Learn with our Spanish school in Malaga a list of romantic Spanish phrases, and be able to express your love in this language.
In the month of February we celebrate Valentine’s Day in Spain, like in many other parts of the world. For this reason, we have decided to write this post, which is a free online Spanish course. This post is especially for romancers, whom are determined to fall in love, by using the most common romantic Spanish phrases most used by the native speakers.
You can see it as a mini basic Spanish course that you need to practice before travelling to Spain. That is, If you want to approach that one girl or boy in a café in Malaga (e.g. while having a Spanish coffee break). If not for OnSpain, you would not know what to say if you were to fall in love at first sight.
Surely your crush will not blame you for using a Spanish dictionary if you study the particular words of Valentine’s Day from our top ten of romantic Spanish vocabulary. Besides, you have to pay attention to the description that is accompanied by the set of phrases, in order to know in which situation you can use them.
- He tenido un flechazo al verte: When you believe that you have fallen in love at first sight.
- ¿Te gustaría tener una cita conmigo?: This is used to ask someone to have date with you.
- ¿Quieres ser mi novia /novio?: This is used to ask if someone wants to be in a relationship with you.
- Vamos a bailar bajo las estrellas: It is possible to use this phrase in the south of Spain and is used to invite someone to enjoy a walk on the beach under a clear night’s sky. This is also possible in winter.
- Me gustaría regalarte flores y bombones: Flowers, bonbon and cards are, like in many other countries, the most popular gifts in Spain for romantic occasions.
- Creo que me he enamorado de ti: This phrase is used to say that you believe that you are starting to fall in love with someone.
- Eres muy guapa /guapo: This is used to say that you think that the other person is very beautiful/handsome.
- Me pareces una persona increíble: This is used to say that you think that the other person is amazing.
- Te quiero: These two words are used to say that you like someone very much, which can be used for friends, family, and so on.
- Te amo: This is a more sensual way of telling someone that you love somebody very much and that there is nothing more important than that.
There is nothing more romantic than travelling to Malaga to learn Spanish and to have a date beneath the stars, while listening to love songs from a “chiringuito” (beach cabin) on the background. Don’t you think so?
If you would like to know more about romantic Spanish phrases, you could also read our post about giving compliments. It will definitely surprise you!
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