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    You made my heart

    I have a watch with this expression: You made my heart, I would like to understand the meaning. Thank's.

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    Re: You made my heart

    Welcome to the forum, agarciacarmen.

    I am afraid neither of these expressions is natural English:
    I have a watch with this expression.
    You made my heart.

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    Re: You made my heart

    What does 'You made my heart' mean? My whatch has a picture of a heart with this words inside. Thank you.
    Last edited by agarciacarmen; 13-Jun-2013 at 12:51.

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    Re: You made my heart

    Sorry 'YOU MADE MY HEART' NO 'YOU MADE MAY HEART'

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    Re: You made my heart

    I have a watch with this inscription: "You made my heart"
    I have a watch with "You made my heart" engraved on it.


    "You made my heart" is still not natural English.

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    Re: You made my heart

    And 'You make my heart'? Thank you for your answers.

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    #7

    Re: You made my heart

    'You make my heart' is also not natural English.

    Please note that instead of correcting post #3 with a new post, you could have edited it by using the Edit Post feature and clicking on Save.

    Why not try that out now and see what happens?

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    Re: You made my heart

    Unless the watch was given to a cardiac surgeon by a grateful patient, it was written by a non-native speaker.
    It probably means "You fulfilled my heart" in the sense of "You completed my love", the heart being the organ of love in Folk psychology.
    Oh, unless there was no room for "You make my heart start a-trembling, whenever you're around."

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    Re: You made my heart

    "A-trembling" and "trembling" have the same meaning?

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    Re: You made my heart

    Yes.

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