This Valentine's Day, we're not saying Shakespearian literature is the route to confess your feelings to your beloved (although it doesn't hurt), but you never know where you'll be in the world when the moment is right to use the universal tour de force phrase, "I love you." As a helpful tool, we're teaching you how to say "I love you" in 10 different languages.
Note: This is the standard Arabic way to say "I love you." Different dialects and contexts decipher how this phrase is altered.
Note: Pronounce Ngo like "Gno-" in "Gnocchi." Pronounce Ney like "Na" in "Nation."
Note: Pronounce Je like "g" in "mirage."
Note: Italian, Portuguese and Spanish all stem from the common denominator of Latin. Just the word, "love," is amore (Ah-Mor-A) in Italian, while Portuguese and Spanish are both amor (Ah-Mor). It's important to remember so they are not interchanged.
Note: Pronounce "Teh" like "Tay" in "Taylor."
Note: Pronounce blyu like "blue."
Note: Another way to say "I love you" in a less traditional way is to say, Te Quiero (Teh-KeyA-dO), which translates to "I want you," although it is not necessarily sexual. It is more affirmative.
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