What Is Your Love Language?

Would you like to know how you express and receive love? Take this love languages quiz to get started!
What is most important to you in a relationship?
What makes you most secure in your relationship?
Which of these gestures would impress you most?
What is your zodiac sign?
How would you prefer to spend date night?
How do you feel about public displays of affection (PDA)?
Would you mind being around your partner all day every day?
How often do you tell your partner 'I love you'?
How much is too much to spend on one gift?
You come home from work to a clean house and home-cooked meal, what is your reaction?
Words of Affirmation

Your love language is Words of Affirmation, which means that verbal clues are the way to your heart. People like you need to hear that they are loves, and it also helps to know that your significant other is thinking about you. So, anything from compliments to reassurance is going to give you 'the feels'.

Acts of Service
Your love language is Acts of Service and it means that you are happiest when others perform actions for you. You often find yourself asking your partner for favors, not because you need the help, but because it shows you that the person cares enough to run an errand, clean or cook for you.
Receiving Gifts
Your love language is Receiving Gifts. A common misconception is that these presents need to be extravagant, but anything from flowers and notes to small tokens can make you feel validated. The running theme with this love language is "it's the thought that counts" and it really does.
Quality Time
Your love language is Quality Time, and it means that there's nothing you enjoy more than being in the company of the people you love. It doesn't mean that you two need to spend every waking moment together, but the alone time will strengthen your relationship and that's what is most important to you.
Physical Touch
Your love language is Physical Touch and it means that you feel most loved when your partner is hugging, cuddling, or simply placing a reassuring hand on your shoulder. People who share your love language are not afraid of public displays of affection, as they want the world to know and see that they're in love.