"I Love You!" - I guess most of you must have uttered those words many times in your lives! I presume that this forum has visitors from all over the world speaking different languages. How do you say "I Love You" in your language? I am writing below how "I love you" is said in 3 Indian languages Hindi, Telugu and Tamil.
"Main Tumse Pyar Karta Hoon" - Hindi
"Neenu ninnu premistunnanu" - Telugu
"Naan unnai kaadalikkireen" - Tamil
So what are you waiting for? Tell us how you love in your language!
Okay, let me see, I am a Malayali, so :-
"Enikku ninne ishtamannu"
"Miluju Tě" -Czech
"Ich liebe dich" -Deutch
Good idea... Heh i can impress some girl by saying it in may languages.
But i think it could be found womewhere on the internet
Edit: Yeah i found it on the first try: http://www.links2love.com/i_love_you_languages.htm
"Je t'aime" - French/Francais
"Anata-wa watashi no koibitsu-desu" - The closest thing I could ever find to I love you in Japanese means you are my lover.
"Te amo" or
"Te quiero" - both mean I love you in spanish
"Kocham Cię" - that's in Polish
xkobram - wow, it seems that we're neigbors
Marrying someone you don't really love would be one of the stupidest mistakes you could make.
Obicham te - that what we say it in Bulgaria
Volim te - is in Serbian and Mecedonian language.
Ia lublu tebia - is in Russian
S'agapo - is in Greece.
Je t'aime - is in French
Seni Seviyurum - is in Turkish
Ana Ba-heb-bak - is in Arabic
Jeg elsker dig - is in Danish
Mina armastan sind - is in Estonian
Aloha au ia 'oe - Is in Hawaiian
Kimi o ai shiteru - is in Japanese
Amo-te - is in Portuguese
Te iubesc - is in Romanian
Mama Oyata Arderyi - is in Shrilankan
ja vas koKHAju- is in Ukranian
I agree but it has to be one of the most made mistakes in the world.
Many people ar in love with the idead of being in love and many use marriage as a way to prove they are adults or attractive. They don't think beyond the wedding day itself.
My wife and I got married in a tiny ceremony (just me her and two friends as witnesses) but we have outlasted many couple who have huge lavish wedding days. And five years on from that day we are still one of the most loved-up coupes I know plus we are best friends too.
I know I loved her when we got married.
I say I LOVE YOU! lol -- me English
I ruv you
Its really tuff to express your love to the person you love. We all face this problem .. before we express to the person we love .. we tell every one our friend that I am in love with her or him...
Here is an idea which worked for me twice...
When you want to express your love to the person you love... Just meet her or him alone ...
just go on talking on common subject in which both are interested... don't forget to add some flavour of romantic throughout your talk....
then.... just go and kiss on her neck near her ear... thats it...
she will ask ... hey what r u doing? or what is this....
then say... I just said I love you........
This one worked for me twice....
so... try it guys....
im from philippines
means I LOVE YOU
MEANS I LOVE YOU
Ek het jou lief. - Afrikaans
I thought the poll results were hilarious.
In French we say Je t'aime...
I only say it in english, for I say it to an english speaking person.
the only right way to say it, is when you mean it..... whatever the words you use...
In Swedish we say "Jag älskar dig", but I don't say it very often
i love you too!
te amo também!
When you tell some one you love him/her you can be sincere. But when he/her tell you or answer to you and tell you he/her loves you how can you realy know if it is throught?
In Punjabi it is
"main tere naal pyar ay".
main is not equal to main in english but 'n' is just gives sound of n but not complete n sound like n in thing.
I can't really answer that 'cause I haven't been married and I'm a woman.
"Mujhe Tumse Mohabbat hai"
In Tagalog - Mahal Kita
In Cebuano - Gihigugma ko ikaw or Pinangga taka
But I'd actually prefer I love You. Most Filipinos probably prefer that way.
"Ma timilai maya garchhu" -- Nepalese
In written form,
"म तिमीलाई माया गर्छु"
In Dutch you say "Ik hou van je". I've never been married, but I agree that marrying someone who you do not truly love would be a mistake. Sure, some things can grow, but if you spend the rest of your life with someone it should be the one you love. Just my two cents.