English terms of endearment are NOT often based on _____.
- names of animals
- names of sweet foods
- names of jewelry
As a term of endearment, "baby" can be used _____.
- for adults and children
- for adults only
- for children only
"Dear" is _____.
- only a form of address in a letter
- only a term of endearment
- a term of endearment and a form of address in a letter
A common variation of "sweetheart" is _____.
- sweet goose
- sweet pea
- sweet flower
A common variation of "honey" is _____.
- honey bunch
- honey money
- honey monkey
I say, "Come here, handsome." I am addressing _____.
- a boy
- a girl
- a boy or a girl
_____ is NOT a common variation of "cutie."
- Cutie patootie
- Cutie carrot
- Cutie pie
Terms of endearment must be written with a capital letter, for example, "Dearie."
- This is true.
- This is false.
- There are no rules for capitalizing terms of endearment.
_____ would NOT normally be used for an adult.
- "Sweet lips"
One woman might compliment her best friend (also a woman) by saying, "_____, you never looked better!"
- "Sugar lips"