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HI all! I love You!

 

Its in English!But how is it in your language?Lets try how many ways are there in the world to say it!Its fun!

 

 

Let me start:

In hungarian its : Szeretlek

 

SO ON MFC WE CAN SAY IT IN (41) LANGUAGES:

 

ENGLISH: I Love You

HUNGARIAN: Szeretlek

DUTCH: Ik hou van jou OR Ik zie je graag

FRENCH: Je t'aime

GERMAN: Ich liebe dich

NORVEGIAN: Jeg elsker deg

DANISH: Jeg elsker dig

ESTONIAN: Ma armastan sind (to one person) ; Ma armastan teid (to more people)

SWEDISH: Jag älskar dig

SPANISH: Te quiero

SPANISH2: Te Amo

WELSH: Dwi'n dy garu di

TURKISH: Seni seviyorum

ITALIAN: Ti amo(lovers) and Ti Voglio Bene (friends)

ROMANIAN: Te iubesc

SLOVENIAN: Ljubim te

LEBANESE: Behebak (girl to a boy) Behebik (boy to a girl)

FINNISH: Rakastan sinua

CROATIAN: Volim te/ Ja te volim.

HINDI: Main tumse pyaar karthi hoon

URDU: Main tumse mohabbat karthi hoon

JAPANESE: Aishi-teru

MAORI: Awahau aroha koe

LUXEMBOURGISH: Ech hun dech gär

LATIN: Amo te

RUSSIAN: Ja ljubju tibja

BULGAIAN: Obicham Te

TAGALOG: Minamahal kita

BISAYA: Gimahal ko ikaw

SOUTH AFRICAN: Ek het lief vir jou

MALAYSIAN: Aku Cinta Padamu

SWISS GERMAN: Ich liäbä di (love) and Ich ha di gärn (like)

ARABIC (Egyptian dialect):Bahebik (to a female) and Bahebak (to a male)

POLISH: Kocham cię

CHINESE: Wo Ai ni! (Cantonese dialect: Ngor Oi lei )

MOROCCAN: Ana kan bagheek.

SOUTH ITALIAN DIALECT: T'amu

CRAN LANGUAGE: I'm dreaming my dreams with you

FRISIAN: Ik hâld fan dy

LITHUANIAN: Aš tave myliu

SWAHILI: Naku Penda.

 

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IN LEBANESE:

 

BEHEBAK (when it's a girl saying it to a boy)

BEHEBIK (when it's a boy saying it to a girl)

 

but the prononciation is a bit hard.... u have to force on the "H" when u say it, coz this sound doesn't exist in our alphabet (latin I mean).

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Women tend not to use 'da' very much in Japanese, though, so they'd usually just say "suki yo" or "daisuki!" (the last one is literally "big like!" XD *LOL*) ^_^

 

This thread reminds me of a Eurovision song...

 

It's my way to say I want you

S' agapo, je t'aime, I love you

Te amo, o pashut ohev otakh

It's my way to say I want you

S' agapo, je t'aime, I love you

Te amo ve'ohev otakh

Ohev otaaaaaaaaaakh

 

XD

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