To be in love with someone is certainly a special feeling. I am feeling extra, extra in love today because Paulo and I are celebrating our 1 year wedding anniversary. ♥ In honor of us, this post will teach you 7 English idioms related to love and marriage. First, test yourself with 5 common ones. Can you identify their definitions below?
Once you’ve tried, check your answers with the information below, and learn 2 more! There, you will also see these idioms being used in context. Good Luck!
Are you ready for the answers?
1. to fall for someone – to begin to love someone
2. head over heels – to be extremely in love with someone
3. pop the question – to ask someone to marry you
4. to get hitched – to get married
5. to tie the knot – to get married
6. get along – to have a good relationship, enjoy each other’s company, without many fights
7. to be the one – to be the person you want to marry/spend the rest of your life with
I fell for Paulo a few years ago while working together in the land down under (Australia). It wasn’t long before I was head over heels. We spent a lot of time together and got along wonderfully. After traveling some parts of the world together I knew he was the one… And I’m pretty sure he knew I was the one because, one night while reminiscing about our journey together, he popped the question! The following year we got hitched, or in other words, we tied the knot !
How would you use these idioms in your own context? Are you head over heels? Have you already tied the knot? Practice below in the comment section.
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