Have you met someone special? Do they speak Spanish?
Lucky you! There is no better way to learn a language than to start a relationship with someone from abroad.
If you haven’t met anyone yet, then try out Hello Pall and find some love while you practice your Spanish!
Have a look at this effective guide of the most romantic and flirtatious phrases out there and spice up your next Hello Pall chat!
To learn more about someone
¿Estudias o trabajas? – Do you study or do you work?
An instant classic with Spanish speakers.
Cuéntame algo sobre ti – Tell me something about you.
Direct, yet romantic: ask for information, but let them choose what to tell you.
¿Te gusta el cine / viajar? – Do you like cinema/ travelling?
“Te gusta” means you like or do you like. Follow it your biggest hobbies and discover everything you have in common!
To ask someone out
Eager for some face-to-face interaction? If you’re lucky enough to live close to your new love interest, take the leap and ask them out!
¿Quieres quedar algún día? – Would you like to go out some day?
¿Tomamos algo? – Should we go for a drink?
Literally, “do we have something (to eat/to drink)”.
¿Te apetece ir al cine? – Do you fancy going to the cinema?
Invito yo – I’ll pay
Literally, “I invite”.
To do some obvious flirting
Why keep it subtle? Spanish people like it straight to the point. Pick up some courage and express how you feel in your best Spanish.
Me gustas mucho – I really like you.
Tienes una sonrisa/ una voz muy bonita – You have a lovely smile/ voice.
You can still do some good flirting even if you have never met!
Eres una persona muy especial – You are a very special person.
Have you really connected with someone? Let them know!
¡Qué divertido/divertida eres! – You’re so funny!
“Divertido” means funny for males, whereas “divertida” is funny for females. Other adjectives you could use are: guapo (male) / guapa (female) – good looking; simpatico (male)/ simpatico (female) – nice.
To move the relationship forward
If your love affair is a done deal, you might want to start making things official.
Novio (male) / novia (female) – boyfriend and girlfriend.
¿Tienes novio/ novia? – Have you got a boyfriend/ girlfriend?
Enamorarse – To fall in love.
Me estoy enamorando de ti – I’m falling in love with you.
Besar/ Un beso – To kiss/ A kiss
¿Te gustaría tener algo serio? – Would you like to have a relationship?
“Algo serio” literally means something serious.
To put an end to your love affair
Love doesn’t always work out, as we would like. If it’s not running smoothly, better end it. Make sure you do it with your best Spanish, though. It will still be a fantastic opportunity to practice the language!
Ya no siento lo mismo – I don’t feel the same anymore
No quiero nada serio – I’m not looking for anything serious
No eres tú, soy yo – It’s not you, it’s me.
A classic way to put an end to any relationship. Careful with this one, though: it doesn’t tend to go down well!