I Love You! in different languages

India
November 16, 2011 8:38pm CST
How do you say I LOVE YOU in different languages or in your language?
6 responses
@sunli123 (540)
• China
17 Nov 11
Hi helpinghands, I remembered that I've responed to a similar disscussion before, but then the disscussion was deleted by the one who posted it. I only know "I love you" in two version, Chinese and English. In Chinese(Mandarin), it is "wo ai ni". We have many dialects and the pronunciation is different in each dialect. Happy mylotting!
• India
17 Nov 11
thanks for your wonderful answer...... Happy MyLotting...
• Philippines
17 Nov 11
mahal kita! (filipino) gihigugma ko ikaw! (visaya)
• India
17 Nov 11
the second one... gihigugma ko ikaw fantastic..I am really amazed with the words does really sound like how someone feels in love.... thank you guys for your replies....
• Philippines
17 Nov 11
In Filipino (Philippines) - Mahal kita
• India
17 Nov 11
it does sound really like Hindi words for Palace. amazing....
@chiyosan (29383)
• Philippines
17 Nov 11
Facebook - Facebook Logo
Wo Ai Ni (in Mandarin) and Gua Ai Di (in Fookien) - Chinese Language Mahal Kita or Sinisinta Kita in Filipino Language I Love you - in English Seni Seviyorum - in Turkish
• India
17 Nov 11
I thought Mandarin and Chinese languages are same but thanks for different words...
@areskya (398)
• Indonesia
17 Nov 11
Hi,Mr. For me as Indonesian, whenever we want to say I Love You, we can say "Aku cinta padamu", it is in very common language. For younger, they often say "Gue suka ama loe". But, in my culture as Javanese, we can say it in three common ways. If we say it to our friend which has the same age, we say "aku seneng kowe", it can be said in more polite, "aku seneng sampeyan or aku tresno kalih sampeyan". But for old people (the more polite) we can say "kulo kagungan penggalih kalih panjenengan". That's I know
• India
17 Nov 11
The world I Love You sounds awesome in every language ....and thanks for adding different age voices....
• India
17 Nov 11
As I am Indian, I just know few languages to share with you. 1. I LOVE YOU(Hindi) - Main Tumse Pyaar Karta Hoon. 2. I LOVE YOU(Telugu) - Nenu Niki Premistunnanu. 3. I LOVE YOU(Arabic) - Ohiboke 4. I LOVE YOU(Spanish) - Te Amo(Heard this word in T.V) 5. I LOVE YOU(Urdu) - Main Tumse Mohabbat Karta Hoon. 6. I LOVE YOU(Farsi) - Tora dost daram! 7. I LOVE YOU(French) - Je t'aime!(I know this because my cousin lives in France). 8. I LOVE YOU(Malayalam) - njan ninne snehikkunnu 9. I LOVE YOU(Gujrati) - mu thani paar karu chu. Hope these all are helpful to you. I just know these many languages, I have start learning whole world English languages from now!
• India
17 Nov 11
thanks for keeping up with regional Indian languages you really know alot of languages....best of luck for learning other languages....