3410 ways to say

"Will you marry me" in different languages. Photo: Dreamstime

Here is a list of how to say "Will You Marry Me?" in many languages!

Afrikaans: Sal jy met my trou?

Arabic: Tahib tajawazini?

Catalan: Vols casar-te amb mi?

Chinese: Chin Ja Gay Wu Hao Ma?

Czech: Chces si me vz? za zenu?

Danish: Vil du gifte dig med mig?


English: Will you marry me?

Finnish: Menetk?kanssani naimisiin?

French: veux-tu m'?ouser ?

Gaelic Irish: An bp?faidh t?m?

Gaelic Scottish: Am p? thu mi?

German: Willst Du mich heiraten?

Hindi: Tum Mujhse Shaadi Karogi?

Italian: Vuoi sposarmi?

Japanese: kekkon shite kudasai? or kekkon shiyou?

Madarin: ???????

Nepali: timi masanga biha garchau?

Norwegian: Vil du gifte deg med meg?

Polish: O?enisz si?ze mn??

Portuguese: Queres casar comigo?


Russian: Zhenischa-li ty na mne?

Slovak: Chcel by si si ma vziat?

Slovene: Bi se poro?l z mano?

Spanish: ?Te quieres casar conmigo?

Swedish: Vill du gifta dig med mig?

Tamil: ennai thirumanam saeivaya?

Telugu: Nuvvu Nannu Pelli Chesukuntaava?

Turkish: Benimle evlenir misin?

Urdu: Kiya tum mujh say shaadi karo gee?

Vietnam: Em đồng ý làm vợ anh nhé?

5 interesting facts about marriage

1. Married couples need to spend more time together.

Due to jobs, kids, TV, the Internet, hobbies, and home and family responsibilities, the average married couple spends just four minutes a day of focused alone time together, according to iMom.

2. Marrying a partner from an affair rarely works out.

Over 75% of people who marry partners from an affair eventually divorce.

3. Marrying young is a greater risk.

Marrying younger than age 25 dramatically raises the divorce risk. Also, the divorce risk is higher when the woman is much older than the man, though the reverse isn’t as strong of a factor.

4. Cohabiting before marriage can pose a greater long-term relational risk.

There have been studies that show a higher divorce rate and lower level of marital satisfaction among couples who cohabitated before tying the knot. Several factors could be unplanned pregnancies leading to an ill-conceived marriage, the lack of a definitive decision to commit, and couples who normally would have broken up had they not been living together.

5. People in happy marriages tend to be more productive at work.

Approximately $6 billion in revenue is lost by American businesses as a result of decreased worker productivity linked to marriage hardship. Employees in a happy marriage, in contrast, tend to increase a company’s bottom line.

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