How Do You Say “I Love You” in Your Language?

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I saw this in Memrise‘s Facebook Feed and would like to share it with you all.

Love is something we all need and want, and there are many ways to say it. So, do you know that three-letter phrase in another language? If so, post it below!

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9 responses to “How Do You Say “I Love You” in Your Language?

  1. Eva

    In Finnish: Minä rakastan sinua
    In Swedish: Jag älskar dig

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  2. Aku cinta kamu
    Or
    Aku sayang kamu
    in Bahasa Indonesia…

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  3. “Eu te amo” in Brazilian Portuguese 🙂

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  4. In Russian: Я тебя люблю – Ya te’bja ljoo’bljoo. =)

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  5. laiaprincep

    In Catalan: T’estimo 🙂

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