February the 14th, better known as Valentine’s Day, has become an international day of love.
Whether you want to show your partner how much they mean to you, or tell someone for the first time, it is a day of true expression.
Of course, we all have slightly different ways of doing so. One of the most popular ways to do so is to buy that special someone a gift. The classic Valentine’s gifts include chocolates and flowers, usually of the red rose variety.
However, this isn’t the case for everyone. In fact, the traditional gifts are slowly making way for more alternative ones, as you can see in this post from US News, which includes an Amazon Prime subscription and a beer-making it.
For many, it is less about lavishing each other with gifts and more about telling them how you feel.
Of course, they do say that love is a universal language. Despite this, it’s fair to say that we all need a little help expressing our true emotions from time to time. If you tend to find it a little tricky sometimes, perhaps this infographic from flowercard.co.uk could be of some help.
It’s called How To Say ‘I Love You’ In 50 Different Languages, and even presents each phonetically so that it can be better read and understood.
So, if you want to impress a loved one with your ability to speak 50 different languages, take a look below.
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