How to say “I love you” in 20 different languages

I love you in 20 languages

“I love you” is an English phrase that has equivalent expressions in almost every culture and language in this planet and it is used to express affection, desire, admiration and fondness for another person. Since Valentine’s day is just around the corner, this year we thought we would share with you 20 ways to express your emotions to your loved ones in different languages. So why stick to “I love you” when you can spread the love in 20 other languages?

French:

Je t’aime

German:

Ich liebe dich

Italian:

Ti amo

Spanish:

Te amo

Mandarin:

我爱你  (Wǒ ài nǐ)

Czech:

Miluji tě

Hindi:

मैं तुमसे प्यार करता हूँ (main tumase pyaar karata hoon)

Greek:

Σε αγαπώ (Se agapó)

Arabic:

أحبك (‘ahbak)

Portuguese:

Eu te amo

Polish:

Kocham Cię

Hungarian:

Szeretlek

Romanian:

Te iubesc

Swedish:

Jag älskar dig

Danish:

Jeg Elsker Dig

Dutch:

Ik hou van jou

Finnish:

Minä rakastan sinua

Albanian:

Unë të dua

Hawaiian:

aloha wau iā ‘oe

Russian:

Я люблю тебя (Ya lyublyu tebya)

I love Paris

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