With Dream Singles being a dating site that celebrates and appreciates culture, we just had to talk a little bit about language. What language is common to all nations, tribes, colors, religions and races? You guessed it, love.
Love, also known as the universal language, can bring people together from all walks of life and melt away differences. So why not let love speak in all languages this Valentine’s Day? Why not get out of your comfort zone and send your special someone a love message in their language?
It’s 2021 and it’s time to start living life and showing love to everyone you know. We may not be able to choose what happens to us or how someone treats us, but we can always choose to love through the chaos of life.
How to Say “I Love You” in Russian
Though learning the Russian language comes with its own set of challenges, transliterations are very helpful in the process. The transliteration of how to say “I love you” in Russian is Ya lyublu vas. Keep this in mind as you continue to learn more Russian phrases. It will help you a great deal in the future.
Another way to find out how to say I love you in Russian is to understand what it should sound like. When you’re picking up phrases from another language, it’s useful to associate it with phrases in English. For instance, saying “I love you” in Russian sounds like “yellow blue bus” in English (hear pronunciation). The more you attach these new phrases to English sounds, the better your chances are at remembering them. Because what good is learning a phrase if you can’t recall it later?
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How to Say “Happy Valentine’s Day” in 10 Common Languages
Don’t be afraid to let love speak in all languages this Valentine’s Day. Do you have a Spanish speaking friend? Perfect. Wish them a Happy Valentine’s Day in Spanish! Maybe you have a sweetheart in Russia that you want to say Happy Valentine’s Day to. No time like the present!
Here’s how to say Happy Valentine’s Day in other languages:
- Russian – С днем Святого Валентина
- German – Fröhlichen Valentinstag
- Spanish – Feliz día de San Valentín
- Italian – Buon San Valentino
- French – Joyeuse saint Valentin
- Chinese – 情人節快樂 (Qíngrén jié kuàilè)
- Hindi – वैलेंटाइन्स दिवस मुबारक हो (vailentains divas mubaarak ho)
- Arabic – عيد حب سعيد (eyd hubun saeid)
- Portuguese – Feliz Dia dos namorados
- Japanese – 幸せなバレンタインデー (Shiawasena barentaindē)