Quiz: Which Of The 5 Love Languages Do You Use?

Everyone has one primary love language.

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 Feb 08, 2019
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Question: 1/33Pick Your Answer!

Which holiday do you love to celebrate?
New Year's Eve
Valentine's Day

Question: 2/33Pick Your Answer!

Your ideal date would be something like...
Coffee and ice cream date
Dinner and a movie
Jet setting to Vegas
A home cooked dinner
Horseback riding

Question: 3/33Pick Your Answer!

Your ideal vacation would be something like...
A luxurious spa and resort
A bed and breakfast in the mountains
New York City
A "stay-cation" with breakfast in bed

Question: 4/33Pick Your Answer!

You'd likely meet your partner at...
The gym
A café
A bar

Question: 5/33Pick Your Answer!

How do you show someone you care?
Take them out for a nice meal with you.
Write a sweet note to express your gratitude.
Give them an extra long back rub after work.
Buy them something you know they’ve had their eye on.
Light a few candles and draw a relaxing bath for them.

Question: 6/33Pick Your Answer!

In high school, you were most likely voted...
Most Athletic
Class Sweetheart
Drama Queen
Most Charitable
Future President

Question: 7/33Pick Your Answer!

How family oriented are you, on a scale of 1-10 (1 being not at all)?

Question: 8/33Pick Your Answer!

How would you feel if your partner didn't get you flowers on Valentine's Day?
Shrug it off, but sulk
End the relationship
Tell them you’re disappointed
Happy they didn't succumb to marketing pressure
Don't even notice

Question: 9/33Pick Your Answer!

What do you like to do for your partner?
Watch movies with them
Order dinner
Do their part of chores
Give them a massage
Write them a love letter

Question: 10/33Pick Your Answer!

What would you like most for your partner to do for you after a long day at work?
Go for a walk with you
Give you a shoulder massage
Hand you their credit card and tell you to buy something
Have dinner ready
Ask you about your day

Question: 11/33Pick Your Answer!

When you watch TV, you:
Sit on your own recliner
Cuddle together under blankets
Cuddle for awhile but then lay separately
Sit on the opposite end of the couch from your partner
Like to be completely alone

Question: 12/33Pick Your Answer!

After a big argument, what's the best way your partner could apologize?
Sending a sweet text
Buying you flowers
Doing your dishes and laundry
Taking you on a romantic date
Lots of hugs and kisses

Question: 13/33Pick Your Answer!

How many times per week does your partner surprise you?
Three - four times
Almost never

Question: 14/33Pick Your Answer!

Your best friend is moving. You would help by...
You're too busy to help. Maybe next time.
Joining to pack up their stuff
Calling and chatting with them while they're packing
Paying for the moving truck
Bringing over some takeout

Question: 15/33Pick Your Answer!

If you were granted one wish, it would be for a ...
Life coach
Personal trainer
Long and healthy life
Full-time chef
Bigger house

Question: 16/33Pick Your Answer!

Which would you most likely do for someone you care about?
Give them a hug.
Stop in and surprise them with a visit.
Clean their home.
Send a loving text to let them.
Have a bouquet of flowers delivered.

Question: 17/33Pick Your Answer!

What would you want your partner to get you for your birthday?
A home made cake
A hand-written love note
Diamond earrings
A couples' massage
A class you can take together

Question: 18/33Pick Your Answer!

Your holiday plans usually look like...
Going skiing in the mountains
A fancy dinner out with your friends and family
Volunteering at a soup kitchen
Cuddling on the couch after a homemade dinner
Hosting a party for your friends and family

Question: 19/33Pick Your Answer!

What is the ideal profession you would want your partner to have?
Business Owner

Question: 20/33Pick Your Answer!

You'd love to spend the evening...
Ordering takeout and catching up
Watching Netflix while cuddling on the couch
Sitting by the fire having a heart-to-heart
Going on a bike ride
Dinner and drinks somewhere romantic

Question: 21/33Pick Your Answer!

The thing you love the most about your partner is their ___.

Question: 22/33Pick Your Answer!

How many times a day do you wish your partner said, "I love you"?
A couple times
Almost never
Several times

Question: 23/33Pick Your Answer!

How much do you like public displays of affection, on a scale of 1-10?

Question: 24/33Pick Your Answer!

