Four months into my big move to Spain I was wondering if I would last the whole year.
, we wanted to share some expressions related to dating and romance.
If you’re looking for some fabulous places to take your date in Barcelona, you can check out our suggestions in this blog post. Llevarse bien – to get along This first expression is not necessarily used solely in a romantic sense. ex: (I got a match on Tinder and now I have a date with him.) Unfortunately, sometimes not all dates work out and a real stupid person can just not show up after you’ve set up a cita.
ex: (Juan cheated on his wife and they ended up divorced.) It may not be the happiest thing to talk about, but if something doesn’t work out, it’s useful to know this phrase.
You could say lo dejamos (we left it), nos separamos (we separated), or rompimos (we broke up).
Someone like this will leave you waiting there with no warning.
In Spanish, the expression is dejar plantado a alguien.
Three weeks into dating my boyfriend, I still remember when he timidly asked me if I would like to meet his sister and niece.
I was surprised at how soon he asked, but it was clearly very important to him.
When it comes to arguments, patience is always key.
Even more so when you don’t share the same native language. The Spanish like to see where life takes them; they don’t limit what could happen on any given day by making strict plans.
ex: This expression can mean different things depending on the context.