It’s 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 letter (in the picture above) has a lot of idioms. Do you know any of these? If you don’t understand all of them, the definitions are below. Wishing you a happy Valentine’s Day! xoxo, Nicole
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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