Dating phrases in spanish
~ William Shakespeare Don't you agree with Shakespeare on this? I've always been a fan of this quote of Shakespeare.I don't know why, but I feel that with few words, he could make sense of so much. And to describe this love, we use the language(s) we are familiar with.I would even go so far as to encourage you to use dating apps like Tinder to practice your Spanish skills (the pro version allows you to change your geographical location, which is great if there aren’t Spanish speakers in your area) and conversely you may just meet someone you romantically click with on a traditional language exchange site like italki.
On my first university study trip to a Spanish-speaking land, one of my American peers let slip that her real goal was not to study at all, but rather to find romance and, heck, maybe stay in Santiago forever and ever in the arms of some new Chilean lover.“Isn’t that your goal? “I mean, really, honestly, that’s everyone’s goal on this trip!
So, okay, look here you, the dear Spanish language learners of this blog: Here’s some vocabulary to help you find love and/or whatever else you’re on the market for in Spanish.
— It seems that you have already visited half of the world! They say that pillow talk is the absolute best way to learn a language, and it makes sense.
”I have to admit that in (semiology) class my mind did start to wander to Chilean flings or love or whatever, and others’ minds wandered too, and I know for a fact that at least three out of the group of 40 American students ended up actually Chileans that they met that semester.
Ah, but dating in another language wasn’t without some struggle, and if we had known then what we know now, etc., etc.