Say "i love you" in different languages

i love you - when you say it to someone, you must mean it.
August 6, 2008 12:06pm CST
so far, i know how to say it in 4 languages... english - i love you tagalog (philippines) - mahal kita french - je t'aime german - ich liebe dich how bout you? know more than 4?
3 responses
• China
30 Oct 08
I know some language. Chinese - wo ai ni English - I love u japanese - a i xi tei ru(lu) --this means love-- da i si ki --it says to mean like-- Russian - yalubuliudiudiepia (My classmate say like this) Korean - salahei (from the net game)
• Philippines
9 Aug 08
here's mine: cebuano - gihigugma tika (born in Cebu) Tagalog - mahal kita (a Filipino) english - i love u japanese - aishiteru (from school and anime) mandarin - wo ai ni (from school and from my father) korean - sarang he (from watching Korean drama) spanish - te amo (a particular show..) taiwanese - gua ai li (from watching Taiwanese drama) german - ich liebe dich (from a friend who loves german language, she always says this to her boyfriend.. and even made a poster with this words.. lol)
• Japan
6 Aug 08
Whatever we say in our language. I love you ! really, you have started a good discussion. Malayalam - Njan ninne snehikkunnu, (My language) Tamil - Nan unne kaathalikkaren, (I have worked in this place) Hindi- mein tumse pyar kartha hoon, (Our national language) English - I love you (Our medium of education) German - Ich libe dich (I have visited this place) Japanese - Aishite imasu (I am working here) Arabic - Ohiboke (I have worked in Saudi arabia) I know this much only. But for starting this discussion I love you !!