Valentine’s Day is the most popular time to say something special to someone whom you really like. But you can do this every day – there are different ways in many languages.
French is often considered as ‘the language of love’. So you can use it when you want to say, for example, You have beautiful eyes (Tu as de beaux yeux). Too simple? No problem. Que mes baisers soient les mots d’amour que je ne te dis pas means Let my kisses be the words of love I don’t tell you.
Where can you hear most phrases connected with love? Probably in soap operas and, if so, probably in Spanish. Tu amor vale más que un millón de estrellas.– beautiful, right? And it means Your love is worth more than a million stars.
Last night I dreamed of you and this morning I did not want to wake up – it is also very romantic and in Spanish it will be Anoche soñé contigo y esta mañana no me quería despertar.
Are Italians the best lovers in the world? This is a subjective opinion but if they say phrases such as Dove sei stato per tutta la mia vita? (Where have you been all my life?) or Dammi la tua mano e corriamo uniti per tutta la vita (Give me your hand and we will run together our whole lives), it can work.
Not many people will probably mention German when it comes to romanticism. However, even the Germans can say something that sounds really nice. Meine Liebe zu dir wächst von Tag zu Tag means I love you more and more every day and Du bist mein Wunder der Natur – You are my wonder of nature.
What do you think about these phrases – do you like them? Probably you know others that could be useful for confessing love (not only) on Valentine’s Day? Share them with us!