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Spanish chat up lines – Making out in Spanish

This lesson is part of my “Street Spanish” course which is aimed at giving you all of the necessary Spanish vocabulary and phrases for speaking colloquially in Spanish. This is how Spanish people really speak on the street.

In this lesson we will learn lots of Spanish chat up lines to help you with flirting and making out in Spanish, such as Tienes unos ojos muy bonitos – You have beautiful eyes, ¿Bailamos? – Shall we dance?, Te invito a cenar – I would like to buy you dinner, and ¿Por qué no vamos a un sitio más tranquilo? – Why don’t we go somewhere quieter?. I have had many requests from students and blog users for more information related to Spanish chat up lines and making out in Spanish and I have just posted various lessons on the topic of “Love”. I hope everyone finds the series useful and interesting.

I would like to invite you to add you own additional Spanish vocabulary and phrases relevant to this topic. I have listed here the Spanish vocabulary and phrases that I can think of, but for sure there are many many more and I would love to hear your suggestions. Please use the comment form with this post.

Spanish chat up lines – Making out in Spanish:

Ligar: To make out with/To get off with
Flirtear/Coquetear: To flirt
Una frase para ligar: A chat-up line

¿Tienes novio?: Do you have a boyfriend?
¿Tienes novia?: Do you have a girlfriend?
¿Estas soltero/a?: Are you single?
Eres muy guapa: You are very pretty
Eres muy guapo: You are very handsome
Eres muy sexy: You are very sexy
Eres espectacular: You are spectacular
Me gustas mucho: I like you a lot
Me encanta estar contigo: I love being with you
Me vuelves loco/a: You drive me crazy
Estoy loco/a por ti: I am crazy about you
Te deseo: I want/desire you
Tienes unos ojos muy bonitos: You have beautiful eyes
Tienes una sonrisa muy bonita: You have a beautiful smile
Nunca he visto a nadie tan guapo/a como tú: I have never seen anyone as good looking as you
¿Bailamos?: Shall we dance?
Te invito a tomar algo: I would like to buy you a drink
Te invito a cenar: I would like to buy you dinner
Me lo estoy pasando genial contigo: I am having a great time with you
¿Por qué no vamos a un sitio más tranquilo?: Why don’t we go somewhere quieter?
¿Puedo llevarte a tu casa en mi coche?: Can I give you a lift home?
¿Quieres entrar para tomar un café?: Would you like to come in for a coffee?
Me gustaría volver a verte: I would like to see you again
Tengo muchas ganas de verte otra vez: I am really looking forward to seeing you again
¿Quieres hacer algo mañana?: Do you want to do something tomorrow?
¿Puedes darme tu número de teléfono?: Can you give me your telephone number?
Te llamaré: I’ll give you a call
¿Quieres casarte conmigo?: Will you marry me?

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