expressions-love-english-idioms-abaenglish-part-2

14 Expressions – Love is in the Air! – Part 2

Hello ABA Family!

Here are 14 expressions for those of you in love with someone, with life or even with English!

If you haven’t read the first part, you can find it here!

1.To have chemistry

If two people have chemistry between them, they are very attracted to each other.

Example:

We dated a few times, but we had no chemistry.

2. To fall for someone

To fall in love with someone.

Example:

It sounds crazy to fall for someone you hardly know but it happens.

3. To be crazy about someone

To be very interested in someone or love them very much.

Example:

Susanne is crazy about her boyfriend.

4. To steal someone’s heart

To capture someone’s affections; to cause someone to fall in love with you.

Example:

Musicians can easily steal your heart.

5. Love at first sight

Love established when two people first see one another.

Example:

Do you believe in love at first sight?

6. To play hard to get

To pretend to be inaccessible or uninterested.

Example:

I know my brother; he’s playing hard to get but he likes her really.

7. To go out with someone

To go out with another person out romantically.

Example:

Is she going out with anyone at the moment?

8. A double date

An activity (such as going to the cinema or going out to eat) that two couples do together.

Example:

I hate double dates.

9. To find Mr /Mrs Right

To meet the perfect person to marry.

Example:

It’s hard to find Mr or Mrs Right: nobody’s perfect.

10. To take one’s vows

To make a solemn pledge to your partner when getting married.

Example:

The vows you are about to take are very important.

11. To cheat on someone

To be unfaithful to that person.

Example:

I don’t know how they are still together after she cheated on him.

12. To split up/To break up

To become separated and no longer have a relationship.

Example:

Don’t ask him about Lucy; they have split/broken up.

13. To make up

To resolve an argument or quarrel.

Example:

Don’t worry about that fight you had last night; you’ll make up soon.

14. To give someone a second chance

To give someone another opportunity.

Example:

After all the things he’s done to her, she’s not giving him a second chance again.

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One comment

  1. kate estivil you are a woman noble,God bless you forever.

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