慣用語句 – English Idioms Lesson – Head Over Heels

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Are you in love? Are you really really in love? If you are, you might be head over heels in love! When you are head over heels, you are very much in love with someone. You can use this idiom in the following ways:
[someone] is head over heels + for [someone]

  • I’m head over heels for Jane
  • Jack is head over heels for Jenny
[someone] is head over heels + in love with [someone]
  • I’m head over heels in love with Jane
  • Jack is head over heels in love with Jenny

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