It’s the Love month! You might be preparing for that much-awaited date with your loved ones or still thinking about how to say those three magical words. Take a closer look and try to memorise. Who knows? You might need this when you had the chance to travel around the world, or you may want to say “I love you” to your special someone in a more unique and romantic form of language.
Chinese Mandarin: Wo ai ni
Czech: Miluji tě
Filipino: Mahal kita
French: Je t’aime
German: Ich liebe dich
Greek: Se agapó
Ani ohevet otcha (female speaking to a male)
Ani ohevet otach (male speaking to a female)
Main tumse pyar kartha hoon. (Male speaking)
Main tumse pyar karthee hoon. (Female speaking)
Italian: Ti amo
Swahili: Ninakupenda or Nakupenda
Saranghae (casual way)
Saranghaeyo (formal way)
Saranghamnida (most formal way)
Polish: Kocham Cię
Portuguese: Eu te amo
Russian: Ya tebya lyublyu
Te quiero (for friends and family)
Te amo (for someone special)
Swedish: Jag älskar dig
Thai: Phom rak khun
Turkish: Seni Seviyorum
Anh yêu em (male to female)
Em yêu anh (female to male)
Tôi yêu bạn (friend to friend)
Love is a universal language understood worldwide but with different cultures and languages comes the unique ways of saying I love you. However, let us not forget that the best way to express how much you love a person is by action. Romantic words combined with quality time, sincere gestures and pure intentions will make each other feel loved.
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