SAY "I LOVE YOU" IN YOUR LANGUAGE ???

India
November 5, 2006 8:51pm CST
"MEIN TUMSE PYAAR KARTA HOON" IN MY LANGUAGE... WATS UR...
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@nichjake (524)
• United States
6 Nov 06
I love you but sometimes I say Te Amo, which is latin
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6 Nov 06
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@Khadine (118)
• Jamaica
6 Nov 06
we mainly say I love you. But in our Jamaica Creole we say 'Mi luv yuh"
• India
6 Nov 06
thanks 4 ur response....
• India
6 Nov 06
iiiiiiiii llllllloooooooooooovvvvvvvveeeeeeeeee uuuuuuuuuu
• India
6 Nov 06
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@tvnaresh (1583)
• India
6 Nov 06
"nenu ninnu premistunnanu" (Telugu)....
• India
6 Nov 06
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@shrys03 (1016)
• Philippines
6 Nov 06
mahal kita or iniibig kita in philippines.. :d
• India
6 Nov 06
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@moneymind (10524)
• Philippines
6 Nov 06
it is 'mahal kita' in filipino. greetings. : )
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6 Nov 06
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• United States
6 Nov 06
je t'aime (French)
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6 Nov 06
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@dotskie (45)
• Philippines
6 Nov 06
In the Philippines we have several languages, but the main one is Tagalog: I love you in tagalog is "Mahal Kita". In my dialect which is waray, also a Filipino language its "Hinihigugma Kita".
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6 Nov 06
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@jondun (79)
• United States
6 Nov 06
I love you
• India
6 Nov 06
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