HEAD OVER HEELS
Here’s one more romantic idiom…. When you are head over heels, you are very in love with that person. We say, “head over heels for someone”
- Lori and Nick have been married for three years, but they are still head over heels for each other!
- Jim was head over heels for that girl until she rejected his offers for a date.
- I think I’m head over heels for you!
How about you? Are you head over heels for anyone?
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Everything Your GRAMMAR BOOK Didn’t Teach You
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