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Say “I Love You” in Different Languages

The most difficult part in a new relationship is saying, “I love you”. If you have really fallen in love with your partner, confess your feelings when the time feels right comes. Do this even if you feel intimidated that your partner doesn’t feel the same way. There are high chances that if you feel strongly toward your partner, they feel the same about you. 

As Valentine’s Day quickly approaches, all of us in our life have somewhere thought to say “I love you” in a different language. If you are wondering how people say, “I love you” around the world? Let’s have a look at how people say I love you in 55 different languages. 

“I Love You” in Different Languages

I Love You in Different Languages

1.Spanish: te amo, te quiero

2.English: I love you

3.Hindi: main Tumse Pyar karta hoon

4.Arabic: ahabak

5.Portuguese: Eu te amo

6.Bengali: Āmi tōmāẏa bhālōbāsi

7.Russian: ya lyublyu tebya

8.Malay/Indonesian: saya sayang awak

9.Korean: salanghae

10.Telugu: nēnu ninnu prēmistunnānu

11.Vietnamese: anh yêu em

12.French: je t’aime

13.Marathi: mī tujhyāvara prēma karatō

14.Turkish: seni seviyorum

15.Italian: ti amo

16.Thai: P̄hm rạk khuṇ

17.Gujarati: Huṁ tanē prēma karuṁ chu

18.Polish: kocham Cię

19. Pashto: (za la ta Sara meena kawom)

20.Kannada: Nānu ninnannu prītisuttēne

21.Malayalam: ñān ninne snēhikkunnu

22.Sundanese: abdi bogoh ka anjeun

23.Chamorro: Hu guiaya hao

24.Hausa: Ina son ka

25.Maithili: hawm ahāṃ se prem karechi

26.Sindhi: Man tokhe prem karyan ti 

27.Uzbek: Men seni Sevaman

28.Amharic: ewedihalehu

29. Fula: mi yidi ma

30.Igbo: a hụrụ m gị n’anya

31.Oromo: Sin jaalladha’

32.RoAzerbaijani: Mən səni sevirəm

33.Manipuri/Meitei: əi-nə nəng-bu nung-shi

34.Chichewa: Ndimakukonda Ndimakukondani

35.Cebuano: gihigugma TIKA

36.Dutch: ik hou van je

37.Manian: te iubesc

38.Santali: ing aming sibilama

39.Khmer: khnhom​ sralanh​ anak

40.Sinhalese: mama oyāṭa ādareyi

41.Assamese: môi apunak bhal paû

42.Madurese: Kula tresna / panjengan

43.Somali: Waan ku jeclahay

44.Dogri: Minjo tere naal Pyar hega

45.Marwari: main tanne Pyaar karoon

46.Hungarian: Szeretlek

47.Chewa: ndimakukondani

48.Magahi: həm t̪oːraː seː pjaːr kərə hɪjoː

49.Greek: Se agapó

50.Akan/Twi: Me dor wo

51.Khasi: Nga ieid ia phi

52.Kazakh: men seni jaqsı köremin

53.Zulu: Ngiyakuthanda

54.Czech: Miluji tě

55.Afrikaans: Ek het jou lief

Also Read: History of Valentine’s Day

When to Say “I Love You”

When to Say “I Love You”

When the feeling seems mutual, you should confess your love. To know if the feeling is mutual, pay attention to any signs your partner gives. The more you get to know your partner, the more you’ll know their feelings towards you. If your partner makes you smile, looks at you yearningly, and you become their priority in life, they are most likely to have strong feelings towards you.

Wait for the correct time to express your feelings. The perfect time to profess your love will come to you instinctively. You’ll know the time is right, based on your partner’s body language. 

Don’t make any rush to say “I love you” in your relationship. It would be best if you tell your partner your feelings after you’ve spent enough time with them and know them pretty well. That amount of time will depend on your particular relationship. More precisely, you should wait to tell them you love them until you know your genuine feelings.

Don’t waste too much time saying how you feel. If you wait for too long, both of you may grow apart. Your partner may think you are not into them if you don’t express your feelings in time.

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How to Say “I Love You”

How to Say “I Love You”

Prepare yourself before you say, “I love you.” If you are less confident about telling your partner your feelings, take a deep breath and say to yourself, “I can do it,” or something similar. Remind yourself of all the reasons you love your partner to distract you from your fear of rejection.

Always be face-to-face with your partner to tell them about your feelings. Do not miss their facial expression and reaction when you tell them that you love them. Be more confident and either tell your partner your feelings in person or do it on a video call. Try to avoid confessing via text or phone call. 

Choose a private place to make the moment intimate and unique. Avoid confessing your love in front of a lot of people. The confession may put outside pressure on your partner, complicating their feelings. Find a romantic time to tell your partner about your feelings, such as a nice dinner or spending time at home.

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Prepare yourself emotionally for their reply to your confession. Unfortunately, no one can control your partner’s reaction. Even if you want them to say, “I love you too,” in return. There is no guarantee they would react the same way. If you genuinely love your partner, you should tell them, regardless of how they may respond.

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