Falling in love is an amazing experience, and most hope to find love in their life – that person who makes their heart skip a beat when they walk in the room.Sometimes love knows no boundaries, and you can find yourself falling in love with someone who doesn’t speak your language well. Or perhaps they do, but you want to show your love not only for them, but for Spanish as well?Well, look no further! We have gathered all of the Spanish phrases you might need in order to express your love to your Spanish-speaking partner. You can practice all of these phrases and more in our new Spanish deck: Love in Spanish.Click the link below to jump to the topic you are looking for in particular.“I Love You” in SpanishTerms of EndearmentI Miss YouHugs and KissesSpanish Love QuotesLove Quotes for Him in SpanishLove Quotes for Her in SpanishRomantic Spanish Phrases Poster – print and share!
“I Love You” in Spanish
In Spanish, there are two ways to say “I love you,” depending on how much you really want to emphasize your love. Usually, these phrases are used in a long-term relationship, as with English.
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amar – to love (a bit stronger, not always romantic), very strong in Spainquerer – to want, to loveencantar – to really like, to adore“Te amo” is used when you want to declare your love to someone. In Mexico, however, it can also be used with parents and grandparents (usually mothers and grandmothers), and they might use it with their children. You wouldn’t want to say this to your best friend, though. You will also find “te amo” normally used this way in Latin America.In Spain, “te amo” has very strong connotations of love – it’s something you’d say at your wedding, and it always has a romantic meaning. In Spain, you will not hear parents or grandparents say this to children.“Te quiero” is used in a more casual way and literally translates to “I want you.” This is the most normal way to express love in most relationships (friends, family, etc).Now, if you literally want to say “I want you” to someone (as in physical desire), you wouldn’t use “te quiero” in this case. Instead, you would use “te deseo.” Just realize that this does have a sexual connotation.Saying “me encantas” to someone doesn’t necessarily have to imply a love interest, but it’s commonly used before all the “I love yous” start. Let’s say it’s a way of saying you like someone a lot, more than anybody else.You can also say that to a person you have just met and clicked with automatically, with no romantic intentions, just to express how much you have enjoyed meeting him/her.Here are some other useful phrases to use in expressing your love to your Spanish-speaking lover.Estoy enamorado/a de ti (roughly the same meaning as “te amo”) – I’m in love with you.Eres el amor de mi vida – You are the love of my life.Te quiero con todo mi corazón – I love you with all my heart.Estoy loco/a por ti – I’m crazy about you.
Me has robado el corazón – You have stolen my heart.Not quite ready to express your full love but are falling for someone? Here are some phrases you can use.Me caes muy bien – I like you (as a friend). (Make sure you emphasize the “muy” so they know you mean you want to be more than friends).Me encantas – I really (really!) like you.Me gustas – I fancy you / I feel attracted to you. This expression already implies some romantic interest.*You would say “me caes bien” to a friend (that’s taken for granted; of course we all like our friends, but still). However, you wouldn’t say “me gustas” to a friend, unless you want to express more than friendship!
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