10 Ways to Say I Love You in Another Language

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Love! Love! Love!

Would you like to know how to say I love you in another language?

You know, like, take it to another level. That kind thing! 😉

It’d really be fun and lovely of you tell express your love to your partner in a different language. They’d know you really do love them, because you went out of the ordinary and found out how to say I love you in a language different from the usual!

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Below are 10 ways to say I love you in another language:

English — I love you so much

Yoruba — Mo ní ìfé re púpo

Igbo — Ahụrụ m gị n’anya nke ukwuu

Hausa — Ina son ka sosai

Portuguese — Eu te amo muito

French — Je t’adore beaucoup

Latin — Amo te tam multo

Dutch — Ik hou zoveel van je

German — Ich liebe dich über alles

Hindu (Indian) — मैं तुमसे बहुत प्यार करता हु (main tumase bahut pyaar karata hu)

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I won’t lie to you, PORTUGUESE is the SWEETEST. It enmeshes both the emotion and the words in a way that is so endearing and lovely. I am sure you’d love it.

To hear how it is pronounced, click here.

How far? You love it, right? I bet you do love it.

PS: All of these translations were gotten from Google Translate.

Also read how to say I love you (in English) without actually saying I love you.

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