How to Say

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.

i love you filipino How to Say

Where it’s spoken: Manila and Northern Philippines

i love you french How to Say

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.

i love you german How to Say

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

i love you greek How to Say

Where it’s spoken:Greece, Cyprus

i love you icelandic How to Say

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

i love you italian How to Say

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

i love you japanese How to Say

Where it’s spoken:Japan

i love you russian How to Say

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

i love you spanish How to Say

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

i love you turkish How to Say

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 señorita behind GoldenIslandSenorita.Net. A corporate warrior by day, and a perpetual explorer by heart. She is a lifelong learner who is very outgoing, speaks four languages, loud & outspoken, and loves to have adventures in the mountains, on the beach, and in the city. You can throw her anywhere, and she'll handle it like a pro. Ice cream and bourbon are two of her weaknesses.

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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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