February 14 ... usually people either love it or hate it! If you don't have a sweetheart or you're suffering from a broken heart, you can always show love to your family and friends.
There are lots of idioms and expressions about love and relationships. The story (in the picture above) has several love idioms.
Do you know any of these? If you don't understand all of them, the definitions are below.
Several of the definitions below offer additional sentence examples and synonyms. Click on the links where available if you'd like further information:
blind date: a date (social meeting) where two people have never met before.
love at first sight: feeling an immediate attraction or love for someone when you first see or meet them.
hit it off: to immediately become friends with someone.
on the rocks: the relationship is having problems.
three little words: these words are “I love you”.
leave someone at the altar: to leave someone just before the marriage should happen (couples who get married in a church stand in front of a structure called the altar).
Mr. Right: the man who is the right (or perfect / best) person to marry.
kiss and make up: to apologize/forgive someone and be a couple (or friends) again.
pop the question: to propose (ask) marriage to someone.
tie the knot: to marry.
get hitched: to marry.
match made in heaven: a perfect couple (or combination of things).
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Practice makes progress. It's your turn to use any of these idioms in your own sample sentences. I will provide feedback to make sure you use the idioms correctly.
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