Valentine’s Week is a great opportunity for the ‘Swag se Solo’ crowd, who are ready to find their Juliet. Am I being too cliché? Well, that’s what February is all about!
Red roses, fluffy teddies, and chocolates are filling the shelves and stomach, but are the hearts neglected and empty? Materialistic things seldom satisfy the heart.
Let’s be old school this year and take some extra efforts. Words that soothe your ears, reach the heart.
While people all around you are trying to win their date, get a head start by learning these romance languages.
Spanish, French, Italian and others are known to give you eargasms. Originating from Latin, these languages were famous during medieval times in Rome and came to be known as romance languages.
If you notice, most Roman languages are deemed charming, not due to their Roman roots but more for the way they sound compared to Germanic languages, like English. Each one has its own zest, lighting a spark within your partner.
Let’s learn what each of these have to offer.
Spanish is passionate and sensual, which is why it is widely known as the language of love. Technically speaking, it has softer consonants and the vowels are pretty long which makes the words flow smoothly.
Spanish weaves beautiful music and poetry due to the ease of a rhythmic tone that it creates. Anything that rhymes is sweet to listen to. Now, imagine serenading your lady love in Spanish.
Here are few phrases to help you survive 14th February –
Amar es encontrar en la felicidad de otro la propia felicidad- Loving is finding in someone else’s happiness our own.
Esta vida es mía, pero este corazon es suyo- This life is mine, but this heart is yours.
French is melodious, mainly because of the way it is pronounced. One must avoid pronouncing the consonants unless it is followed by a vowel. French is used in the creative world just as much as Spanish.
It contributes to the making of grandiloquent lyrics. Personally, hearing French makes me drool. The classy touch and the sensual tone is your best chance at impressing your valentine.
Melt your lover’s heart by memorizing these-
Je t’aime – I love you.
Je suis impatient€ de te voir – I can’t wait to see you.
J’aimerais passer plus de temps avec toi – I would love to spend more time with you.
Tu me rends tellement heureux/heureuse – You make me so happy.
Surveyed by Today Translation, Italian words are considered to be the most romantic by 320 interpreters and translators. Famous for the opera and other romantic attractions, Italy is known to sweep you off your feet with its beautiful mountains, seaside, and pastoral countryside, and has come to be known as the most romantic destination.
When you speak Italian it sounds like someone is singing. Now, if you can’t take your Valentine to Italy, bring it here with your words.
Here are a few Italian phrases to keep you in the game –
Ti amo – I love you.
Amore mio – My love.
Sei bellissimo/a – You are beautiful.
Siamo fatti l’uno all’atra– We’re made for each other.
A person who speaks a foreign tongue comes off as mysterious and attractive. You can’t ignore them at any occasion. They are charming and sweep you off your feet. Ahead in every event, be it business or romantic, they catch every eye in the room.
Surely, it takes way more than a day to learn any language but if you start today, you may be that mysterious person in the room by next year and will have admirers flocking to you.
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