Dating in spanish

Okay, great, they accepted your invitation for a date! Regardless, you’ll be thanking this nerd when your relationship progresses and you have this fantastic vocabulary at your disposal: A date – (eh-nah-moh-rah-doh/dah) While it literally translates to “in love,” this term denotes a more casual level of affection.

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The way Spanish gender agreement works, we lump male and female siblings together underneath the male ending.

Bonus advice: the first date is not a good place to jump into a feminist rant on the complex politics and prejudice of language. – (sah-behs bai-lahr)The mood is right and you want to let your date know you’re feeling the good vibes.

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.

It’s a much friendlier and less financially-focused way to offer, in my opinion.

Throw in a “don’t worry about it,” (noh teh preh-oh-coo-pehs) for an added touch of coolness.

To start off it’ll be helpful to know some words in the dating vocabulary.

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