Russian dating phrases
The romantic phrases presented below won’t just add a few “hot” words and idioms to your vocabulary, but will also help you better understand Russian culture and appreciate the poetic history of the language.
Ready to get a little more flirty and a little more fluent?
This phrase communicates that someone is more than just catching your eye—but stirring you in a way that’ll ensure you don’t forget. Loving your Russian comes naturally to you—it’s something that doesn’t have an off switch and you want him or her to know that this relationship has a life of its own.
I love you like an angel loves God, like a nightingale loves the rose. Because poetry comes as second nature to the native Russian tongue, you’ll need to get creative with your compliments.
Pushkin married the great beauty Natalia Goncharova.
You warm my soul Certainly you can understand, in a country known to get down below -40 °F (a tiny village in Yakutsk has been credited with logging a temperature of -96.2 °F), why telling your significant other that he or she warms the innermost parts of you is a great compliment.
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Hello, and welcome to this Russian lesson on the topic of dating!
You’re looking for someone to be your go-to guy or gal, and if he or she is already close enough for you to feel breath on your face, you can stop looking.
You have awoken something long forgotten inside of me Here’s how to let the person you love know that he or she is doing something for you that others haven’t. It sounds a little cheesy in English, but remember, Russians are poetic by nature.
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