How will you say those three words!

India
January 9, 2009 12:34pm CST
Introduction(of the problem) - I have this girl in my life to whom whenever I say that I love you (main tumse pyar karta hoon - Hindi), she stops talking to me for a month or so. I have tried it in Hindi and in English. I wanted to say the same thing in other language that might sound a bit better or romantic. So, what does it sounds like in your language. Convert "I love you" in your native language please. I know it in Hindi (main tumse pyar karta hoon) and in English( we all know that, I have stated it twice already in this post, so plz, no more I love you, thrice by now) Let me start English - "I love you" (oops I did it again, no more English of these words plz, plz.) Hindi(Indian national language)- "Main Tumse Pyar Karta Hoon" Its your turn now. (please follow the format as it will be easy to understand).
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16 responses
@ds6413 (2073)
• United States
9 Jan 09
Hi, my native language is near extinction, one of the 300 indigious languages from north america and actually never heard how to say it. But I use Je t'amie and my b/f replys with te amo. I've heard Hindi, those words you wrote to be exact but my friend told me to add "jannu" if I said it to him.
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• India
9 Jan 09
Yup "jaanu" means "you are my life". I'll call her jaanu once she accepts me.
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@ds6413 (2073)
• United States
9 Jan 09
cool,thanks for responding
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@Amythyst (59)
• United States
9 Jan 09
I am not Spanish--I am from the U.S., but I think Te Amor is Spanish for that, at least I know the amor is for love. Also mi corazon is for heart, so maybe Tu vivre en mi corazon is Spanish for you live in my heart. Amore is Italian for love, so you can see how European languages are similar.
• Jamaica
9 Jan 09
In french "I love you" is Je t'aime and it is said that french is a romantic language. Maybe you need to use some more props when you say this to her. Perhaps some flowers or chocolate or hold her hands while gazing into her eyes when you say it to her. A concern though is, how do you think she feels about you? Well hope my suggestion works.
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• India
9 Jan 09
@ Queen4622 hi.. welcome to mylot. I think she knows I love her and somehow don't want to accept it. I too wish your help helps. Thanks.
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@twinklee (895)
• India
9 Jan 09
Hi friend, All the best for your proposal :) In tamil :"NAN UNAI KATHALIKIRAEN..." hope it helps...:)
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• India
9 Jan 09
And if she wants to say I love you too then what would it sound like? Just wonder she knows a bit of Tamil, she has been to Bangalore.
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@twinklee (895)
• India
10 Jan 09
Ya...it will sound like this.. Nothing EXTRA but, istead of NAN , it will be NANUM Nanum unai kathalikiraen... All the best .. Hear it from her soon, I wish you..:)
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• India
10 Jan 09
First I would suggest you to ask her that what is her preferred language to hear those three words. Otherwise you will waste so much of your time learning the statement in different languages. My mother tongue is Bengali, and it goes like this: Bengali- "Aami tomake bhalobashi"
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• India
10 Jan 09
Thanks for your response and I really appreciate that but I know that she don't like Bengali, so I can't use "Ammi tomake bhalobaashi". Thanks for your response though.
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@phatsi (42)
• Philippines
10 Jan 09
if you love her.. you dont just say those 3 magical words,, you need to let her feel the real meaning of it...
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@phatsi (42)
• Philippines
10 Jan 09
gin hihigugma ta ikaw- is i love you in our dialect.. wish u all the best
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• Ireland
9 Jan 09
Tagalog (Filipino) - Mahal Kita. I'd say that you might think of accompanying the words with action. Say it by the heart and mean it. She might think that you're only trying to impress her and didn't mean what you're saying. Anyway, goodluck!
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• India
9 Jan 09
I'll make her feel that I am not faking. Thanks for the response and have a nice day.
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• Philippines
11 Jan 09
hi! your idea is so so sweet. but take note if she ignored you for sometime again maybe it means one thing. maybe she does not like you. it might be painful on your part but you have to put it as an option. know what women sometimes are too kind, sometimes it is hard for us to say No, No i did not love you! some girls put it in action like ignoring the guy, avoiding the guy and so. the best thing you do ask her. or should i say you ask other mylotters whats the translation of "Do you love me? Yes or No?" what do you think? be happy!
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@eVoLi89 (161)
• Belgium
10 Jan 09
Dutch (language of The Netherlands and Belgium)"Ik hou van jou" German "Ich liebe dich" French "Je t'aime' Italian "Ti amo" Good luck with them, let me know if you'd like to know how to pronounce them!
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• India
10 Jan 09
libe dibe dish
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@Polly289 (269)
• New Zealand
10 Jan 09
Try, 'je t'aime', it's French and very romantic. In my native tongue I think it's "Aroha Koe" pronounced "Adorha Queh" Not a hundred percent sure because I'm not fluent in Maori. Give them both a try. All that aside, why do you think she stops talking to you after you tell her how you feel? Sounds odd to me.
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@anetteh (3591)
• Sweden
10 Jan 09
In Sweden we say JAG ÄLSKAR DIG( Swedish language)(I love you). I hope you can read that out. It is translated word for work in swedish as you say it in English. It is plane and simple words to say, but in my opinion it uses to often. We seems to say it just becouse we feel we have to. I rather show someone that I care instead of saying. Acting is more showing.
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@sid556 (31019)
• United States
10 Jan 09
Hi, I almost didn't post because I am american and just say, "I love you". Still you mentioned this girl who you keep saying it to in different ways and I am just curious as to why you keep it up? I mean if she doesn't speak to you for a month each time you say it, wouldnt that be torture for you? I'm sorry. I just had to ask this. It sounds to me as if you really care about her and that she looks at you as just a friend and I'm concerned that you may lose this friend that you obviously care so much about. I'm sorry if I misunderstood your intent here. I am a woman and if a guy that I really cared about as a friend kept telling me that he "loved" me, it would make the friendship very awkward.
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@sahmof2 (274)
• United States
10 Jan 09
My native language is english but I was watching this movie once and the characters had what I thought was a cute way of saying it and I said that I would say it that way to my husband. On the movie they said I love you by saying "olive juice". To me it's cute and funny with a touch of innocence that would just make you and the person you say it to smile.
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@winterose (39913)
• Canada
10 Jan 09
in french, je t'aime
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@inuceres (342)
• Philippines
10 Jan 09
in Japaneses they say "aishitemasu" for i love you if french they say it "te amo" i don't have any friends for saying those.
10 Jan 09
"Te amo" is Italian. :)
@eVoLi89 (161)
• Belgium
11 Jan 09
Actually, in Italian it's "Ti amo", and in French it's "je t'aime"
• India
15 Jan 09
punjabi me.... o kudiye..main tenu pyar karna.