And when we do ask our love interest if he wants to have a relationship, it’s because we already kissed or at least gotten really close. There’s no such thing as DTR (Defining The Relationship) because exclusivity is implied.Once two people kiss while sober (French teenagers drink a lot, as it’s legal), they can already consider the other one as their boyfriend/girlfriend, and assume the relationship is going to be exclusive — there’s no need to define it.When they spend time alone together, the girl and the boy don’t go out for dinner, they just go for a walk or chill at home, which is really different from the formal dating process I see in American movies. We don’t ask people out, especially if we don’t know them well.When I was visiting California this summer, a cashier from Brandy Melville asked me out on a date while I was buying a t-shirt.
If you just met at a party, well, you kiss, and things evolve naturally.This can be a great thing because it’ll mean complete language immersion for you and opportunities to learn a language as people speak it in the real world and not just in the classroom. Check out our free placement test to see how your level measures up! You’ll have to spend time away One of the biggest struggles of being in a multi-cultural relationship (that’s right folks, it’s not all roses and bunny rabbits) is having to make the decision of where to live.If you’re from different cultures on opposite sides of the globe, at least one of you is going to have to make a hard choice about living far from your family for extended periods of time.Once we started dating, though, things changed fast. First off, while his English is quite good (his first language is Arabic), I’m an English Major- so some of the words we said to each other were taken with a different meaning, leading to some major communication issues.If I said we “do nothing at home”, he was offended, thinking that I meant we don’t do fun things, when all I meant was the expression of simply just hanging out at home.