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♥ I love you!

In Valentine's Day, the phrase “I love you” is on everyone’s lips. “I love you” — three simple words, but with such a deep meaning. With this phrase, almost all people express feelings of love and affection. Love is that nice and deep feeling which every person on the earth experiences sooner or later. Love is a divine feeling, and it helps us to live more intensely every moment, and the life in love becomes more interesting and exciting. When we love, we become better and do it disinterestedly, as then, when we say “I love you”.

No doubt that the words „I love you” are words that we can say right from an early age, first to our parents, brothers, sisters, grandparents, and then, becoming older, to our loved ones and children. Every day, billions of people around the world say „I love you” in English, Spanish, French, Russian, Portuguese, Italian or any other language of the world, but feelings remain the same. Below we give the phrase „I love you”, translated into many languages. And if your loved one is far away, in another country, and speak the language which is unfamiliar for you, we hope that the information below will be helpful. Surprise your loved one, saying „I love you” in various languages of the world, and we will help you to learn how to write and pronounce this phrase. Moreover, for most languages you have the ability to reproduce the sound recording, to hear how the frase „I love you" sounds in this language.

Arabic ʾuḥibbakأُحِبَّكWhen you say „I love you” to a man unofficially
ʾuḥibbukaأُحِبُّكَWhen you say „I love you” to a man officially
ʾuḥibbukiأُحِبُّكِWhen you say „I love you” to a woman officially
ʾuḥibbikأُحِبِّكWhen you say „I love you” to a woman unoficially
Bosnianvolim te
Bulgarianaz te obichamаз те обичамez ta obiceam
obíčam teобичам теobiceam te
Chinese Wǒ hǎo zhōngyì nǐ我好鍾意你Familiar style
Wǒ ài nǐ我愛你The expression is used in writing and when addressing to the officials
Croatianvolim te
Czech Mám tě rád
miluji těˈmɪlʊjɪ cɛThe expression of romantic feelings
Danish jeg elsker digjai̯ ˈɛlsɡ̊ɐ dai̯
Dutch Ik hou van jeThe romantic and platonic versions
English I love youaɪ lʌv juː
Estonianma armastan sind
Finnish mie rakastan siutaDialecticism
mä diggaan suaSlang
mä tykkään sustaFamiliar style
rakastan sinuarɑkɑstɑn sinuɑ
rakastan teitäFormal style + plural
French je t'aimeʒə t‿ɛmThe unofficial version + singular
je vous aimeʒə vu.z‿ɛmThe formal version + plural
German ich liebe dichɪç ˈliː.bə dɪç
Greek se agapóσε αγαπώ
Haitianmwen renmen ou
Hebrewaní ohév otkháאֲנִי אוֹהֵב אוֹתְךָA man says to a man
aní ohév otákhאֲנִי אוֹהֵב אוֹתָךְA man says to a woman
aní ohévet otkháאֲנִי אוֹהֵבֵת אוֹתְךָA woman says to a man
aní ohévet otákhאני אוהבת אותךA woman says to a woman
Hindi ma͠i tumse pyār kartāमैं तुमसे प्यार करताWhen a man speaks
ma͠i tumse pyār kartī hū̃मैं तुमसे प्यार करती हूँWhen a woman speaks
Hungarian szeretlekˈsɛrɛtlɛk
Indonesian aku cinta kamuRomantic version
aku cinta padamuPoetic expression
aku sayang kamuFormal version
Italian ti amoti ˈaːmoSingular
vi amovi ˈaːmoPlural
Japanese daisuki大好きdai.sɯ.kʲi
Itoshi teru愛してるa̠i ɕi̥te̞ɾ̠ɯᵝaitoshi teru
Latvianes mīlu tevi
Lithuanianaš myliu taveɐʃ ˈmʲiːlʲʊ tɐˈʋʲɛ
myliu taveˈmʲiːlʲʊ tɐˈʋʲɛ
Malayansaya cintakan mu
Norwegian eg elskar deg
Polish kocham cięˈkɔxam t͡ɕɛ
Portuguese amo-teˈɐ.mu.tɨ
te amoteː ˈa.moː
Romaniante iubesctejuˈbesk
Russian ya vas lyublyuя вас люблюˈja vas lʲʊˈblʲuPlural
ya tebya lyublyuя тебя люблюˈja tʲɪˈbʲa lʲʊˈblʲuSingular
Serbianvolim teволим теʋɔlim tɛ
Slovak milujem ťaˈmɪlʊjɛm ca
Slovenianljubim te
Spanish te amote̞ˈa̠.mo̞It’s often used to say „I love you” to the beloved
te quieroIt’s often used to say „I love you” to family members and friends
Swedish jag älskar digjɑː ²ɛlːskar dɛjː
Thai chǎn rák kunฉันรักคุณt͡ɕʰän˩˩˦ räk̚˦˥ kʰun˧A woman addresses to a man
pǒm rák kunผมรักคุณpʰom˩˩˦ räk̚˦˥ kʰun˧A man addresses to a woman
Turkish seni seviyorumsɛni sɛvijɔɾʊm
Ukrainian ya tebe kokhayuя тебе кохаю
Urdumujhe tumse mohabbat haiمجھے تمسو محبت ہے
Vietnamese anh yêu emʔɐjŋ̟˧˧ ʔiɜw˧˧ ʔɛm˧˧The declaration of love, made to a woman by a man
em yêu anhʔɛm˧˧ ʔiɜw˧˧ ʔɐjŋ̟˧˧The declaration of love, made to a man by a woman.
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“I love you” in various languages of the world

Don’t hesitate to tell each other “I love you” if you really feel it, without an occasion, without waiting for special days, and you will see how wonderful the life is. Appreciate your parents while they are close to you, and tell them whenever possible: “I love you”. Encourage young children, be nice to them, don’t hesitate to say “I love you”, thus, they will grow in a pleasant atmosphere and will be open for communication with you, the parents. If you have grandparents, call them at least sometimes, and tell them simply, “I love you, Grandma”, or “I love you, Grandpa”; it will be so nice both for them and for you to know that you have pleased them at least a bit.

Love life, love people who make your life more beautiful, and tell them a sincere “I love you”... in the greatest possible number of languages.

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