Learn How to Say ‘I Love You’ in 25 Different Languages

Emily Manning

Emily Manning

February 1, 2021

I love you in different languages

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From French to Finnish and Spanish to Swahili, impress your friends and family with your ability to say ‘I Love You’ in 25 different languages!

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Express your love in more than 25 different ways as we travel around the world to learn how to say ‘I Love You’!

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How to Say ‘I Love You’ in Different Languages

      1. Is breá liom tú (Irish)
      2. Je t’aime (French)
      3. Te amo (Spanish)
      4. Ti amo (Italian)
      5. Ich liebe dich (German)
      6. Eu te amo (Portuguese)
      7. Aku cinta kamu (Indonesian)
      8. Unë të dua (Albanian)
      9. Ik hou van je (Dutch)
      10. Miluji tě (Czech)
      11. Minä rakastan sinua (Finnish)
      12. Jag älskar dig (Swedish)
      13. Jeg elsker dig (Danish)
      14. Main tumase pyaar karata hoon (Hindi)
      15. Te iubesc (Romanian)
      16. Szeretlek (Hungarian)
      17. Rwy’n dy garu di (Welsh)
      18. Kocham Cię (Polish)
      19. Ya lyublyu vas (Russian)
      20. C̄hạn rạk khuṇ (Thai)
      21. Aš tave myliu (Lithuanian)
      22. Nakupenda (Swahili)
      23. Salaghae (Korean)
      24. ‘ahbak (Arabic)
      25. Wǒ ài nǐ (Chinese)

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Published On: February 1st, 2021 / Categories: School, Things To Do / Last Updated: March 21st, 2021 / Tags: , , /

About the Author: Emily Manning

Emily is the coffee-loving Editor of MyKidsTime. Mum of one daughter and two naughty Tibetan Terriers, she is particularly partial to Curly Wurlys and unable to resist pretty stationery and new cookbooks. As an avid foodie and domestic goddess-wannabe, she is most likely to be found in the kitchen.

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