I love you in Spanish
This free audio lesson is all about saying I love you in Spanish and other Spanish love phrases. By listening to the audio and repeating after the native speaker, you'll know how to say I love you in Spanish in no time!
What do you say when you meet that special Spanish-speaking person and you discover you're falling in love? How do you tell them how you feel? Or find out if they love you too?
How do you ask someone out on a date? And how do you explain to someone that you just want to be friends or you won't be seeing them again?
Well look no further... here you will learn the questions--and the answers! Whether it be a matter of dating, marriage or relationships in general, a little romance can go a long way!
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Listen closely to the pronunciation on the audio and repeat the Spanish phrase after the native speaker. You'll have these mastered in no time, but remember, you can't just listen to them, you have to pronounce them... yes, out loud!
How to say I love you in Spanish
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I love you.
I adore you.
I need you.
Hopefully the answer will be…
Yo tambiénte amo.
I love you, too.
If you want to find out if someone loves you, ask.
¿Me amas? / ¿Me quieres?
Do you love me?
If you love someone more than anything say…
Te amo más que nadaen el mundo!
I love you more than anything in the world!
Or, if you’ve found the love of your life, say...
Eres el amor de mi vida.
You are the love of my life.
And, one more romantic phrase...
Te quiero con todo mi corazón.
I love you with all my heart.
What do you do when you meet someone and you realize that you are falling in love?
Here are some phrases you might want to use… please note that "Te quiero" is much stronger than "I like you", it really means "I have feelings for you", but it's not quite as strong as "I love you".
Me gustas / Te quiero
I like you (romantic).
Me caes bien.
I like you (friendly way).
Te quiero mucho.
I like you very much. (romantic.)
Estoy enamorada / Estoy enamorado.
I'm in love.
You can ask someone out for a date by saying one of the following phrases…
¿Quieres salir conmigo?
Do you want to go out with me? (casual)
¿Te gustaría salir conmigo?
Would you like to go out with me? (formal)
¿Quieres cenar juntos esta noche?
Would you like to have dinner tonight?
Me gustaría salir contigo.
I would like to take you out.
If the date went successful you might want to say…
Gracias por un día maravilloso.
Thank you for a lovely day…
Gracias por una noche maravillosa.
Thank you for a lovely night…
Some more useful phrases when dating the man or woman of your dreams…
Que hermosa te vez! / Que hermoso te vez!
How beautiful you look!
Me haces feliz.
You make me happy.
Eres tan cariñosa / cariñoso
You are so sweet.
Quiero estar contigo para siempre.
I want to be with you forever.
Pienso en ti siempre.
I always think of you.
Eres la persona más hermosa / hermoso del mundo.
You are the most beautiful person in the world.
¿Quieres casarte conmigo? / ¿Te gustaría casarte conmigo?
Do you want to marry me?
Eres el hombre de mis sueños.
You are the man of my dreams.
Eres la mujer de mis sueños.
You are the woman of my dreams.
You are incredible!
¿Quieres salir a…?
Do you want to go out to…?
I would like to…
I would love to…
Claro / Por supuesto
Would you like…?(casual)
Would you like…?(formal)
Me gusta mucho.
I like that very much.
No me gusta tanto.
I don't like that very much.
De nada / Con mucho gusto.
If you are going out with someone who is not exactly what you were hoping for you could say…
Solo quiero ser amigos.
I just want to be friends.
Me caes mal.
I don't like you.
No estoy interesada / interesado
I'm not interested.
Déjame sola / solo
Leave me alone.
Saying I love you in Spanish (or any language!) can be challenging, but I hope you've found learning these romantic Spanish phrases helpful.
Why not check out some more lessons on Spanish phrases next? Here are some recommended lessons:
- Basic Spanish phrases to get you started with your Spanish-learning journey
- Knowing these Spanish travel phrases will make your stay in any Spanish-speaking country much more comfortable and enjoyable!
- Spanish medical phrases - just in case!
See you soon! ¡Hasta pronto!
Mauricio Evlampieff: Rocket Spanish
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