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Ways to Say I Love you in Another Language
Friday, January 4, 2008
Author: Garry Gamber


Have you been looking for romantic and provocative ways to say “I Love You” to your special partner? There are numerous different and creative ways to say “I Love You,” but have you ever thought about memorizing “I Love You” in as many foreign languages as possible?Imagine someone whispering to you “Je t’aime” or “Te amo” or “Aloha wau ia ‘oe.” You’d be intrigued, interested, and pleased, wouldn’t you? Well, try several foreign language translations of “I Love You” with a special person in your life and see what happens.




Afrikaans – Ek is lief vir jou


American – Have a beer


Australian – ‘ave another


Arabic - Ana Ahebak / Ana Bahibak


Cantonese – Ngo Oi Nei


Chinese – Gnoy oy na


Danish – Jeg eisker dig


Dutch – Ik hou van jou


English – I love you


Finnish – Mina rakastan sinua


French – Je t’aime / Je t’adore


German – Ich liebe Dich


Greek – S’agapo


Hawaiian – Aloha wau ia ‘oe


Hebrew – Ani ohevet ota


Indonesian – Saya cinta padamu


Italian – Ti amo


Japanese – Anata wa, dai suki desu


Korean – Sa Lang Hae / Na No Sa Lan Hei


Mandarin – Wo Ai Ni


Norwegian – Jeg eisker deg


Persian – Tora Doost Darem


Romanian – Te iubesc


Russian – Ya tebya liubliu


Spanish – Te quiero / Te amo / Yo amor tu


Swahili – Naku panda


Swedish – Jag alskar dig


Swiss German – Ch-ha di garn


Tagolog – Mahal kita / Inilbig kita


Turkish – Seni seviyorum


Vietnamese – Toi yeu em


Do some of the translations above look interesting? Pick out your favorites, then find a good pronouncing dictionary in order to get the sound of the phrase as accurate as possible.

After all, you don’t want “Je t’adore” to sound like “Shut the door.” That would have an entirely different meaning.

Source: Articlesbase.com


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