Do you know the English expression “to have a soft spot for (someone)“? Read the conversation below. Can you guess the meaning?
Katy: I’m really sad to hear that Ted is leaving the company.
Claire: You have a soft spot for him, don’t you?
Katy: Yeah, he’s like a younger brother to me. I’ll miss him.
Does it mean:
a) to treat someone like a family member
b) to give someone a soft seat
c) to like someone a lot
d) to miss someone
The answer is below! ↓
Answer: c) to like someone a lot