When learning Spanish, romantic phrases are an absolute necessity. Spanish is easily one of the most romantic languages in the world, and the ability to say romantic phrases to your significant other in Spanish always impresses. I'm going to give you some easy romantic phrases, as well as some warnings about when to use them - I'm sure you'd rather be getting “besos" (kisses) than “bofetadas" (slaps)!
Common Romantic Phrases
Here are some of the more common romantic phrases in Spanish.
te quiero = I love you (literally translates “I want you")
te amo = I love you (this is the real deal, when you mean it)
amor mío = My love
estoy enamorado = I'm in love
flechazo = Love at first sight
prenda de amor = Token of love
This should be a good starting grounds.
Some Words of Caution
I'm sure you know of the character “Borat". He is from Kazakhstan and he does interviews in English. Sound familiar? If not, look him up on YouTube. What I'm getting at is: look at how ridiculous he sounds trying to say sexy things in English. If you don't actually learn how to speak basic Spanish, you will sound like Borat trying to say the phrases I've listed above! Your significant other, whether or not he or she has any knowledge of Spanish, will most likely be turned off if you speak with a poor accent or like you don't know what you're doing.
I highly recommend spending some time learning basic Spanish, because while simple Spanish phrases can be romantic, NOTHING is more romantic than actually being able to speak whole sentences to your loved one in Spanish.
The best way to learn Spanish is through software you use on your computer. It will probably only take you about a week or two to be comfortable enough to say the phrases I have above, and about two months to be speaking full sentences. I have provided links for the best software.
Good luck with your Spanish romantic phrases!
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