We say 'Te dua' in Albanian
I guess I taking notes haha
Japanese: 愛してる (Aishiteru)
It's not so common for Japanese people to say this though. They more often just express "like" instead of "love".
I'm also not sure if Japanese is really "my language". It was my first language and there was a time when I didn't know English at all, but I think I became better at English over the years.
I'm an American so a big disappointment for language differences.
So you know it already, it's "I love you"
However, since my girlfriend is Finnish and i'm not sure how many Finnish people we could have here. I'd say it in Finnish too.
Rakastan Sinua or Minä Rakstan Sinua
I see no scandinavians? WHY?
"Jeg elsker dig"
I'm from Denmark.
"I... like... you... a bit..."
That's how we say it in England
میں تم سے محبت کرتا ہوں
Pronunciation: Mein aapse muhabbat karta hun
Pronunciation: uHibbuka or uHibbik (with a hard H)
french je t'aime
the locals here say "saranghae"
Ech hunn dech gären
which also just means "I like you"
I love you-English. Je t'aime-French. Te amo-Spanish and Latin. Ich liebe dich-German
I ❤ U
English: I love you
Kocham cie. Polish
We say "I love you almost as much as I love freedom bald eagles and guns" in American
we say "I love you" in English
from mouth. 😁
ami tomake (or apnake) bhalobashi
I like the Urdu one better
Main apse mohabbat karti hoon
or mujhe aapse mohabbat hai (I don't if I said it right)
There are four ways of saying "I love you" in Portuguese:
"Eu Amo-te" , "Amo-te" - European Portuguese
"Eu te amo" , "Te Amo" - Brazilian Portuguese
3 squeezes on her hand or leg
Seni seviyorum. Turkish
Volim te (in Montenegrin and in a few other similar languages of ex Yugoslavia).
in my ex's language its oute alofa ia oe
I'm from Belgium so
-Ik hou van jou
-Ich liebe dich
uhibuka for guy, uhibuki for girl and in arabic this is how u write it احبك
In Swedish, it's "Jag älskar dig" :)
Waan ku jeclahay -somali
jeg elsker dig..
I love you
אני אוהב אותך
Aka: Ani oev otah
In English it's.. I love you lol
I love you in my second language it can be te amo or me enamorado
사랑해 in Korean
Es tevi mīlu
Eu te amo
(Eu) te amo
(Eu) amo você
Eu a amo
Eu o amo
אני אוהב אותך:
Pronounced: "Ani Ohev Otach." (Hebrew, male tense)
Jag älskar dig. (Swedish).
Jeg elsker deg (Norwegian)
Eu amo você (BR Portuguese)
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