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Say "I love you" in multiple languages

 
 
NovemberRain
 
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Reply Mon 26 Sep, 2005 10:10 pm
indonesian : "saja kasih saudari" is no longer used.
thanks.
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alan041677
 
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Reply Thu 19 Jan, 2006 03:11 am
in Filipino
In the Philippines : Mahal Kita/ Iniibig kita
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Zimmy
 
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Reply Fri 20 Jan, 2006 07:05 am
in Poland we say : Kocham Cię.
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dadpad
 
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Reply Wed 1 Feb, 2006 09:15 pm
Elvish
Quenya The formal or royal language of the elves

Le meluvan úne ar alye lúmessen tenna nurucilie.
I love you for better or worse until death do us part

A helta ar caita caimanna!
take off your clothes and lay on the bed
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ronandylon
 
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Reply Sat 11 Feb, 2006 02:40 am
chinese:
我爱你
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elkos
 
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Reply Tue 28 Mar, 2006 06:36 pm
gracie.girl wrote:
Greek: S'agapo
(pronounced sa-ga-po)

and writen Σ'αγαπώ
also there is the S'agapao variant (writen:Σ'αγαπάω) which I personally use due to its unformal character
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overthere
 
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Reply Tue 4 Apr, 2006 07:08 pm
in hindi Wink

male-to-female:main tumse pyaar karta hoon.

female-to-male:main tumse pyaar karti hoon.
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D1Doris
 
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Reply Tue 25 Apr, 2006 02:00 pm
Correction:

Catalan: T'estimo (molt)
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translatorcz
 
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Reply Tue 22 Aug, 2006 04:20 am
Chinese(Madarin): wo3(war) ai4(aye) ni3(nee)
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cge04
 
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Reply Sat 26 Aug, 2006 03:09 am
lemonegg2001 posted:
Quote:
Filipine: Mahal kita, iniibig kita


To be exact you dont spell it Filipine when your in the Philippines, it is more local if it is Filipino or Tagalog.

Phonetics
Mahal kita
Ma- pronounce it as mo of mother
hal- pronounce it as hal of halloween
ki- pronounce it as key of keyword
ta- pronounce it as ta of tap

practice it by word, start with "mahal" then "kita"..... and there you go!
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Amarinth
 
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Reply Thu 15 Jan, 2009 01:48 pm
I love you in Irish is " Tá mé chomh mór sin i ngrá leat " I would type it phonetically, so that everyone could pronounce it, but you still wouldn't be able to. Irish is hard for non-fluent speakers to understand or pronounce.
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hopeless
 
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Reply Mon 2 Mar, 2009 06:16 am
@Sugasuga,
hi there,
actually there is no such language as chinese, its either cantonese or mandarin.
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RAJPUT
 
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Reply Tue 7 Jul, 2009 06:22 am
@kickycan,
IN HINDI AND URDU
MUJJHEY TUM SE PYARR HAI
IN BENGALI
WALAWACHI
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gabikuska
 
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Reply Sun 23 May, 2010 04:21 am
@Thok,
Ľúbim ťa - common way to say I love you
Milujem ťa - I love you but meant with more emphasis than Ľúbim ťa (there is no equivalent for this in english)
Mám ťa rád - I like you (male)
Mám ťa rada - I like you (female)
Zbožňujem ťa (I adore you, or literally, I god-ify you)
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Francis
 
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Reply Sun 23 May, 2010 04:34 am
Gabikuska wrote:
Ľúbim ťa

fakt pekne!
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msolga
 
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Reply Sun 23 May, 2010 05:00 am
In Ukrainian: я тебе кохаю (ja tebe koxaju)

(Don't correct me, Francis. I got that via Google)
Francis
 
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Reply Sun 23 May, 2010 06:05 am
@msolga,
Why would I, msolga?

There's nothing to correct when you say these words with your heart..
msolga
 
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Reply Sun 23 May, 2010 06:50 am
@Francis,
Smile

Because you'd know, Francis.
And sadly, I don't.

Francis
 
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Reply Sun 23 May, 2010 06:54 am
@msolga,
Yes, msolga, I know when one talks with his heart, no matter the language..
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msolga
 
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Reply Sun 23 May, 2010 06:56 am
You would make an excellent diplomat, Francis! Smile
 

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