Say "I LOVE U" in diffirent languages

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symphonyofthewind

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You know, in this case, when someone fall in love with the other, they'll say "i love u" ^^
in Vietnam,
the boys say "anh y

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In Romania "Te iubesc!" , this is valid for both sides ^^ .

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In America "I love you"
In Germany " Ich Leibe Dich"
In France "Je t'aime"
In China and Taiwan " Wo ai ni"
In Japan "Suki"
In Korea "Saranghae"
Ha ha, sorry for so many! I could'nt help myself!

StephNyan

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In Dutch it is "Ik hou van jou"

  • Mar 09, 2011
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In Hebrew:
??? ???? ????

  • Mar 09, 2011
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In Spain:

Te quiero

In Italy:

Ti amo

"Also, Russia liked America in the same way that little boys liked the ants they burnt on the sidewalks in the summer. Only with a little more pizzazz, and outer space." (or "why do they call this war cold, baby, when it's so hot between us?" xD. America/Russia in a nutshell)

"Is there just something in the water over here, that makes you guys every so often go 'fuck it, let's have a rumble?'. I'm not touching another one of your big, European, 'bring your friends' wars, like you're throwing a neighborhood potluck or something. It's not my job to ride in like the fucking cavalry every time you get into a jam." (America's thoughts on Europe, after the "well, that was pretty pointless" fiesta of WW1. From "The Chosen End")

  • Mar 09, 2011

DarkGSSJBeast

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Εις Tο Επανιδείν

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Heehe nice thread...

S'agapo in Greek
Mahal kita in Tagalog

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ismiy

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I command you...

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In Ebira : "Me' siu".

Weskalia

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"Aishiteiru" is also in Nihongo but more responsible than "suki."

I'm believing you and I can do anything. We can change the world.
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I put "Suki" because Japanese people usually dont say "Ai" or "Aishiteiru" very much, some not even one time in their life

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in philippines, i love you- mahal kita
ilocano term is - ay-ayaten ka

  • Mar 10, 2011
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wo ai ni~ sa rang he~

  • Mar 12, 2011

shavo002

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Te amo in espa

Roshi of the Funk. ('_'

  • Mar 12, 2011
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Quote by shavo002Te amo in espa

"Also, Russia liked America in the same way that little boys liked the ants they burnt on the sidewalks in the summer. Only with a little more pizzazz, and outer space." (or "why do they call this war cold, baby, when it's so hot between us?" xD. America/Russia in a nutshell)

"Is there just something in the water over here, that makes you guys every so often go 'fuck it, let's have a rumble?'. I'm not touching another one of your big, European, 'bring your friends' wars, like you're throwing a neighborhood potluck or something. It's not my job to ride in like the fucking cavalry every time you get into a jam." (America's thoughts on Europe, after the "well, that was pretty pointless" fiesta of WW1. From "The Chosen End")

  • Mar 13, 2011
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Quote by shavo002Te amo in espa

Migoto, Kisama no kiba, tashikani watashi ni todoiteitazo

  • Mar 13, 2011
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In Portuguese: "Eu te amo";
In Italian: "Io ti amo".

  • Mar 13, 2011
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Quote by SanzosSaru[quote=s(...) amo in espa

"Also, Russia liked America in the same way that little boys liked the ants they burnt on the sidewalks in the summer. Only with a little more pizzazz, and outer space." (or "why do they call this war cold, baby, when it's so hot between us?" xD. America/Russia in a nutshell)

"Is there just something in the water over here, that makes you guys every so often go 'fuck it, let's have a rumble?'. I'm not touching another one of your big, European, 'bring your friends' wars, like you're throwing a neighborhood potluck or something. It's not my job to ride in like the fucking cavalry every time you get into a jam." (America's thoughts on Europe, after the "well, that was pretty pointless" fiesta of WW1. From "The Chosen End")

  • Mar 13, 2011

symphonyofthewind

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Oh, so difficult, in Vietnam, "you" have alot of meanings, also "I". Its depend on speakers

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in chinese:???

  • Mar 14, 2011

z827

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Google Translate is your friend in this kind of situation XD
Still , imagine telling your crush these words in a total of 50 different languages whilst purposely excluding English and the language of her tongue.
Anyways , if I'm not wrong , the word "?" isn't very commonly used in Japan regardless of how many times it was used in Anime :3
I'm pretty sure it's because of the reserved culture or something , though I'm pretty sure I've heard that it is fairly rude to use the word straight on or something along those lines.

  • Mar 14, 2011
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Quote by z827Google Translate is your friend in this kind of situation XD
Still , imagine telling your crush these words in a total of 50 different languages whilst purposely excluding English and the language of her tongue.
Anyways , if I'm not wrong , the word "?" isn't very commonly used in Japan regardless of how many times it was used in Anime :3
I'm pretty sure it's because of the reserved culture or something , though I'm pretty sure I've heard that it is fairly rude to use the word straight on or something along those lines.


Your right! i've actually heard alot of pervs and drunkards say "Ai"...I feel So violated when I do ha ha...

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In italian, well, is the same for boys and girls and it is "Ti amo"..and then you can add "tanto-tantissimo" ("so much" in english)..

  • Mar 17, 2011
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In Poland: "Kocham cie" or "Bardzo cie kocham" (so much)

  • Mar 18, 2011

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