Dating and relationships are an extremely popular topic for most students!
So here's some idioms about them so you can talk about it even more! Which expression do you think goes in which sentence?
The phrase originates from the literal panting of a person when they show breathlessness due to the surprise of seeing something magnificent.
Usually used when there is a surprise about the magnificence being expressed.
However, this assumption is unlikely as they were joined at the sternum, not at the hips.
This expression most likely makes a general reference to conjoined twins.
Origin This expression originated in the USA during the 1960s and is derived from the condition of conjoined twins.
Many assume that the term refers to Chang and Eng Bunker, who were an internationally celebrated pair of conjoined twins, and being from Siam (as Thailand was then called), were the source of the expression “Siamese twins”.
90% of the time, speakers of English use just 7,500 words in speech and writing.
For example you could be struck by lightning or event hit by a rake. Here are 8 French idioms related to love and dating.
Je ne comprends pas, il avait l’air super content quand il m’a annoncé qu’il avait eu un coup de foudre I don’t understand, he looked super happy when he told me he had a struck of lightning Ah mais c’est normal.
to make up - to forgive someone after an argument to play hard to get - to pretend you’re not interested in a relationship.
to go out with someone - to date someone to be on the rocks - to have a difficult period in a relationship.