How to say "I love you" in your language?

@fsll518 (304)
China
December 18, 2009 8:42am CST
How to say "I love you" in your language, or other languages you know? Please don't have repeated answers. Please put the pronounciation in English alphabet. Please first specify the language name. e.g. Chinese: wo ai ni. Let's learn the language of LOVE together :D
10 responses
@owlwings (37689)
• Cambridge, England
18 Dec 09
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@fsll518 (304)
• China
18 Dec 09
Ok, thanks for comment. Maybe I should delete it now, would you please let me know how can I delete it?
@owlwings (37689)
• Cambridge, England
18 Dec 09
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@owlwings (37689)
• Cambridge, England
18 Dec 09
As you can see, most of the responses are just a few words. Most people will earn maybe a cent, if anything at all. Now, isn't it something of YOUR responsibility (as the person who started the discussion) to see that people who respond have, at least, a chance to earn something from it? You should, surely, also see it as more worthwhile to word your discussions in such a way that people want to write at least a paragraph and that you will have something of value to write back!
• Philippines
18 Dec 09
I love you - mahal kita
@fsll518 (304)
• China
19 Dec 09
I guess it is Philippino/Cebu language.
19 Dec 09
heheh its not cebu language. thats Pilipino language
@fsll518 (304)
• China
19 Dec 09
Thanks... I guess it is French.
@gunagohan (3415)
• India
18 Dec 09
mujhe thumse pyar hei !!!!!!!! Hindi
@fsll518 (304)
• China
18 Dec 09
Thanks, gunagohan! I just met an Indian guy yesterday, now I learnt from you how to say that important word :)
@eddify (413)
• Pakistan
21 Dec 09
Ok there are quite a few languages: Urdu : Main tu say payar karti hoon Punjabi: Main tawanu payar kar ni wah Persian (Dari) Ma shumar ra khoob may danum Hindko: Main tu wanu payar kar ni wahan
@pumeza (56)
• South Africa
20 Dec 09
I love thii dicussion, we could learn a lot from each other. i will insert South African languages. I'll do my best to write in english pron. Xhosa: Ndiyakuthanda Venda: Ndi-anifuna Afrikaans: Ek s lief fer your Zulu: Ndiyakuthanda SOtho: Keyawurata
@dong88 (794)
• China
20 Dec 09
Hello! How to say "I love you",Oh,I think ,that these three words to heart to say;said ,use actions to be realized.In this way ,it can reflect the real "love",.See you soon!
19 Dec 09
Mahal kita, Iniibig kita in Filipino language..
• India
18 Dec 09
'Ami Tomai Bhalobashi' in Bengali.
• United States
18 Dec 09
In Russian: Ya vas lyublyu. Also, Ya tibya lyublyu. In Spanish: Te amo.