Hello, I'm a new member so I hope I'm posting this in the correct section. Anyway, I am currently writing a romance story between two men who don't have anything in common but must live together. I'm writing about a gay couple because it's a real challenge, I'm female and not into men myself and it's a bit hard for me to sneak into their brain and understand their way of thinking. They simply don't act like women, that's a fact. So anyway, in this story, they fight a lot. But I don't want to write cheap arguments with insults, I want to make the dialogue witty. I love witty conversations (like in "The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde, it's so funny) and I love "collecting" phrases/idioms to spice up any kind of conversation. However, the problem is that I grew up bilingual (German and American English) and even though my English is also very good (in fact, I'm an English teacher trainee), I grew up in Austria so German is my more dominant language. I can write very witty dialogue in German (because I know more idioms and simply more words), but writing such conversations in English is a little harder. But I want to try, especially because I like the English language more than German. That's just the way it is So...well, any advice is greatly appreciated! Thanks in advance!