I love you

@pizzoli (3367)
Italy
February 11, 2007 2:56pm CST
In your mothertongue, how do you say " I love You"?? In mine is " Ti amo"
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15 responses
@urbangirl (1461)
• Australia
11 Feb 07
"S'agapo" (Greek)
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@pizzoli (3367)
• Italy
12 Feb 07
thanks my friend, your answer has been positively rated today, thanks again for your answers
@perugu (5279)
• India
11 Feb 07
hi,in my language...'maine pyar kiya'...
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@pizzoli (3367)
• Italy
11 Feb 07
thanks my friend, your answer has been positively rated today, thanks again for your answers
@xXmeganxX (4421)
11 Feb 07
well my mother and father are both english so it's just "i love you"..hehe! :O)
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@pizzoli (3367)
• Italy
11 Feb 07
thanks my friend, your answer has been positively rated today, thanks again for your answers
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• Malta
11 Feb 07
you must be italian then.
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@pizzoli (3367)
• Italy
11 Feb 07
yes i am italian and proud to be italian
• Malta
11 Feb 07
which part of italy are you from?
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@pizzoli (3367)
• Italy
12 Feb 07
florence
• United States
12 Feb 07
That's cool that you speak Italian. I'm American so I would just say I love you. I also know Spanish because quite a few people in my part of country speak Spanish now. In Spanish it would be "Te Quiero" in case anyone's interested.
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• United States
12 Feb 07
"Te Quiero" literally means I want you, but people use it frequently for I love you. Other people use "Te amo" is also used, but generally it's more for your lover only. It really depends on what country you're in though. "Te Amo" is very similar to Italian.
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@pizzoli (3367)
• Italy
12 Feb 07
thanks my friend, your answer has been positively rated today, thanks again for your answers
@ssh123 (31086)
• India
12 Feb 07
I am from India, the national language is Hindi The state language is Kannada I love you is said in Kannada as follows: NAANU NINNANNU PREETHISUTHENE
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@pizzoli (3367)
• Italy
12 Feb 07
your answer has been positively rated today, thanks again buddy for your kind answers
@Dolcerina (3378)
• Hungary
12 Feb 07
In hungarian language we can say it with only one word: "szeretlek"
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@pizzoli (3367)
• Italy
12 Feb 07
your answer has been positively rated today, thanks again buddy for your kind answers
• United States
12 Feb 07
in Vietnamese, a guy saying to a girl is: anh yeu em. a girl to a guy is : em yeu anh. yeu is pronounced "ewww"
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@pizzoli (3367)
• Italy
12 Feb 07
thanks my friend, your answer has been positively rated today, thanks again for your answers
@fake_you (391)
• Philippines
12 Feb 07
here in the philippines, it's "mahal kita"
@pizzoli (3367)
• Italy
12 Feb 07
thanks my friend, your answer has been positively rated today, thanks again for your answers
@Lunerian (493)
• Sweden
11 Feb 07
It would be: "Jag älskar dig" in swedish. Nice thread.
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@pizzoli (3367)
• Italy
12 Feb 07
thanks my friend, your answer has been positively rated today, thanks again for your answers
@Josette_J (806)
• Malaysia
18 Feb 07
In the Malay language: Aku cinta kepadamu (Aku=I cinta=love kepada=to mu/kamu=you) In Mandarin: wo ai ni (wo=I ai=love ni=you)
@ondo1015 (1884)
• Philippines
18 Feb 07
Gihigugma tika
• United Arab Emirates
18 Feb 07
My mother tongue is arabic so, I can say i love you in arabic by this word:- "????"
@Guna1980 (872)
• India
18 Feb 07
Mine is Tamil "Nan Unnai Kadalikiraan"
@xXmeganxX (4421)
11 Feb 07
no problem i have rated u + anyway! thanks! :O)