Today we will learn some romantic words and phrases in Spanish. I had originally planned to write this article the weekend when Colombia celebrated "El Día de Amor y Amistad" (the day of love and friendship). In Colombia, the celebration of "El Día de Amor y Amistad" is kind of like Valentine's Day in the States.
I gave my "novia" (girlfriend) "chocolates" y "rosas." And a "peluche" (stuffed animal).
The "peluche" was a "peluche de Los Pitufos." Do you know who "Los Pitufos" are in English?
"Los Pitufos" is the Spanish word for "The Smurfs."
The weekend of "El Día de Amor y Amistad" "paseamos" (we went away) to a "pueblito" (little town). So I didn't get to send the email then. And considering that Latinos have a reputation for being hot blooded, intense, passionate lovers, an email covering this topic would be appropriate for "El Día de Amor y Amistad." So here are "10 frases románticas" that you can say to your "novio/a," (boyfriend/girlfriend), "amante" (lover), "esposo/a" (spouse).