We know from our experience that it doesn’t really help much when somebody we care about is crying their heart out and all we can think of to say is ‘Stop crying’. Want to be more helpful? Try the approaches in this useful infographic from Happiness is Here Blog:
14 English Idioms About Love
Here are some lovely English idioms for a relaxing Easter Sunday afternoon. Enjoy! 😊❤️
The English idiom ‘a match made in heaven’ is used to describe a couple who seem absolutely perfect together. They are so suitable for each other that it seems as though their relationship was preordained (arranged in advance) ‘in heaven’.
Olivia: Did you hear that Gerry and Eve have got engaged?
Greta: Yes! Isn’t it cute? I’m so happy for them. They’re so well suited.
Olivia: Yes, they’re such a perfect couple – and on Valentine’s Day too!
Greta: Aah. They’re a match made in heaven, I’d say.
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