21 Ways to Write "I Love You" in 21 Languages ...

By Jennifer

21 Ways to Write "I Love You" in 21 Languages ...

This Valentine's Day, why not impress your sweetheart by telling them you love them in another language (or ten)? Here are a few ways to write it down and let them know.

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German

German

2

French

French

3

Spanish

Spanish

4

Swahili

Swahili

5

Italian

Italian

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Croatian

Croatian

7

Hungarian

Hungarian

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Hmong

Hmong

9

Persian

Persian

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Norwegian

Norwegian

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Finnish

Finnish

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Catalan

Catalan

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Filipino

Filipino

14

Armenian

Armenian

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Basque

Basque

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Irish

Irish

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Ukranian

Ukranian

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Korean

Korean

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Afrikaans

Afrikaans

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Esperanto

Esperanto

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Czech

Czech

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Japanese is あいしてる (Ai shiteru) :) there a multiple ways but that's the most serious one

Swedish: Jag älskar dig. And "Jeg er glad i deg" (Norwegian) means "Im glad to have you" more than "I love you "

I agree that the Persian one is jiberrish and what Reihanne is saying is more I like you the true one that I have also mentioned many times before on these and similar posts is; ASHEGHE TAM (اشهقه تم) :) besides that happy new year everyone !

#17 is russian not ukraine, but the words are silmilar. Also i can add Latvian "es tevi mīlu" ❤️

@Anna married couples don't even use that because it is so strong of a phrase. I like 好き or 大好き when it comes to comparison of the "I love you" in the other languages

Aw, this is sweet. I wish there was a pronunciation guide though.

So cute, just PeRsIaN is written backward it's man tu ra dost Darum

All in all, this is sweet tho

I love you in norwegian: Jeg elsker deg

This is really sweet

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