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French Love Phrases – Romantic Words And Vocabulary

French Love Phrases – Romantic Words And Vocabulary

French Love Phrases – Romantic Words And Vocabulary

Do you have a French honey that you’d like to snuggle up to? On this page you’ll find a rather complete list of French love phrases, vocabulary and expressions for love.

Romantic couple

This list includes phrases you can use when you’re on a date in France. We’ve purposely included everything in both masculine and feminine forms as these change depending on who’s speaking and to whom you’re speaking.

Basic dating expressions

  • Je t’aime! I love you!
  • Je l’aime beaucoup! I love him/her a lot!
  • Est-ce que tu m’aimes? Do you love me?
  • Je sais que tu m’aimes! I know you love me!
  • Pourquoi est-ce que tu ne m’aimes pas? Why don’t you love me?
  • Je t’adore! I adore you!
  • Tu es très beau! You are very handsome!
  • Tu es très belle! You are very beautiful!
  • Tu es très jolie! You are very pretty!
  • J’aime ton sourire! I love your smile!
  • Tu as de beaux yeux! You have beautiful eyes!
  • Je pense que tu es tres mignon! I think you’ve very cute (to a male)
  • Je pense que tu es tres mignonne! I think you’re very cute (to a female)
  • Prends moi dans tes bras! Hug me!
  • Embrasser To kiss
  • Embrasse-moi! Kiss me!
  • Embrasse-moi comme tu m’aimes! Kiss me like you love me!
  • Prends-moi la main! Take my hand!
  • J’ai envie de t’embrasser! I want to kiss you!
  • J’ai envie de faire l’amour avec toi. I want to make love to you!
  • Je pense à toi. I am thinking about you.
  • Je pense à toi sans cesse! I’m thinking about you nonstop!
  • Je pense à elle. I’m thinking about her.
  • Je pense à lui. I’m thinking about him.
  • Je ne peux pas vivre sans toi! I can’t live without you!
  • Je suis amoureux. (said by a man) I am in love.
  • Je suis amoureuse. (said by a woman) I am in love.
  • Tu est l’homme de mes rêves. You are the man of my dreams.
  • Tu est la femme de mes rêves. You are the woman of my dreams.
  • Tu es l’amour de ma vie. You are the love of my life.
  • Veux-tu m’épouser? Do you want to get married?
  • Je veux passer ma vie avec toi! I want to spend my life with you!
  • Tu me rends heureux! You make me happy (to a male)
  • Tu me rends heureuse! You make me happy (to a female)
  • Je suis fou de toi! I’m crazy about you! (said by a male)
  • Je suis folle de toi! I’m crazy about you! (said to a female)
  • J’ai envie de toi! I want you!
  • J’ai besoin de toi! I need you!

On a date, small talk

  • Je t’invite a boire un verre? Can I buy you a drink?
  • Je t’invite à boire un coup? Can I buy you a drink?
  • Je t’invite! My treat!
  • Tu me trouves comment? What do you think of me?
  • Je suis encore célibataire. I’m still single.
  • Est-ce que tu es célibataire? Are you single?
  • Est-ce que tu as un petit copain? Do you have a boyfriend?
  • Est-ce que tu as une petite copine? Do you have a girlfriend?
  • Est-ce que tu es marié(e)? Are you married?
  • Est-ce que tu veux sortir avec moi? Do you want to go out with me?
  • Est-ce que tu aimes cette musique? Do you like this music?
  • Est-ce que tu veux danser avec moi? Do you want to dance with me?
  • Tu dances bien! You dance well!
  • Je ne sais pas danser! I don’t know how to dance!
  • Est-ce que tu as des frères ou des soeurs? Do you have any siblings?
  • Qu’est-ce que tu aimes manger? What do you like to eat?
  • Où est-ce que tu travailles? Where do you work?
  • Où est-ce que tu habites? Where do you live?
  • Quels sont tes loisirs? What are your hobbies?
  • Tu habites dans la région depuis longtemps? Have you lived in the region for a while?
  • Je t’accompagne a la maison? Shall I bring you home?
  • Je t’invite chez moi! I’m inviting you to my place!
  • On passe la nuit ensemble? Shall we spend the night together?
  • On peut se revoir? Shall we see each other again?
  • J’aimerais te revoir. I’d like to see you again
  • Je te téléphone demain? Shall I call you tomorrow?


  • Désolé(e), je suis déjà marié(e)! Sorry, I’m already married.
  • Désolé(e), j’ai déjà un petit copain. Sorry, I already have a boyfriend.
  • Désolé(e), j’ai déjà une petite copaine. Sorry, I already have a girlfriend.
  • Ma femme est là-bas! My wife is over there!
  • Mon mari est là-bas! My husband is over there!
  • Désolé(e), je n’ai plus envie! Sorry, I don’t want to anymore!
  • Je n’aime pas ton comportement! I don’t like your behavior!
  • Non! Je ne peux pas! No! I can’t!
  • Arrête! Stop!
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