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Say I Love You In Different Languages: 15 Languages

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Is it worth it? Saying I love you in different languages than saying it in the language you already know?

The three magical words to your special someone, or to anyone for that matter, sure do add a lot of magic to that relationship. In fact, I strongly believe that we should use this phrase more often to spread love and to add joy to people’s lives. Whether it is just to your favorite superstar, to your roommate for her midnight mania, or to a neighbor who brings you your much-liked dishes. But variety is the spice of life and you should always up your game with something new! Let’s learn how to say I Love You in different languages, 15 languages to be precise.

In this article, I’ve collected how you can keep saying I love you in different languages, and these include Chinese, Hindi, Turkish, French, Filipino, Turkish, Russian, Dutch, Greek, Spanish, Latin, Korean, Indonesian, Vietnamese, Hungarian, and Romanian.

The idea of saying I love in different languages is not just to have more ways to express your love to the people you love. It also keeps the learner in you alive. So, if you have the itch to learn something new every once in a while, then this article will also help you get rid of that.

Imagine how many people can impress you when you know how to say I love you in different languages. So, say, if you travel the world, and are in one of these countries, this is the least you’ll be able to say. Although, of course, this isn’t something you’ll be able to say to stranger, but you can surely saying it to your love when you plan to visit all or any of these countries.

You ready to learn and practice saying I love you in different languages?

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I Love You in Different Languages

Chinese

Want to learn one of Asia’s most famous language? Let’s begin by saying I love you then! Here goes:

Wǒ ài nǐ

Pronunciation: Woh Aayi Ni

Hindi 

India’s national language is one of the sweetest languages to express your love.

मैं तुमसे प्यार करता हूँ 

Pronunciation: Main tumse bahut pyaar karti (female)/ karta (male) hu

Turkish 

seni seviyorum

Pronunciation: sini seviyoram

French

je t’aime

Pronunciation: jtem

Filipino

Mahal kita

Pronunciation: Mahal Kita

Polish

kocham Cię

Pronunciation: Kokham Chya

Russian

Я люблю тебя

Pronunciation: YA lyublyu tebya

Dutch

ik hou van jou

Pronunciation: Ik how won yow

Greek

Σε αγαπώ

Pronunciation: Se agapo

Spanish, Latin

te amo

Pronunciation: Te amo

Korean

사랑해

Pronunciation: salanghae

 

i love you in different languages

Indonesian

Aku cinta kamu

Pronunciation: Aku chinta kamu

Vietnamese

Anh yêu em

Pronunciation: An Yuh em

Hungarian

Szeretlek

Pronunciation: Seretlek

Romanian

te iubesc

Pronunciation: te yubesc

We hope that our version of the pronunciation is of help to you. Let us know how many did you find easy through comments!

Surprise your loved ones by saying I love you in different languages. Now you know sixteen, English and the above fifteen; isn’t that exciting? Learning more about different cultures surely widens one’s is very fascinating, indeed. Your partner will also be able to see the efforts you invested to bring back the spark in your relationship by adding in some romance. But if you do need more help with maintaining or creating the spark in your relationship, you can find some helpful tips here.

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About Rajesh Kumar

Rajesh Kumar is the co-founder and author of the e-magazine Love Smitten. He is the author of the fiction novel The Love Victim.

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