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Courageous Moves: Inviting Someone Out in Spanish

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Courageous Moves: Inviting Someone Out in Spanish


Courageous Moves: Inviting Someone Out in Spanish
Courageous Moves: Inviting Someone Out in Spanish

Why is this skill a game-changer?

Inviting someone out is a bold step that can lead to new relationships or deepen existing ones. In Spanish, crafting the invitation with the right mix of confidence and respect is key. It’s not just about the language; it’s about the cultural nuances that make your approach appropriate and effective.


Today, we're tackling the exciting task of asking someone out in Spanish – and we'll do it with flair and finesse.


Whether you've got your eye on a special someone or you simply want to make new friends in a Spanish-speaking community, knowing how to extend an invitation is invaluable. It can open doors to new experiences and is a fundamental part of social interactions.

And if you're hungry for more Spanish knowledge, remember, there's a FREE class waiting for you! Just comment on this post or email me at miguel@spanishsupertutor.com.


Crafting the Perfect Spanish Invitation

  1. "¿Te gustaría salir conmigo algún día?" (Would you like to go out with me sometime?)

  • A straightforward and polite way to ask someone out.

  1. "¿Qué te parece si vamos a cenar juntos?" (How about we go out to dinner together?)

  • Suggesting a specific activity can make the invitation more appealing.

  1. "Me encantaría invitarte a tomar algo. ¿Cuándo estás libre?" (I’d love to invite you for a drink. When are you free?)

  • Showing enthusiasm and asking for their availability is considerate.

  1. "He oído que este lugar nuevo es genial, ¿te animas a explorarlo conmigo?" (I’ve heard this new place is great, do you feel like exploring it with me?)

  • Sharing a new experience can be an exciting proposition.

  1. "¿Has ido alguna vez a [lugar]? Podríamos ir juntos si te interesa." (Have you ever been to [place]? We could go together if you’re interested.)

  • This shows you are thinking about their interests.

  1. "Me haría mucha ilusión que viniéramos juntos al concierto de [artista]." (I would be thrilled if we could go to [artist’s] concert together.)

  • An invitation to a shared interest like a concert can be very enticing.

  1. "¿Quieres acompañarme a la exposición de arte el próximo fin de semana?" (Would you like to join me at the art exhibition next weekend?)

  • Proposing a specific date and cultural activity shows thoughtfulness.

  1. "Si no tienes planes este viernes, me gustaría salir contigo." (If you don’t have plans this Friday, I would like to go out with you.)

  • Being specific about the time can help in making concrete plans.

  1. "¿Qué opinas de una tarde de café y libros en la librería-café del centro?" (What do you think about an afternoon of coffee and books at the downtown bookstore-cafe?)

  • An invitation that includes a laid-back and intellectual setting.

  1. "Estoy planeando una pequeña aventura este fin de semana, ¿te apuntas?" (I’m planning a little adventure this weekend, are you in?)

  • An intriguing invitation that sparks curiosity.


Approach with confidence but always be ready to accept their response, whether it's a yes or a no, with grace.


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Thanks for reading, Super Learners. Remember, the art of invitation is all about balancing courage with consideration. With these Spanish phrases in your toolkit, you're all set to make the first move!


Miguel Marina

Spanish Super Tutor


It's true that there are myriad ways to learn Spanish today, from online courses to free resources. What sets Spanish Super Tutor apart is our commitment to your learning journey, ensuring you not only learn Spanish but truly live it.

Keywords: Inviting Someone Out in Spanish, Spanish Date Invitation, Spanish Social Phrases

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