Please say I love you in your language and post your country.
• Hong Kong
22 Dec 06
A nice idea! I can learn many kinds of expression of " I love you"! I am from China,so I give it with Chinese. But I don't know if it can be displayed here because the words of Chinese are not composed of letters. Let me have a try. it is ???, and the pronounciation is " wo ai ni"! if the words can't be displayed,pls look at the image I posted. Have a try to speak it? is it not easy to pronounce? Welcome to China!
• New Zealand
21 Jan 07
Kia Ora - ie. greetings from New Zealand. Different language, not dialect. Language is a distinction which usually has a different script, grammar and a body of literature. India has 32 official languages and hundreds of dialects. If you look at a currency note from India, the denomination is written in so many languages.