Language Of Love

Love is a universal language, but sometimes, saying a simple “I love you” doesn’t accurately express what you really feel. In this way, the English language falls short of conveying your true emotions, that I know very well…

Luckily, there’s a way to bridge the gap. We can adopt words from other cultures that aren’t translatable into English, but they mean what we’re trying to say.

In a series called Language of Love, Argentine designer Jazmin Batista helpfully reveals and defines these terms in both words and with a charming illustration.

Once you become acquainted with these phrases, you’ll no longer be at a loss for words when it comes to love. 

That said, I can’t wait to forelsket again.

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