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Quotes about love in English with translation

As the proverb says, «We need one minute to find a new friend; one hour to admire them; one day, to love, and forever to forget. » Love — a feeling which is the basis of our lives. We all love someone — parents, brothers and sisters, men and women, children, etc. And when we are asked what we mean by love, not everyone can respond instantly. And one answer to this question is no. Some, like Aristotle, believes that this is «one soul living in two bodies»; someone like Plato, I am sure that this is a «serious psychiatric disorder»; and someone like St. Augustine, it seems that this «beauty of the soul.» For centuries, many philosophers and preachers, poets and writers, and even now, composers and singers are trying to understand what love is (love). This sense of dedicated songs, films, poems and novels in all languages ​​of the world. Therefore, if you are learning English and aim to find the answer to the eternal question «what is love», you will need some information on this subject.


Let’s talk about love in English

When we talk about love in English, for some reason, just remember Valentine’s Day (St. Valentine’s Day). The history of this festival is very vague, but the Catholic Church officially recognized the three saints who became martyrs in the name of love (martyr in the name of love). One Valentin helped marriages (perform marriage ceremonies) Roman soldiers, though the emperor Claudius II banned them. The second helped early Christians to escape persecution by the Romans. Well, and the third is sitting in jail awaiting sentence in love (fall in love) with the daughter of a prison guard, and before he died he sent her a postcard of the same name «From your Valentine». Legend of the latter is the most common, and love cards (love greeting card) in this holiday greeting is a mandatory attribute for the purpose of expressing their feelings. In addition to cards, the female sex Valentine decided to give chocolate candy (preferably in the form of «hearts») and flowers (preferably rose).

Valentine’s Day is the triumph of love in the world, is so ingrained in our minds that many of us dream to marry in this holiday (marry / tie the knot / get hitched), but not yet reshivshiesya or already ringed necessarily trying to arrange a romantic evening ( romantic evening). As they say, it is all about love and for love. Of course, we all want to love (love) and be loved (be loved). But love is not always mutual, sometimes we are faced with unrequited (unrequited love). Incidentally, the word love — not only for the expression of feelings. You can still use words like affection, amour, fondness and passion, although the latter refers more to the physical senses such as «passion». Love may be unconditional (unconditional love) or vice versa (cupboard love).

We all dream to marry for love (love match, union of hearts), but not without it (loveless marriage). It is said that there is love at first sight (love at the first sight), and it can be just as valuable as first love (first love). Sometimes we are disappointed in love (to disappoint in love), and then our loved one (apple of one’s eye / darling / sweetheart) is trying to return our love (recover affection / win back a lost love). When we find a soul mate (significant other), we confess to her his feelings (declare love / confess one’s love) and seek love in return (gain heart / win love). As the saying goes: «In love and war all means are good» (All is fair in love and war).

The range of vocabulary about the love of the English language is huge. And how perfectly sound in English quotes and sayings of famous people? What can I say, all great slow composition is about love in English. Explore the «love» vocabulary and you will feel the enchanting world of love in English.

 

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