What is the nicest thing you partner could say to you?
You are the one I want to spend my life with
You are a great kisser
You make every day worth living
You are beautiful
You have the biggest heart

Question: 25/33Pick Your Answer!

How often do you hang out with your friends?
Once a year
Once a week
Once every other month
A few times a week
Once a month

Question: 26/33Pick Your Answer!

What is one thing you look for in a potential partner?
A caring and sweet side
Wealth and success
Someone with a flexible work schedule
Great conversationalist
A romantic side

Question: 27/33Pick Your Answer!

In general, you don’t like it when your partner:
Doesn’t kiss you goodbye
Is always thinking about their work
Never gives you any presents
Doesn't help around the house
Criticizes what you do

Question: 28/33Pick Your Answer!

Something you would do to surprise your partner ...
Cuddle them for hours
Do their least favorite chores
Take some time out to spend together
Compliment their style or behavior
Spoil them

Question: 29/33Pick Your Answer!

If you were to tell your partner one thing, what would it be ....
I feel the most loved when you tell me I'm appreciated.
I appreciate when you buy me thoughtful presents.
Eye contact lets me know that you really care.
When you hold my hand, it's the best part of my day.
Your actions speak louder than words to me.

Question: 30/33Pick Your Answer!

What qualities and behaviors do you value the most in other people?
Conversations and closeness
Helpfulness and caringness
Praise, positivity and encouragement
Affectionate personality and warmth
Thoughtful presents and gifts

Question: 31/33Pick Your Answer!

When you were a child, you felt closest to your parents or siblings when…
They verbally expressed how important I was to them.
They caringly touched or physically held me.
They did things for me because they knew I'd enjoy them.
They gave me something they knew I would like.
They spoke to me, and we did something fun together.

Question: 32/33Pick Your Answer!

To help inspire confidence in another person, do you...
Give them a tool or amulet that will help them.
Provide an outlet for them, and listen to their concerns.
Give them a pat on the back, stating "You can do it!"
Teach them how to improve and get better.
Give them an encouraging high five.

Question: 33/33Pick Your Answer!

Nothing says I love you more than...
A thoughtful gift.
Feeling someone else embrace you.
Offering your undivided attention to someone.
A loving act or helping hand.
Hearing ''I love you."
Women.com | Quiz Facts

Take this 5 Love Languages assessment based on the book by Dr. Chapman to discover your love language and begin improving your relationships. Your love language profile will explain your primary love language, what it means, and how you can use it to connect to others.

The 5 Love Languages are: 1. Words of affirmation: For those who prefer the words of affirmation language, hearing “I love you” and other compliments are what they value the most. Words hold real value within this language. 2. Quality time: This language is all about giving the other person your undivided attention. Unlike the words of affirmation language, talk is cheap and being a loved one’s main focus leaves quality timers feeling satisfied and comforted. Distractions, postponed dates, or the failure to listen can be especially hurtful to these individuals. Being there for them is crucial. 3. Receiving gifts: This doesn’t necessarily mean the person is materialistic, but a meaningful or thoughtful present it was makes them feel appreciated. 4. Acts of service: For these people, actions speak louder than words. People who speak the language of service want their partner to recognize that their life is rough and help them out in any way possible. Lending a helping hand shows you really care. Basically, if you’re not willing to show your appreciation by doing them a favor, you’re saying you don’t value them. 5. Physical touch: To this person, nothing speaks more deeply than appropriate touch. That doesn’t mean only in the bedroom — everyday physical connections, like hand-holding, kissing, or any type of re-affirming physical contact is greatly appreciated. A person who speaks the language of physical touch isn’t necessarily an over-the-top PDA’er, but getting a little touchy-feely does make them feel safe and loved. While each of these Love Languages is unique, remember that at the end of the day, they are all ways to express the love you have of another.

Want to know more about the 5 Love Languages? Well, Dr. Gary Chapman actually has six different editions! According to the official Love Languages website, there are tests for couples, singles, men, military personnel, children, and teens. Each test is different and catered to that specific topic.

Dr. Gary Chapman has a passion for people, and for helping them form authentic, lasting bonds. Did you know? He actually is a well-known marriage counselor, making him the perfect resource for determining these love languages.

Now, if you want more quizzes about love and romance, you can take them here! But for now, take this 5 Love Languages quiz to see which one suits your personality!