You’re cute – (noh pwey-doh ehs-peh-rahr pah-rah vohl-vehr ah vehr teh) You’ll need to know these phrases to politely reject an interested suitor from the get-go, or to slow things down – lots of us don’t catch the hint even in our native language: I have a boyfriend/girlfriend – (deh-beh-ree-ah-mohs dahr-nohs oon tee-ehm-poh)I know that last section was a bit negative, but I’m honestly rooting for you here!Here are some phrases to help you take things to the next level: Where do you live?Remember that “a” endings are used when speaking about female subjects, and “o” is for male subjects.Fiancé(e) or serious boyfriend/girlfriend – is usually a dark, sleazy hole in the wall.Swipe left or right to see more examples of the word you’re on.The best part is that Fluent U keeps track of the vocabulary that you’re learning, and it recommends you examples and videos based on the words you’ve already learned.Going out to dance is a great way to find new favorite Spanish songs to later use for listening practice.
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