Now how do i say that?

India
April 22, 2007 12:25pm CST
if you have to say 'i love you' in your language how would you say that?
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11 responses
@lazymaggi (154)
• India
23 Apr 07
Mei tumse pyaar karti hu....means i luv you
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• India
23 Apr 07
Danyawaad. hum hindusthani. :)
@SweetTrix (1071)
• United States
22 Apr 07
Je t'aime (French)
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• India
23 Apr 07
thanks
@scammerwear (1433)
• Singapore
22 Apr 07
Wo Ai Ni (Chinese) :)
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• India
22 Apr 07
oh great. that sounds so simple . wo ai ni. thanks
@anonymili (3138)
23 Apr 07
Well as English is my first language, I could give you the simplest answer and say "I love you" (hey don't get the wrong idea, I don't really love you, I barely know you but I do like you hehe) although I guess you kinda knew that already huh? My parents speak Bengali which is certainly not my first language and I would have to admit to not being fluent in Bengali but I know enough to get by in every day conversation - in Bengali one would say "Ami tomake bhalobashi" which seems like quite a mouthful but if you hear how my husband says it in Telegu, it's even longer "Nenu nino prem istha nani" I think that's how you say it anyway! :)
• India
23 Apr 07
:) thanks for replying Anolymili. well i think i can love everyone as a friend as i do mylotter friends. but in telugu its ' nenu ninnu premisthunnanu'.
• Philippines
23 Apr 07
In Filipino, I love you can be said in two ways: Mahal kita or the other way; Iniibig kita. That is how we say I love to our loved one.
• India
23 Apr 07
thanks fatal_ivory. seeing you after a long time
@Wyayenjee (160)
• United States
22 Apr 07
Sarong Heyo (Korean)
• India
23 Apr 07
sarong heyo. thanks. is that saying just 'love you' or 'i love you' as you say only two words.
@rezaferry (141)
• United States
23 Apr 07
In Indonesian: Aku Cinta Kamu (I Love You) - this is usually for couples Aku Sayang Kamu - This means roughly I care about you.. It's used by couples too though
@krayzee (1161)
• Romania
23 Apr 07
Well, in Romanian it would be "Te iubesc" and in Italian it would be "Te amo". The Hungarian word for it is "Szeretlek" and the corresponding expression in Spanish is "Te quiero". I'll come back if I remember some more :P
• Philippines
23 Apr 07
Iniibig kita or minamahal kita - that's in Filipino. But there are many dialects in the Philippines as there are more than seven thousand islands here.
@sallyxu126 (1185)
• China
23 Apr 07
wo ai ni! I am Chinese. This is chinese words for I love you.
@roniroxas (10574)
• Philippines
23 Apr 07
mahal kita OR iniibig kita.