When two people are not exclusive with each other nor have established what they are as a couple, but have some sort of relationship.
"John and I go out a lot but we're just talking." or "We've been talking for months now but we're not together."
When two people like eachother and are getting to know each other better,but are still single and not "going out" yet.
I've been talking to talking to this boy for a few weeks, but hes not my boyfriend yet.
"stage" in which you are still single but interested in another person and vice versa. this ends when the dating stage begins
I'm talking to this one guy I met a week ago.
1) The act of verbalizing.
2) The social area above friends, and below boyfriend/girlfriend.
3) The word that often causes the most confusion (and most explaining) in relationship explanations.
Social Person: So, I hear Tim and Gina have been talking for awhile now.
Unaware Person: Well I've been talking to Tiff for awhile now...
Social Person: Really?
Unaware Person: Yeah! We've talked about like, everything from food to gossip!
Social Person: ...
*word explanation occurs*
The verbal form of Texting someone. Often used in the "Old Days" before the cell phone.
John and Steven are talking.
New-age term for "dating". The process of going out on dates and getting to know another person, prior to being in a relationship with them.
I have been talking to Gina for a while now, I'm thinking about asking her out.