How to say " I Love You " in different languages?

Malaysia
December 3, 2008 9:05pm CST
Love does not know about time or place,and it may just happen to anyone whois making friends from all over the world. With Valentine’s Day approaching, many lovers are wondering how to say those three fantastic words in other languages. Well, in my country-Malaysia, we say "saya cinta padamu" ; in Japan, we say "Aishiteru" ; in China , we say "wo ai ni" ......So, how lovers in your country say I Love You ? Thanks for sharing.
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@kimi4300 (54)
• China
5 Dec 08
???~in chinese
• China
5 Dec 08
sorry,chinese cannot be showed.
• Malaysia
5 Dec 08
wo ai ni, u mean?
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• China
5 Dec 08
I think Mylot system don't support Chinese Characters. "wo ai ni" is the phonetic annotation of Chinese version"I love you" :-) Only Chinese characters still retain their pictographic origins,
@syankee525 (6293)
• United States
4 Dec 08
i need to learn how to say this for sure.. we just say i love you in the states.
• Malaysia
4 Dec 08
haha....say it to your love one
• United States
4 Dec 08
oh yeah to be able to say i love you in different ways would be so cool..
• Malaysia
4 Dec 08
you are right. Wo Ai Ni....[ i love you in Chinese ]
@agrim94 (3809)
• India
22 Dec 08
Hindi: me tumse payar kerta hoo if male and female would say me tumse pyar kerti hoo Bengali: emi tumar ko bhalo bhashi.
• India
23 Dec 08
Bengali: emi tumar ko bhalo bhashi. Its wrong, Sachin, sorry , Agrim. Its should be : AMI TOMAKE BHALOBHASI.
@agrim94 (3809)
• India
23 Dec 08
thx for correcting me...
• Malaysia
6 Dec 08
cantonese say ngo oi lei
• Malaysia
6 Dec 08
thanks for sharing
• Malaysia
6 Dec 08
In Hakka, i say " ngai oi nyi "
• Malaysia
6 Dec 08
ngai oi nyi, thakns for sharing
@underdogtoo (9591)
• Philippines
4 Dec 08
in Latin, "amo te"
• Malaysia
4 Dec 08
thank you for sharing
• United States
4 Dec 08
In spanish you say "te amo" or "te quiero" first one pronouced "teh ah-mo" and second one pronounced "teh k-yeh-ro" and in french is "je t'aime"
• Malaysia
4 Dec 08
te amo....thanks for sharing schwing_girl89
• India
4 Dec 08
""I Love You" in Different Languages" : http://www.columbia.edu/~sss31/rainbow/i... "Translations of 'I love you' in many languages" : http://www.omniglot.com/language/phrases... "I miss you" in many languages : http://forum.wordreference.com/showthrea... "How to say 'i miss you' in different languages" : http://www.howtosayin.com/i+miss+you.htm...
• Malaysia
4 Dec 08
thanks for sharing
@o_utsider (372)
• China
4 Dec 08
I am from china, so I say:"wo ai ni~!!!"in chinese. also we can say:"I love you~!!
• Malaysia
4 Dec 08
thanks for sharing
@n30wing (4768)
• Philippines
4 Dec 08
Well I am from the Philippines. Were both from Asia. Well I love you in our language is Mahal kita. Have a nice day to you! Keep on smiling! Good day!
• Malaysia
4 Dec 08
thanks for sharing
• Philippines
4 Dec 08
In the Phils. we say it "MAHAL KITA" or Iniibig Kita".
• Malaysia
4 Dec 08
Thanks for sharing. Now i can say Mahal Kita to my philipine classmates....
• Germany
26 Dec 08
My husband is german. He says : Ich liebe dich!
@srganesh (6345)
• India
23 Dec 08
I am a Tamilan from south India.In tamil we say,"naan unnai kadhalikkiraen" or "naan unnai naesikkiraen".But most of the tamil people just say"I love you" in English itself. I know this thing in malayalam too.That goes like this"gyan ninna premikkunnu".Cheers!
• India
23 Dec 08
Bengali : Ami Tomake Bhalobhasi.
@dio123 (1790)
• India
8 Dec 08
In my country India we use to speak hindi and say ' Main Tumse Pyaar Karta Hoon ' for expressing our love towards our beloved thanks
• China
8 Dec 08
Dayak in borneo say " Ku cintaimu "