How to say ‘I love you’ in 7 different languages

12/02/2020 | Rebecca Twose

Have you ever wanted to say “I love you” in Italian, or maybe French? It’s definitely romantic to tell your loved one that you love them in a foreign language, so here’s how to say “I love you” in different languages, just in time for Valentine’s Day!

I love you in French
Je t’aime = I love you in French

French

I love you in French = Je t’aime

I love you in Italian
Ti amo = I love you in Italian

Italian

I love you in Italian = Ti amo (for that special someone), or Ti voglio bene (for family or friends)

I love you in Spanish
Te amo or Te quiero both mean I love you in Spanish, but they both have different emotional implications.

Spanish

I love you in Spanish = Te quiero (for family and friends), or Te amo (for that special someone)

German
Ich liebe dich = I love you in German

German

I love you in German = Ich liebe dich

Kocham Cię! = I love you in Polish

Polish

I love you in Polish = Kocham Cię!

I love you in Mandarin
我爱你 (Wo ai ni) = I love you in Mandarin

Mandarin

I love you in Mandarin = 我爱你 (Wo ai ni)

愛してる (Aishiteru) = I love you in Japanese

Japanese

I love you in Japanese = 愛してる (Aishiteru)

There you have it: How to say I love you’ in different languages. There are lots of languages we haven’t covered in this article, so feel free to comment below with how to say I love you in any other languages!

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