Suggestions by OnSpain during the most romantic time of the year.
Also here in Malaga, you feel that Valentine’s Day is coming and the Spanish language school OnSpain prepares you for a Valentine’s Day in spanish in the best possible way. Have you already read our post about romance in Malaga?
Many people think that Valentine’s Day is a concept of recent years, created specifically for commercial interest by businesses, but that is not the case. Valentine’s Day dates back to the time of the Roman Empire. In ancient Rome, emperor Claudius II decided to ban celebrations of marriages between young boys, because of the fact that boys without family turned out to be the best soldiers. The priest of Rome opposed the law by disobeying the emperor and continued to hold secret marriages between young lovers who wished. Valentine, name of the priest, was imprisoned and executed on February 14, 270 AD.
Both in European countries and the United States, February 14 is recognized and well-known as Valentine’s Day, the Day of love. In some Hispanic countries it is identified as the Day of love and friendship, where people show affection by giving roses, flowers, chocolates and romantic small gifts for their partner and close friends.
OnSpain school, language school of Malaga, provides you with a small vocabulary consisting of some phrases that can be useful in these days full of congratulations, cards and gifts, warm the cockles of heart… take notes!
- What would you say to win her or his heart? Try our suggestions!
“Comenzaste robándome una sonrisa y terminaste robándome el corazón”
You started stealing a smile and ended up stealing the heart
“Si en las buenas te quiero….. En las malas: ¡TE AMO!”
In good times and bad times: I LOVE YOU!
“Te quiero mucho”
I love you
“Siempre pienso en ti, creo que me he enamorado”
I always think of you, I think I’m in love
“Estoy loca/o por ti”
I’m crazy about you
“Me siento feliz cuando estoy contigo”
I feel happy when I am with you
- Want to give a compliment? He or she cannot resist…
You are gorgeous
“Eres la cosa más bonita que me ha pasado en mi vida hasta ahora”
You are the most beautiful thing that has happened in my life so far
Don’t hesitate to overload Spanish compliments if you really want to impress your girl or guy and get a smile.
- Have you received a Valentine’s gift and would like to thank?
“Muchas gracias, las rosas que me diste son preciosas!”
Thank you, the roses you gave me are beautiful!
“Gracias por los bombones… son dulces casi tanto como tú”
Thank you for the chocolates, almost as sweet as you are
By the way, this is our little guide to pass the test of Valentine, but to finally win the heart of a Spanish boy or girl, you have to do more work. Check out the Spanish courses of OnSpain to learn more about speaking the most romantic language!