Say "I Love You" in your own way.

"Mahal Kita" - There's so many word how to say "I Love You".
@lynboobsy11 (11346)
Philippines
September 11, 2007 1:18am CST
Hey friends around the world.... How can you say the word "I Love You" in your own language or in your own way? Here in my country we say it "Mahal Kita". How about yours???
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13 responses
@dpk262006 (56104)
• Delhi, India
12 Sep 07
In Hindi, if I have say someone that I love him, I will say - Main aapsey Pyar karta huin. Main = I Aapsey = You Pyar = Love Karta = do
@lynboobsy11 (11346)
• Philippines
12 Sep 07
thanks friend for ltting me know that... have a nice day...
@faith210 (11233)
• Philippines
11 Sep 07
Hi lynboobsy11! We come from the same country but I am from a different region. I am a Kapampangan and here in Pampanga, our dialect is Pampango and here is how we say it in our local dialect, "Kaluguran Daka". So let's all have a love day today and say those I love you's in the internet. Take care and have a love filled day.
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@lynboobsy11 (11346)
• Philippines
12 Sep 07
Yeah your right thanks for the wonderful response... have a nice day filled with love also...
@violeta_va (4834)
• Australia
11 Sep 07
In macedonian we say "te sakam" as in "TE" "SA" "KAM". In serbian (croatian, bosnisn) is "volim te" in bulgarian is "obidjam te"
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@lynboobsy11 (11346)
• Philippines
12 Sep 07
wow, I can't say it for me it's hard hehehe, anyway thanks, have a nice day...
@okwusman1 (2249)
• Abuja, Nigeria
11 Sep 07
In my mother's tongue we say 'afu ngi nanya' that is i love you. i think my language is the best because it contains three words as it is in english. what do you say?
@lynboobsy11 (11346)
• Philippines
11 Sep 07
Thanks, from where is your mom?
@mamasan34 (6521)
• United States
11 Sep 07
In English we say I Love You! hahaha! In my mother's native land of South Korea we say I love you by saying "Saranghee" Kind of like sarong hey in english.
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@lynboobsy11 (11346)
• Philippines
11 Sep 07
Thanks Okay I get hehehe, have a nice day...
@khazeemee (288)
• Philippines
11 Sep 07
same here im also from philippines, it's also MAHAL KITA, but when i feel like childish i say "i yab yeo" instead..:)
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@lynboobsy11 (11346)
• Philippines
11 Sep 07
hehehe baby talk how sweet... thanks have a nice day...
• New Zealand
11 Sep 07
in my language we say .. hamaka tumhare se payaar ba.. LOL
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@lynboobsy11 (11346)
• Philippines
11 Sep 07
In what country are you from?
@abas52 (67)
• India
11 Sep 07
in hindi its mujhe tumse pyaar hai..in urdu its mujhe tumse mohabbat hai..in GUJURATI its mane tara si pyaar che
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@lynboobsy11 (11346)
• Philippines
11 Sep 07
Wow thats great thanks for sharing... Have a nice day...
@wonderful1 (2076)
• China
11 Sep 07
wo ai ni,in my language. you can speak it like this, [w] [i] [ni]. wo=I ai=love ni=you. how to speak Mahal Kita. where are you from? i'm from China. for Chinese, 'i love you' is not easy to speak to others,especially for old generation. how about it in your country?
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@lynboobsy11 (11346)
• Philippines
11 Sep 07
I'm from the Philippines we say it, ma-h`al ki-ta. We speak that in tagalog. Thanks for sharing, have a nice day...
• China
11 Sep 07
I am Chinese," wo ai ni" is means "I love you".I often say "I love you" to my girl friend.We are 1500 kilometres apart.She work in xi'an,but I study in Qingdao,shandong province.We love each other very much,although we have little times to see,to being together.
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@jackxav (660)
• Philippines
14 Sep 07
Im from philippines and i love you is ''GIHIGUGMA KO IKAW.''
@gigades (35)
• Indonesia
14 Sep 07
Aku Cinta Kamu, Aku Tresno Karo Kowe, Abdi bogoh ka anjeun, three languages that I use. Indonesia, Javanese, Sundanese
@prily9 (568)
• Indonesia
12 Sep 07
hi, lynboobsy11. I came from Indonesia and in my country. we say " saya cinta kamu " but that's kinda formal. the words " gue cinta lo" has the same meaning only not formal.