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Get ready for February in Russia:
Defenders of the Fatherland Day – the holiday that lingers from Soviet times on the 23rd; and a new holiday imported from the West – Valentine’s Day on the 14th.

Congratulating the men:

С днем защитника отечества! Happy Defenders of the Fatherland day!

С праздником, дорогие мужчины! Happy holiday, dear men!

Поздравляю! Congratulations!

Congratulating the lover:

С Днем всех влюбленных! Happy Valentine’s Day!

Я тебя люблю! I love you!

Ты моя валентинка! You’re my valentine!

Or the wannabe lover:

Ты мне очень нравишься! А я тебе? I really like you! And you like me?

Будешь моей возлюбленной? Will you be my sweetheart?

Давай отметим день влюбленных вместе! Let’s celebrate Valentine’s day together!

Looking for a date on Valentine’s? (or any other day)

У тебя есть планы на вечер? Do you have plans this evening?

Давай сходим куда-нибудь! Let’s go out somewhere!

Я хочу пригласить тебя в ресторан/кафе/ бар/кино. I’d like to take you to a restaurant/café/bar/cinema. (NB, this means you’re paying).

Как насчет кофе? How do you feel about getting a coffee?

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