How Do You Ask Someone Out in Spanish? [A Tell-All Guide]
Ask someone out in Spanish without getting lost in translation! Maybe you are living in Latin America or met a special someone in your hometown who happens to speak Spanish. Either way, this article will come in handy for you.
Keep reading to find how to ask your crush out, learn funny Spanish pick-up lines, and practice asking questions in Spanish about your date’s preferences and plans.
Dive into the world of flirting and dating in Spanish starting today to give some personal meaning in your language learning process!
¡Aprendamos cómo invitar a alguien a salir en español!
Let’s learn how to ask someone out in Spanish!
Complimenting Someone in Spanish
Complimenting someone is a big part of dating in any language. Something as simple as saying a nice thing about someone’s appearance or personality goes a long way.
The table below includes ideas to give compliments on physical appearance and character when you ask someone to be your girlfriend or boyfriend in Spanish.
|I like your jacket||me gusta tu saco|
|I love your laugh||me encanta tu risa|
|that shirt suits you||esa playera te queda muy bien|
|you always look good||siempre te ves bien|
|you are very kind||eres muy amable|
|you have a beautiful smile||tienes una sonrisa hermosa|
|you have beautiful eyes||tienes unos ojos hermosos|
|you look handsome||estás guapo|
|you look pretty||estás bonita|
|what a pretty skirt||qué linda falda|
Cute Ways to Ask Someone Out in Spanish
How to ask a girl out on a date? How to ask a boy out? First of all you have to keep in mind to be polite and attentive to the other person’s signals.
Start asking simple questions to get to know that special friend but don’t take too long before you find out if they’re available.
Are you ready to ask “are you single?” in Spanish? Check out these questions to ask in Spanish.
|Are you seeing someone?||¿Estás saliendo con alguien?|
|Are you single?||¿Estás soltero/a?|
|Can I ask you out?||¿Puedo invitarte a salir?|
|Do you feel like going dancing?||¿Tienes ganas de ir a bailar?|
|I’m going to the movies tonight. Do you want to come with me?||Voy a ir al cine en la noche. ¿Quisieras venir conmigo?|
|I would like to invite you to my house.||Me gustaría invitarte a mi casa.|
|We can get some coffee if you want.||Podemos ir por un café si quieres.|
|Would you like to go out with me?||¿Quieres salir conmigo?|
|Would you like to have dinner?||¿Te gustaría cenar conmigo?|
How to Flirt with Someone in Spanish
How do you say “flirt” in Spanish? Flirt translates to coquetear, but in some Hispanic countries the term flirtear is acceptable, too.
This section gives you the self-confidence you need to ask someone out in Spanish. Some of these phrases are meant to be funny, or puns, or even cliché—but they are cliché for a reason.
No eres google, pero tienes todo lo que busco.
You aren’t Google but you have everything I’m looking for.
Cuando te multen por exceso de belleza, yo pagaré tu fianza.
When they fine you for excessive beauty, I’ll bail you out.
¿Te dolió? Cuando te caíste del cielo.
Did it hurt when you fell from the sky?
Perdí mi número de teléfono, ¿me das el tuyo?
I lost my phone number, can I have yours?
¿Crees en el amor a primera vista o vuelvo a pasar?
Do you believe in love at first sight or should I come again?
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More Funny Spanish Pickup Lines
¿De qué panadería te escapaste, bizcochito?
From which bakery did you run away, cupcake?
Y Dios dijo: hágase lo más bonito del universo, e hizo a la belleza que está leyendo esto.
And God said: Let there be the prettiest thing in the universe, and made the beauty reading this.
Tienes la sonrisa que quiero darle a mis hijos.
You have the smile I want to give my kids.
Ningún “escribiendo…” me pone tan feliz como el tuyo.
No “typing…” makes me as happy as yours.
¿Eres abogada? Porque desde que te vi perdí el juicio.
Are you a lawyer? Because I lost all judgment since I saw you.
¿No estás cansada? De dar tantas vueltas en mi cabeza.
Aren’t you tired of spinning around in my head?
Dios debe estar distraído porque los ángeles se le están escapando.
God must be distracted because angels are escaping heaven.
¿Qué hace una estrella volando tan bajito?
What’s a star doing flying so low?
Romantic Sayings in Spanish
After you ask someone out in Spanish, things can go really well for you two. Eventually, the dating will evolve into a loving relationship. Learn these romantic Spanish phrases meant for all those special times you’ll have with your significant other.
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|I adore you||te adoro|
|I always think of you||siempre pienso en ti|
|I like you||me gustas|
|I love you||te quiero, te amo|
|I love you like crazy||te quiero como loco/a|
|I love you more than anything in the world||te amo más que a nada en el mundo|
|I love you with all my heart||te quiero con todo el corazón|
|I need you||te necesito|
|I want to be with you for the rest of my life||quiero estar contigo el resto de mi vida|
|I’m in love with you||estoy enamorado/a de ti|
|You are so cute||eres tan lindo/a|
|You are so sweet||eres tan dulce|
|You are the best||eres lo máximo|
|You are the love of my life||eres el amor de mi vida|
|You are the woman/man of my dreams||eres la mujer/el hombre de mis sueños|
Check out: 11 Words to Say Girlfriend in Spanish
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