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Telling I love you in your language
#26
Turkish: Seni Seviyurum :love
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#27
Georgian: მე შენ მიყვარხარ
Me Shen Mikvarkhar= Me (I) Shen (you) Mikvarkhar(love _verb)
or just say M I K V A R K H A R :love
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#28
I will teach you all with the three more Asian "I Love You" Languages...

Malays: Aku Cinta Pada Mu (Aku: I; CInta: Love; Pada Mu: You)
Simplified Chinese: 我爱你 (我:I; 爱:Love; 你:You)
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#29
willyoumind, can you specify how the Chinese words are spelled?
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#30
Terry Wrote:willyoumind, can you specify how the Chinese words are spelled?

Sure, Terry.

The pronounciation for this "我爱你" will be like this:

'我' (Wo) is same with "War" in English.
'爱' (Ai) is same with "I" in English.
'你' (Ni) is same with "Knee" in English.

So, put all three words together you will get, "War I Knee"...lol

Hope I answered your question Smile
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#31
can you post the same for other Asian languages Willy? I really like the way it sounds Confuseduper
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#32
Yep, Helen as your wish is my command...lol

By the way, I Love You in Korean will be sound like this: 사랑해 (sarang hae)

Here is the explanation:

사 is stand for 'sa', which is mean I
랑 is stand for 'rang', which is mean Love
해 is stabd for 'hae', which is mean You!

SO, I love you in Korean is pronounced as "Sa Rang Hae" where the "Hae" is same with the "Hair" in English!
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#33
in Turkish "seni seviyorum"
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#34
OK, In Japanese I Love You Will be in two different forms...

Ai shiteru (愛してる) <-- I love you; and

Daisuki da yo(大好きだよ)<-- I really really like you

Oh, I really really like you in Korean will be: 진짜 진짜 좋아해 (Jinjja, Jinjja Johahae)

The Jin is same with "gene" in English;
The Jja is same with "char" in English;
The Jo is same with "Zoo" in English;
The ha is same with "Ah" in English;
The Hae is same with "Hair" in English.

So, it will sound like "Gene Char Gene Char Zoo Ah Hair" in English Smile
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#35
ok, I'll bear that in mind if I go to Korea and I hear gene char zoo ah air, this means somebody loves me Smile
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#36
M.Helen Wrote:ok, I'll bear that in mind if I go to Korea and I hear gene char zoo ah air, this means somebody loves me Smile

Hehe, you're surely a fast learner, Helen...Hope someone will say this to you when you're travelling to the Korea Smile
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#37
Welsh: Dw i’n dy garu di
Cornish: My a'th kar (I you love)
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#38
How to say I LOve YOu in Thai Language...

The boys say: "Pom-ruk-koon" to the girls;

The girls say: "Chun-ruk-koon" to the boys!

Note: The "Pom" sounds like "Pong" in English; the "Chun" sounds like "Churn" in English; "Ruk" will be sound like "Rude" and "Koon" is sounds like "Coon" in English!
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#39
and how is "pom" and "chun" translated?
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#40
M.Helen Wrote:and how is "pom" and "chun" translated?

The "Pom" means "I" and it's only used by the man; while "Chun" means "I" (A more polite way) and it used by the woman!

Thus, the "Pom" and "Chun" is still the same "I" in the English word!
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#41
Hehe, it's me, willyoumind again and today I would like to teach you to speak I Love You in Tibetan!

I Luv U in Tibetan will be sounded like "nga kayrâng-la gawpo yö"!
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#42
willyoumind Wrote:Hehe, it's me, willyoumind again and today I would like to teach you to speak I Love You in Tibetan!

I Luv U in Tibetan will be sounded like "nga kayrâng-la gawpo yö"!
I think it's unpronounceable! :haha
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#43
M.Helen Wrote:
willyoumind Wrote:Hehe, it's me, willyoumind again and today I would like to teach you to speak I Love You in Tibetan!

I Luv U in Tibetan will be sounded like "nga kayrâng-la gawpo yö"!
I think it's unpronounceable! :haha

Hehe, I'm sure you can do it here, Helen.

Let me simplify the pronunciation for you guys...

'Kay' is Kay in English
'rang' is rung in English
'la' is la in English
'Gaw' is gulp in English
'po' is pol in English

So, it will sound like this, "Nga Kay Rung-la gulp Po yo"! Smile
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#44
Dutch: Ik hou van jou (Ik = I, hou = love, van jou = you)
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#45
I like the best way it sounds in Hawai
aloha wau iā ‘oe

Plus, in Lithuaniam it sounds nice definitely
aš tave myliu
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#46
I love You in Hokkien, one of the Chinese Language Dialects will be: Wa Ai Lu

Simple enough, isn't it?

Wa is "I"; Ai is "Love"; Lu is "You"...
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#47
ARMENIAN: yes kez siroumem (yes = I; kez = you; siroumem = love)
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#48
Ok, today is I love you in Hakka, another Chinese language dialects and it sounds, "Ya Ai Ru"

Ya is I; Ai is Love; Ru is You! Simple as ABC Smile
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#49
Chechnyan: sun ho ez (sun = I; ho = love; ez = you)
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#50
well here come the greek...all three variations

σε αγαπαω
σε αγαπω
σ'αγαπω

one being the abreviation of the other but meaning exactly the same thing...

se agapao
se agapo
s'agapo

note that where g greeks do not pronounce "g", but "Y" something like "yes"...

so it is se ayapao,se ayapo, s'ayapo.....

we do not put "I" when we say someone that we love him/her, the verb explains that , so it is not necesairy.... so "se" means you, and "agapao" or "agapo" means love as a verb....not the LOVE as a noun..the noun in greek is αγαπη and is is agapi or pronounced ayapi......
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