Learning Spanish for Beginners and getting ready for St.Valentine’s Day?

When you study Spanish for Beginners there are loads of romantic words to learn.

Normally Valentine’s Day is all about flowers, chocolates and nice gifts.

Why don’t you surprise your half saying something in Spanish this year?

If you have a Spanish speaker partner, he/she will be very happy to hear some nice words!

Also, it is a good opportunity for you to learn some Spanish for beginners and expand your vocabulary.

Do you already know some Spanish love words?

Probably the most common thing you may have heard is “te quiero” or “te amo“: they both mean “I love you”, even though “te amo” is more serious.

For example you can say “Te amo más que nada en el mundo“, which means “I love you more than everything in the world”.

However, there are many more nice words and expressions to go through!

Mi amor –> My love

For example:

¡Te quiero mucho, mi amor! –> I love you so much, my love!

Then we have:

Amor a primera vista –> Love at first sight

Pasión –> Passion

Corazón –> Heart

So we can say:

Te quiero con todo mi corazón –> I love you with all my heart

Enamorarse –> To fall in love

If you want to declare your feelings, you might say:

Estoy enamorado/a de tí –> I am in love with you

Or, if you feel very romantic:

Eres mi todo –> You are my everything

And when you call your love, remember to say:

No puedo esperar a verte –> I can’t wait to see you

And careful when you use these words:

Enamorado/Enamorada –> Boyfriend/Girlfriend

Novio/Novia –> Fiancé/Fiancée

Marido –> Husband

Mujer –> Wife

Casarse –> To marry

If you want to propose, you can say:

Casate conmigo! –> Marry me!

Isn’t it very romantic?

If you want to impress your partner, use some of these expressions!

Enjoy some lovely pictures about St.Valentine’s day here.