I LOVE YOU, I MISS YOU, Tell me these words in your mothertoungue.
December 3, 2008 12:17am CST
I like to learn more languages. And i love to know more and more languages. I girlfriend said mi I LOVE YOU yesterday in 4 languages. Now I want your help. Just tell me How will you say, "I LOVE YOU" and " I MISS YOU" in your language???? And please specify your language name and country tooo... I think mylot is the easiest way to reach more and more people from different countries and from different languages. Please tell me... In my language "Marathi" it is:- I LOVE YOU - maza tuzyawar prem ahe. I MISS YOU - Mala tuzi far athavan yet ahe.
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5 Dec 08
Hi liquorcs, thank you for studying in Indonesia! :) When more people seems to go abroad to studying, it's nice to know that a foreigner come to study here :) I have to give correction though, it's "kangen", not "kangan" :) and that word, jadhavsiddh, is the word "miss" (feelings) in Bahasa Indonesia (bahasa = language; Indonesian Language) Aside from the sentences that liqourcs has give you, here's another form of saying i love you and i miss you in Bahasa Indonesia. i love you = aku cinta kamu i miss you = aku rindu kamu "pada" and "sama" in liquorcs sentences serve as "with" in English. "mu" in "pada" is short for "kamu" which means you. So basically, the sentences that i gave you is the short version :) "rindu" has the same effect and meaning with "kangen" = miss (feelings) though "kangen" is a more common word used. You will, more likely, find "rindu" in literature, but not in daily conversation ;) And that ends the Bahasa Indonesia crash course lol. Indeed, i agree with you jadhavsiddh, learning different language is fun! My boyfriend plans on learning mandarin and polishing his english. While i'm thinking of learning italian. And probably an adequate Javanese (language used by a certain tribe in Indonesia). Because that's the language my boyfriend speaks with his family. And it was troublesome when there's conversation that you can't follow just because it's conducted in language you don't understand, right ;) All the best in your foreign-language-learning endeavor, jadhavsiddh!!
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4 Dec 08
Hi! well if you want to say!! In spanish you say: I love you= te amo/ te quiero I love you so much= te amo mucho/ te quiero mucho I miss you = te extraño Well have a nice day and hope you will have a very good week ;) see you soon and bye bye. P.D Welcome to my lot!!! you will enjoy it so much here! see you ;)
3 Dec 08
in Philippines, Filipino for I love you is : MAHAL KITA, or INI-IBIG KITA I MISS YOU: NANGUNGULILA AKO SAYO, or AKO AY NANGUNGULILA SAYO (miss) (I) (you) (I) (am)(missing) (you) Funny how we rearrange them huh? Our alphabet is practically the same
3 Dec 08
hi!i'd like to hep u here is how to speak them in my mother tongue Chinese: i love u ----- wo ai ni i miss u ----- wo xiang ni let me explain it.. "wo" means i and "ni" means you in Chinese..i think u can understand the other words..its a pity that Chinese Character word aren not available on mylot...
4 Dec 08
It is an interesting discussion that you have started. One of the best things about MyLot is the fact that so many countries are represented here, and it as a great place to learn new languages, I think. My country is Denmark and my language is Danish. Jeg elsker dig means I love you Jeg savner dig means I miss you
3 Dec 08
I'm from the Philippines and we call our language here as "Tagalog or Filipino" Here, we say "I LOVE YOU as "MAHAL KITA"and "I MISS YOU" as "HINAHANAP -HANAP KITA" There's still a lot of term that we used here to say those words but, these ones are most commonly used. You can freely asked me if you still want to learn more "Tagalog" words and I'll be very happy to teach you. Godspeed..
3 Dec 08
you have a great hobby. in my language"chinese"i love u-???the pronunciation is wo ei ni. and you should spell every single letter pronunciation together. i miss u-????the pronunciation is wo xiang ni le i cant find out which letter can best show the pronunciation of the word ?.