8 French Expressions About Love From Around The World
Try expressing your love in French with these romantic phrases from France, Cameroon, Canada, Haiti, Senegal and other French-speaking countries.
14 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Valentine’s Day Traditions Around The World
Black noodles, suggestive spoons and pig presents? Sign us up.
Love Songs In Other Languages To Serenade Your Partner With
Our language experts created this optimized playlist that can help you woo anyone. Just kidding, please don’t try to do that.
Does ‘Love’ Mean The Same Thing In Every Language?
In the English language, ‘love’ is a catch-all term for many different kinds of feelings. This is only partly why English speakers are so comfortable slinging it around.
The Language Of Being Single: Terms For Singles From Around The World
Please don’t use any of these terms to describe people.
Sharing Everything, Even Language: Stories Of Couples Learning For Love
Love makes us do crazy things. And not so crazy things, like learning a language.
Love, Culture And Other Languages: Differences In Romance Across Europe
In case you hadn’t noticed, Valentine’s Day is here. To celebrate the quirks and joys of pan-European dating, here’s an investigative deep dive into the cultural differences in love and relationships across the continent.
Jargon Watch: Modern Dating Slang And The Language Of Love
Are young people and/or media publications just making up new dating terms for sport these days? Maybe, but here’s what they mean anyway.
Why Should You Date A Polyglot?
The average language nerd is a pretty good catch. And not just because they might agree to double as your language tutor.
The Astrology Of Dating In Other Countries
Generally speaking, getting a date in Germany requires a very different approach than getting a date in Brazil. Here’s what astrology has to say about this.
Are The Five Love Languages Relevant In Other Countries?
Do ‘words of affirmation’ and ‘quality time’ mean the same thing everywhere in the world? Truth be told, they don’t even mean the same thing to individual people living in the same country.