It’s a much friendlier and less financially-focused way to offer, in my opinion.
There’s so many aspects of cross-cultural relationships that I want to talk about, so I had to start somewhere.
(kee-see-eh-rahs sah-leer kohn-mee-goh)I’ll pay –Yo te invito.
(yoh teh een-vee-toh)In Spanish, you literally say, “I invite you” to whatever it is that you’re footing the bill for.
Here are some phrases to help you take things to the next level: Where do you live?
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