(kee-see-eh-rahs sah-leer kohn-mee-goh)I’ll pay –Yo te invito.
(yoh teh een-vee-toh)In Spanish, you literally say, “I invite you” to whatever it is that you’re footing the bill for.
Here are some phrases to help you take things to the next level: Where do you live?
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No matter how nervous and tongue-tied you might feel, it doesn’t require much courage to simply ask: Are you having a good time?
– (bai-leh-mohs) into their ear as loudly as possible.
Sure, it can be fun to use movies, podcasts, and social media to learn Spanish, but non of that can beat real conversations with native speakers.
While you’re out on the town, take these words and phrases for a spin to improve your language skills and impress your date with your fluency!
Use some of these nice compliments to boost their date-satisfaction levels off the charts!
You’re cute – (noh pwey-doh ehs-peh-rahr pah-rah vohl-vehr ah vehr teh) You’ll need to know these phrases to politely reject an interested suitor from the get-go, or to slow things down – lots of us don’t catch the hint even in our native language: I have a boyfriend/girlfriend – (deh-beh-ree-ah-mohs dahr-nohs oon tee-ehm-poh)I know that last section was a bit negative, but I’m honestly rooting for you here!
When I was still learning the difference between accusative and dative case back in college, learning romantic phrases was not my top priority. That being said, let’s take a look at all the great reasons to focus yourself on these matters of the heart.
If you ever listen to German songs or watch German TV, you’ll eventually hear some love language.
The way Spanish gender agreement works, we lump male and female siblings together underneath the male ending.