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How to Say “I Love You” in 10 Different Languages

Ahh! Love! Love is such a magical and refreshing feeling. No wonder it makes us smile so broadly. I got to admit, I’ve got it bad for one special person whose native language isn’t English or Tagalog. I want to tell him exactly how I feel in his mother tongue and at the same time, want to impress him. Sappy much? Here’s how to say I Love You in different languages.

How to say I Love You in different languages

If you’re wondering how lovers from around the world and its diverse cultures express love and affection, then you’re in the right place.

Where it’s spoken: Manila and Northern Philippines

Where it’s spoken: Belgium (Wallonia, Brussels), Canada (particularly Quebec, New Brunswick and Eastern parts of Ontario), France, Switzerland, Francophone Africa, French Caribbean, French Polynesia, various islands in the Indian and Pacific Oceans.

Where it’s spoken: Austria, Belgium (Eupen-Malmedy), Germany, Luxembourg, Liechtenstein, Switzerland, South Tirol (in Italy)

Where it’s spoken: Greece, Cyprus

Where it’s spoken: Iceland, Faroe Islands, Norway

Where it’s spoken: Italy, Switzerland, San Marino

Where it’s spoken: Japan

Where it’s spoken: Russia, former Republics of the Soviet Union, Mongolia

Where it’s spoken: Hispanic America, Spain, United States, Equatorial Guinea, Western Sahara, Pacific islands

Where it’s spoken: Turkey, Cyprus, Bulgaria

How do you say “I love you” in your language? Better yet, how do you express your love to that special someone? Let me know by commenting below. 💕

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Polly Amora

Polly Amora is the general manager of a privately owned corporation in Manila, Philippines. She is a life-long learner who is extroverted to the extreme, knows four languages, is loud and outspoken, and enjoys adventure in the mountains, the beach, and the city. You can throw her wherever and she'll handle it like a pro. Her weaknesses include ice cream and beer.

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2 Comments

  1. So, you have to become good at pronouncing “je t’aime”…madali lang iyan

  2. This was really neat!! ^_^

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