…and Spanish is a romantic language.

I have a special Spanish Valentine’s Day lesson for you today.

Along with Italian, French Portuguese and Romanian, Spanish is a romance language.

Yes, the term romance is about Spanish deriving from the language of the Romans, but it is also a romantic sound.

So, in honor of St Valentine’s Day this year, I have created a special Spanish lesson for February 14.

Many of the sentences structures use the Synergy verb, Brick verb and Mortar Word patterns form Synergy Spanish.

But even if you haven’t done that course, you’ll still be able to get a lot from this lesson.

And if you have done Synergy Spanish, you’ll see just how easy it is to talk about any theme you want with the patterns you already know.

Here’s the first Spanish that you’ll hear from Elena just before you start interacting with the video and speaking Spanish.

El Día de San Valentín es una celebración tradicional en la que los amigos, enamorados, novios o esposos expresan su amor o cariño mutuamente. Se celebra el 14 de febrero. En algunos países se llama Día de los Enamorados y en otros Día del Amor y la Amistad.

Here’s the translation

St Valentine’s Day is a traditional celebration in which the friends, lovers, boyfriends and girlfriends, husbands and wives mutually express their love and affection.

It is celebrated on the 14th of February. In some countries it is called day of the lovers and in others day of the love and the friendship.

…and here’s your video lesson

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