Sexy Foreign Phrases: Expressions of Love and Lust in French, Italian and Spanish (and

Have you ever noticed how much sexier things sound when they're said in a foreign language? Given that fact,
you could probably seduce somebody just by whispering the ingredients of a croque-monsieur in their ear --
provided they don't know their jambon from their fromage.
But if you really want to sound impressive, you'll want to be able to do more than just recite a grocery list. You'll
want words filled with amor, fuego, and passione. And we're here to help.
We've translated some essential phrases into the most fantastically sexy and romantic languages we could find.
And then we also translated them into Hungarian. Why? Because the founder of our company is Hungarian and
offered to translate. Besides, you never know when you might be in Budapest and find your soulmate.
So read up, and soon you too will be speaking the international language of love.

When You Want To Start a Conversation
Say you're in a bar in Milan. You see someone attractive across the room. Start with one of these. Of course,
when they start speaking to you fluently in Italian, you're on your own.
Hello, beautiful (or handsome). Can I buy you a drink?

French: Bonjour, ma belle (mon beau). Pourrais-je vous offrir a boire?

Spanish: Hola, guapo/bonito (guapa/ bonita). Puedo comprarle una bebida?

Italian: Ciao, bella (bello). Posso offrirti qualcosa da bere?

Hungarian: Szia jokepu. Fizethetek Neked egy piat?

Would you like to dance with me?

French: Voulez-vous danser avec moi?

Spanish: Te gustaria bailar conmigo?

Italian: Balliamo?

Hungarian: Akarsz velem tancolni?

Has anyone ever told you you look like ______.

French: Est-ce qu'on t'as deja dit que tu ressembles vachement a Gerard Depardieu?

Spanish: Nadie te a diche que te parecerse a Antonio Banderas?

Italian: Ti hanno mai detto che sei identica ad Sophia Loren?

Hungarian: Mondtak mar neked, hogy ugy nezel ki mint a Zsazsa Gabor?

When You Need a Handy Pick-Up Line
Let's be honest: glib pick-up lines sound cheesy in English. But hey, you never know. They might sound
fabulous when uttered in a romance language-especially if the recipient doesn't know what you're saying.
Come here often?

French: Venez-vous ici souvent?

Spanish: Viene aqui a menudo o seguido?

Italian: Vieni spesso qui?

Hungarian: Gyakran jarsz ide?

Is it hot in here, or is it just you?

French: Fait-il chaud ici, ou c'est juste vous?

Spanish: Hace calor aqui o eres tu el que esta caliente?

Italian: Fa cosi caldo qui o e la tua presenza?

Hungarian: Itt ilyen meleg van vagy Te futesz engem?

Kiss me, I speak ________. (The "_______," of course, being whatever language you happen to be speaking).

French: Embrassez-moi, je parle francais.

Spanish: Besame, yo hablo espanol.

Italian: Baciami, parlo italiano.

Hungarian: Csokolj meg, en beszelek magyarul.

When You Want To Express Your Affection
These sweet nothings are definitely not first-date material. When you're a little further along in your
relationship, however, you may use them with abandon to make your partner swoon.
I love you.

French: Je t'aime.

Spanish: Te amo.

Italian: Ti amo.

Hungarian: Szeretlek.

You're my soulmate.

French: Vous êtes mon soulmate.

Spanish: Tu es mi compañero del alma.

Italian: Sei la mia anima gemella.

Hungarian: Ugy erzem, hogy a lelki testverem vagy.

I want to spend the rest of my life with you.

French: Je veux passer la reste de ma vie avec vous.

Spanish: Quiero compartir el resto de mi vida contigo.

Italian: Voglio passare il resto della mia vita con te.

Hungarian: En Veled szeretnem leelni az eletem hatralevo reszet.

Do you know what a pre-nuptial agreement is?

French: Connais-tu les contrats de mariage?

Spanish: Sabes que es un acuerdo prenupcial?

Italian: Sai cos'e un accordo prematrimoniale?

Hungarian: Akarsz csinalni hazassag elotti szerzodest?

When You're Not Afraid of Getting Slapped
Okay, so nobody really slaps anymore. But these bon mots will leave little doubt of your intentions. Use them
I'd sure like to see you naked!

French: Je voudrais vous voir a poil!

Spanish: Me gustaria verte desnudo!

Italian: Mi piacerebbe da pazzi vederti nuda (nudo)!

Hungarian: Szeretnelek latni ruha nelkul!

Your place or mine?

French: On va chez toi ou chez moi?

Spanish: En tu casa o en la mia?

Italian: Da te o da me?

Hungarian: Hozzad vagy hozzam megyunk?

There's a party in my pants and you're invited!

French: Il y a une fete dans mon slip et je t'y invite!

Spanish: Hay una fiesta en mi pantalones, y estas invitanda/do!

Italian: C'e un party nelle mie mutande e sei invitata (invitato)!

Hungarian: Az en nadragomban tortenik valami amire szivesen meghivnalak!

When It's Time To Get Down To Business
Okay. So it's time. You've gotten past all the formalities and it's just the two of you. (Or three, whatever). This is
where the real seduction begins.
I want you (desperately). "Desperately" is optional; use as needed to indicate urgence).

French: J'ai envie de toi (desesperement).

Spanish: Te quiero (desesperadamente).

Italian: Ti desidero (disperatamente).

Hungarian: En nagyon kivanlak teged.

Make love to me.

French: Fais-moi l'amour.

Spanish: Hazme el amor.

Italian: Facciamo l'amore.

Hungarian: Szeretnek lefekudni veled.

Of course I brought condoms!

French: Bien sur j'ai apporte des preservatifs!

Spanish: Por supuesto yo traje los condones!

Italian: Certo che ho portato i preservativi!

Hungarian: Termeszetesen hoztam gumit!

When It's Time To Put Your Clothes Back On.
No more awkward moments when the fun is over and it's time to go home! Now you'll know the perfect thing to
say for the perfect end to a romantic evening.
That was amazing. Will you please untie me now?

French: C'etait formidable! Pourrais-tu defaire les attaches, s'il te plait?

Spanish: Esto fue asombraso. Por favor puedes desatarme ahora?

Italian: E stato stupendo. Ora mi sleghi per favore?

Hungarian: Ez csodalatos volt. Legy szives most mar kosd ki a csomokat?

Would you mind handing me that towel?

French: Sois gentil et donne-moi une serviette?

Spanish: Me pasas la toalla por favor?

Italian: Mi passeresti quell'asciugamani?

Hungarian: Legy szives add ide nekem azt a turulkozot?

So, same time tomorrow?

French: A la meme heure demain?

Spanish: Nos vemos a la misma hora manana?

Italian: Domani alla stessa ora?

Hungarian: Holnap ugyanebben az idoben, ugye?

So there you have it. You should be so well versed in foreign seduction that you could run your own United
Nations of love. So get out there, make some new friends and do your part for world peace!