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A very popular search on the internet is "How to say I love you in Russian". Some of you have probably done it, especially when Valentine’s Day is around the corner or when you've met a special person who happens to speak Russian. Today, we're going to learn how to express our love feelings in Russian. Let the romance begin!
If you can’t speak Russian, you should at least be able to express your love in this wonderful language. They say, and sing, that love is all around and all you need is love, but you never know when it's going to hit you, so you better be ready. Pay attention to the video below and listen to three of the most relevant Russian words you'll ever learn:
Now, let's stop for a minute and talk about a common question. Many Russian students usually ask: Should we say "Я тебя люблю" or is it more correct to say "Я люблю тебя"? The answer is simple, as both options are absolutely correct. Russian word order is more flexible than in English, that's why in many occasions you can alter the order of words in a Russian sentence without affecting its meaning.
The first step is the hardest one. You've read, you've learnt, you've practiced and eventually you've said it: "I love you" (or rather, "Я люблю тебя"). But now there are more steps ahead waiting to be taken, and you need to be more original. In other words, you have to increase your vocabulary and find more romantic lines to say. Here we present you with a quick fix, two more examples of Russian love phrases, clearly explained, so you can learn how to pronounce them perfectly.
If you've reached this point, we're sure you want to find out more. That is, more ways to express your love in Russian. Every day is a perfect day to express your feelings and, thanks to the following link you won't find yourself lost for love words:
In the link above you'll find a great language resource:
Each word and phrase are recorded, so you can read, listen and practice. Now there's no excuse to learn poetic words in Russian and surprise someone special. We're sure that you can feel it now. Love is in the air...
Have you ever tried expressing your love in Russian? What is your favourite love phrase, expression or word? Don't be shy and share it with us!
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