimes not at all. It just depends on what's going on in our lives.
We fight frequently, but it's nothing too serious.
If your partner is upset, how do you comfort them?
I tell them that we'll figure it out and that I love them.
We just chill and I try to distract them.
I bring them comfort food or something else that will cheer them up.
They usually just want hugs and kisses.
As a couple, which does your partner enjoy more...?
Do you feel like your partner is committed to your relationship?
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