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Could you tell me how do the British express that they are madly in love? TIA)

Could you tell me how do the British express that they are madly in love? Thank you)

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    "head over heels" in love would work, probably.

     

    Madly in love!

    "He/she is the love of my life."

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    Umm that's a hard one (that's not my answer). Fluentkerstin is probably closest with "head over heels" (an idiom suggesting "fallen in love"). It's a bit ironic because the British are known for not expressing love, especially men. But sayings are "I'm smitten", "I've fallen head over heels". If I loved someone I might say "I adore you". But if I was to show how I loved them, probably in cuddles, or nice food :) massages, the usual.

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