Valentine’s day – a day for declaring your love in any way you can.

Valentine’s day – a day for declaring your love in any way you can.

But love can often be more tortured than a simple declaration. As Alfred de Musset said in his book “On ne badine pas avec l’amour”:

“We are often deceived in love, often wounded and often miserable; but we love, and when we are on of the verge of the grave, we look back, and we say: I often suffered, I erred sometimes: but I loved. It is me who lived and not a fictitious being created by my pride and boredom.”

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To help you claim your love in different languages we put together this blog to teach you how to say I love you in 30 different languages:

Albanian:         Të dua

Basque:           Maite zaitut

Bengali:           আমি তোমাকে ভালোবাসি। (Ami tomake bhalobashi)

Cantonese:      我愛你。(Ngo ngoi nei)

Danish:            Jeg elsker dig

Dutch:              Ik hou van je

Esperanto:       Mi amas vin

Estonian:         Ma armastan sind

French:            Je t’aime

Georgian:        მიყვარხარ (mikvarkhar)

German:          Ich liebe dich

Greek:              Σ’ αγαπώ. (S’ agapó)

Hungarian:      Szeretlek

Icelandic:         Ég elska þig

Irish:                 Tá mé i ngrá leat

Italian:              Ti amo

Japanese:        君を愛している。(kimiwo aishiteiru)

Kazakh:            Мен сені сүйемін  (Men seni süī̆emin)

Malay:              Saya cintamu

Manx:              Ta graih aym ort

Portuguese:     Eu amo-te

Romanian:      Te iubesc

Russian:          Я тебя люблю  (Ya tebya lyublyu)

Serbian:           Волим те  (Volim te)

Slovak:               Milujem ťa

Spanish:          Te quiero

Swahili:           Ninakupenda

Swedish:         Jag älskar dig

Turkish:           Seni seviyorum

Welsh:              Dw i’n dy garu di.


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