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How To Say ‘I Love You’ in 20 Different Languages

“I love you.” – Three little words that mean so much to most people and will be said in abundance this Valentine’s Day. But why stick to just these words when you can spread the love in 20 other languages? This year woo your lover (or friend, or mum) with your charming language skills, and show your love for your date by speaking these precious words in their mother tongue.

Read on to learn how to say “I love you” in 20 different languages including, French, German, Polish and Thai. 

 

Couple in love

Afrikaans:

Ek het jou life

Bulgarian:

Obicham te

Mandarin:

Wo ai ni

Czech:

Miluji te

Couple kissing in the snow

Danish:

Jeg Elsker Dig

Dutch:

Ik hou van jou

Finnish:

Mina rakastan sinua

French:

Je t’aime

Couple playing guitar

German:

Ich liebe dich

Hindi:

Hum Tumhe Pyar Karte hae

Hungarian:

Szeretlek

Italian:

Ti amo

Couple on hill

Polish:

Kocham Ciebie

Portuguese:

Eu te amo

Romanian:

Te iubesc

Spanish:

Te quiero / Te amo

Couple sharing lollypop

Swedish:

Jag alskar dig

Thai:

Male: Pŏm rák kun

Female: Chăn rák kun

Turkish:

Seni seviyorum

Welsh:

Dw i’n dy garu di

 

We’ve only translated to 20 languages in the world…Do you know how to say “I love you” in any other languages?

Written by Alissa Johnson
twinsummercentres.com

 


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