He's American I'm not, I have trouble understanding him because of culture difference and not a language barrier.
I just want someone (preferably American) to tell me, do you casually say "love you" to a friend? Does it have to mean you like her more than a friend?
He's said it twice this month. We have been friends for about 3-4 months.
Thanks for all the replies ❤️
Most Helpful Guy
In English, we have one word - "love" - that is used to denote platonic love, familial love, romantic love. Romantic love is usually (but not always) expressed as "I am IN love with you." When an available person has a friendly relationship with a member of the opposite sex, they may say "I love you" to mean that they love them as a friend, or they may be suggesting that they are feeling more than just friendship. It is an ambiguous statement.2
Most Helpful Girl
It mean I love you! I tell people I care I love you!1