Amigues, welcome to another Spanish session! How do you say love in Spanish? Do you happen to know that? Curious? Just keep your mind open and scroll your life away!
How do you say things in Spanish?
Ok fellas, we’ve already know that Spanish grammar can be a little bit tough if you’re not acquainted with it. So let me do the proper introductions: Spanish grammar, amigues, amigues, Spanish grammar. Now that you’ve met, shall we dance to the rhythm of the night?
Before we get too hot in here, just a quick heads up: refresh the difference between “querer” and “amar” in Spanish, it’ll be useful for this piece. Whereas “amar” is extremely intense, like a fire burning within your body, “querer” is more for friends, work colleagues, roommates. In English we don’t get to have that difference, so beware of that, please.
To illustrate my point, take my advice: do not even think of translating English into Spanish. Think of Spanish as a different structure, like a new ice cream flavor you’re tasting and trying to figure out its ingredients. Is it cinnamon? Strawberry? Maybe chocolate chips? In the sheer process, you’ll discover it. It’s not as easy as snapping your fingers, but equally satisfying, trust me.
A world full of Spanish love
Of course, my Spanish lovers. The world is full of love and we celebrate it in every little action we do. One of them is language, for me. Why do I say this? Because we are aware that life can be very hard sometimes and that brings us down. My philosophy, dear amigues, is that we can try every day to fight that feeling. How? Well, keep on reading.
First of all, open your heart to all the little things that do some good in your life. A good cup of coffee in the morning? A good song? A home cooked meal? A dinner at a fancy restaurant? A walk with a friend? Anything works and anything can help make your life easier, right? Secondly, embrace the unknown, like your Spanish lessons. Once you do this, you’ll be ready to learn how to say love in Spanish.
Alright, enough chat. Love in Spanish is “Amor”. So different, so similar. “Amor” comes from the homonym Latin word and some debate whether if it’s related to “death” (the Spanish root for that word comes from “mor” / “mors”) or if it means “without death”. Anyway, love pulls us together and make us stronger everyday. Now you can add some “Amor” to your new words in Spanish!
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