How to say “I love you” around the world

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Japanese

愛してる  (ai-shee-teh-roo): This phrase means ‘I love you,’ but the Japanese prefer to express love through different ways and phrases. 

Aishiteru.

月が綺麗ですね ? (soo-kee gah kee-ray-deh-soo neh): Meaning ‘The moon is beauiful right?’. this phrase is the equivalent to saying I love you in an indirect way.

Suki ga kireidesu ne?

 

German

Ich lieb dich (ish lee-buh dish): I love you.

Ich habe dich lieb (ish ah-beh dish lee-buh): Meaning ‘I love you lots,’ this phrase is a platonic way of expressing love.

 

Italian

Ti amo (tee ah-moe): I love you.

Mi sono affezionato a te (mi sono ah-feh-zhee-o-nah-to a teh): If you do not feel the same, but you are still fond of the person, this is the phrase to go with.

 

Tagalog

Mahal kita (mah-hal kee-tah): The most common way of saying ‘I love you.’

Iniibig kita (ee-nee-eebig kee-tah): A poetic and old fashioned way of saying ‘I love you.’

 

Greek

Σε αγαπώ (seh ah-gah-po): The most direct way to say ‘I love you.’ in Greek.

Se agapó.

Σημαίνεις τόσα πολλά για μένα. (si-meh-nees to-sah po-lah yah meh-nah): This phrase is a round-about way of saying I love you for the shyer people, meaning ‘You mean so much to me.’

Siménis tósa polá ya ména.

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