Dating phrases in portuguese
The expression Dia dos Namorados literaly translates to “Boyfriend/girlfriend Day”. It is celebrated by couples whether they are married or not. To celebrate, couples gift each other and go out for a romantic dinner.
Gifts include flowers and chocolates, but also nice, expensive gifts such as brand name clothing, lingerie for the ladies, and jewelry. Lots of bars and clubs host a special singles’ night with events and games to help you find your next date 🙂 June 13 is Santo Antônio’s day.
The word "lu" is another word for love, so you could use this my saying "mi lu, linda" which would be "my love, Linda".
To say "you are very pretty/cute" you would say "voce e muito linda".
A collection of useful phrases in European Portuguese, the type of Portuguese spoken in Portugal.
Phrases in Brazilian Portuguese are also available.
It is very important to be extra careful when you are dealing with a foreign.
Idioms are beautiful in every language, and this Portuguese idiom literally translates to “water under the bridge do not move mills.” In English, this phrase is like saying “what’s done is done.” When the Portuguese greet someone or say goodbye, they kiss one another on each cheek.
is the one word on this list that’s more Brazilian than European Portuguese, and it represents the loving action of petting, caressing, or simply running fingers through hair (or fur, when petting an animal).
You will definitely win her heart just by attempting to speak her native language. (Loved seeing you today)#8 Phrase Quando vou poder te ver novamente? (Woke up thinking about you)#11 Phrase Não me canso de olhar para você.
Besides, compliments in Portuguese will make her get aware you are into her, and she will find it extremely cute. (Give me a kiss).#3 Phrase Eu quero te ver de novo. (What are you going to do tomorrow)#5 Phrase Quer ir ao cinema comigo? )#6 Phrase O que é preciso para eu ganhar seu coração? ( I do not get tired looking at you).#12 Phrase Você conquistou meu coração.