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I Love You
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french ^^ it sounds really nice
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french, arabic, japanese and english
in ranked order
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i luv how it sounds in French, Korean, Spanish and Japanese~

French - Je T'aime
Korean - Saranghae
Spanish - Te Quiero / Te Amo
Japanese - Aishiteru
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F / in ure heart :)
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WO AI NI & TE AMO
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23 / F / Carousel
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TE AMO &
I LOVE YOU.
simple but has strong meaning.


MAHAL KITA
gotta love it =)
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French...maybe Italian. Korean's nice too...just kinda rolls off the tongue.
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Its all the same....
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MAHAL KITA
SARANGHAEYO
AISHITERU

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24 / F / Singapore (:
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It sounds the funniest in German to the ears of those who speak English. Sounds like ich liver dish. Very unromantic.
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I think I like it in chinese..=.=
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F / Germany
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"It sounds the funniest in German to the ears of those who speak English. Sounds like ich liver dish. Very unromantic."

Maybe it is because I`m german but "Ich liebe dich!" sounds good, if you speak it right.
I think japanese is very cute!
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27 / F / Japan
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I like it in Chinese, French, Japanese, Korean, and Italian. Actually, I know how to say i love you in a lot of languages and for some reason, to me, all the different ways to say I love you are really pretty to me. Maybe its because you know the meaning of the words. Even if its an ugly language, the phrase I love you just always sounds nice to me
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I don't know. Don't ask me. I am emo today.
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saiyukilover wrote:

Sry but I think its beautiful no matter what language its in. It's the feelings that it's meant to convey that matter. Just hearing it said and knowing what it means is enough.


well said..
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n_n303 wrote:

I'm afraid "i love you" in english is the way to go. It sounds cute, not to mention its popular in almost every country. Even foreigners that know barely any english know the words "i love you"

Changed the Filipino, thanks to simpleyesa
Changed The Cambodian, thanks to frendz2frendz

anyways..here are 83 ways to saying i love you in different languages


12. How to say “I Love You” in Chinese: Wo Ie Ni


- Quote things that are taken from else where. Best to give the source as well. - Fae

^
i feel like i'm at school, yes ma'am.. (=___________=)
anyways heres the source --->http://www.romancetracker.com/how-to-say-i-love-you-in-83-different-languages/


isnt it wo ai ni in chinese (mandarin) not wo le ni.
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