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I was just wondering how do you say +I Love You+ on your language!

==SERBIAN==

VOLIM TE!!! :heart: :heart:

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====Flemish/Dutch=====

Ik hou van je/u. (depending on how formal you want to get).

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yay, another thread about Rhett! :clap:

where I live, it's "hey, you want to go to the Habs game?"

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Someone could make a thread about me:

How do you say "you suck" in your native language. :shifty:

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where I live, it's "Herv

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Arabic: Ana Behibak (to a guy)

German: Ich liebe Dich

Greek: S' ayapo

Italian: Ti amo

Spanish: Te amo

Chinese: 我愛你 (Mandarin: Wo ai ni; Cantonese: Ngow oy nay)

Korean: 나는 너를 사랑한다 (Tangsinul sarang ha yo)

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Arabic: Ana Behibak (to a guy)

German: Ich liebe Dich

Greek: S' ayapo

Italian: Ti amo

Spanish: Te amo

Chinese: 我愛你 (Mandarin: Wo ai ni; Cantonese: Ngow oy nay)

Korean: 나는 너를 사랑한다 (Tangsinul sarang ha yo)

spanish ppl would rather say "te quiero" no ?

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Arabic: Ana Behibak (to a guy)

German: Ich liebe Dich

Greek: S' ayapo

Italian: Ti amo

Spanish: Te amo

Chinese: 我愛你 (Mandarin: Wo ai ni; Cantonese: Ngow oy nay)

Korean: 나는 너를 사랑한다 (Tangsinul sarang ha yo)

spanish ppl would rather say "te quiero" no ?

I've heard both...pretty often... *shrugs*

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kocham cię

is Polish

and "te quiero" is about wanting, not loving...

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Arabic: Ana Behibak (to a guy)

German: Ich liebe Dich

Greek: S' ayapo

Italian: Ti amo

Spanish: Te amo

Chinese: 我愛你 (Mandarin: Wo ai ni; Cantonese: Ngow oy nay)

Korean: 나는 너를 사랑한다 (Tangsinul sarang ha yo)

spanish ppl would rather say "te quiero" no ?

I've heard both...pretty often... *shrugs*

I am using what they taught me in Spanish class :idk:

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i've always been taugh "te quiero"... te amo is the literal translation since amar= to love but i think the phrase "i love you" is "te quiero"... That is what I have been taught lol... We should ask Gocho or some other person fluent in spanish :ninja:

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