Love Idiom Card
A collection of 4 multi-lingual cards expressing love using interesting, un-translatable idiomatic phrases!
I discovered some interesting idiomatic phrases concerning love while studying Spanish, and decided to make 4 cards each representing a different idiom. For Spanish, I used "media naranja," which means "orange half," and refers to a soul mate. For French, I used "le coup de foudre," which translates to "lightning strike," and refers to love at first sight.
In Russian, "po vlyubitsya" means "up to your ears," and it means to be fully, completely in love. And in Chinese, the phrase "One day, three autumns," means to miss someone so much that one day feels like three years have passed.
Each card features the translation of the idiom inside the card, and comes with a matching white envelope.