You aren’t just studying Russian to read classic literature or cook expert soups.
You might also want someone to share a vodka with on a cold night.
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?
When people think of Russia, they commonly think of snow, hockey, vodka, bears…And while the Russian language can be used to trash talk, to intimidate, or to curse, it’s just as frequently used more intimately to comfort, to compliment and to court.
These romantic phrases will help you see the tender side of a tough (stereotypically, anyway) culture.
Read more about Russian forms of endearment and diminutives in Russian. I hope this selection of words and phrases in Russian will impress your date. Leave a comment a below, I am always happy to hear from you!
Plus, there are benefits to learning romantic expressions besides ramping up your dating life.On the first approach, Russian sounds harsh to English ears.However, as you warm up to the language, begin putting verbs and nouns together, you come to hear the poetry that slips off the tongue. Learning love phrases in Russian is going to be one of your best investments. You can express love without words, but knowing how to say "I love you" is also important, right?For every romantic learners, we have put together many useful phrases an words of love, which we have divided in these 3 sections: Use these love words in any occasion: at the beginning, in the middle or at the end of a conversation. No one gets tired of listening to them, so learn how to say them. Use these compliments to give your opinion about the physical aspect or personal qualities of that person so special for you. Use these words to give a tender nickname in Russian to the person you love (girlfriend, boyfriend, wife, husband,...).