Today is Valentine’s Day! This day a lot of flowers, chocolate, sweets are exchanged between loved ones all over the world, in the name of St. Valentine. This day is the perfect opportunity to share your feelings with someone you love. This article will help you to share your feelings in different languages!
1. Talking about love in French
Paris is one of the most romantic cities in the world. Eiffel Tower is the best place where you can declare your love to your loved one. Unfortunately, it is quite complicated to travel this year. Don’t worry, you can create a romantic Parisian atmosphere even at home, just make a playlist with French songs!
“Je t’aime” – this is how “I love you” sounds in the French language. For those who are not ready to say these three magical words, there is another phrase: “ Je t’aime bien” which means “I like you”. Improve your French to impress your beloved.
2. In German
Germans don’t have a reputation for romantic people, as French. Nevertheless, they are also falling in love! A declaration of love in German sounds no less beautiful than in French! Liebe is a German noun that means “love.” “Ich liebe dich” is what you will tell your beloved to declare your love in German. For the less brave or for those who are not yet ready to confess their love, there is another phrase – “Ich hab dich lieb” which means “I really like you”.
3. Talking about love in Russian
As for the Russian language, the love-declaration in Russian sounds very strange for the people who don’t speak Russian. The alphabet is different and there are a lot of different sounds that don’t exist in other languages. If you have never learned the Russian language, it will be challenging for you. But if you really want to impress your loved one, here is a phrase – “Я люблю тебя » which means “I love you”. Another phrase that you will probably also need is “Ты мне нравишься” – “I like you” in English.
4. In Spanish
In Spanish, two phrases express your strong feeling “te amo” and “te quiero”. But these two phrases are used in different ways across the Spanish-speaking world. “Te amo” comes from the verb “amar” which means to love, meanwhile “te quiero” comes from the verb “querer” which means to want, but “te quiero” still can be translated as “I love you” in certain circumstances.
“Te quiero” is actually the most common way to say “I love you” in Spanish. This phrase has a lighter connotation of love and care. Even friends and relatives frequently say “te quiero mucho” to one another. “Te amo” is used to express the greatest and deepest degree of affection. You should use this phrase in meaningful relationships or with very special people.
5. Talking about love in Italian
Italian is a very beautiful language. Italian language, as we know it today, was meant to charm and beguile. This is the language of famous poets and artists who left their mark on the country by shaping its signature sound. “Ti amo” is Italian “I love you”. The phrase is based on the verb “amare” which means “to love”. You can say it to your loved one as well as to family members.
You can increase the power of this expression by saying “Ti amo tanto” which means in English « I love you so much ».
6. In Portuguese
Portuguese and Spanish languages are quite similar, so if you want to say someone “I love you” you will say “Eu te amo”. Or if you want to make things sound more intense say “Te amo muito” which means “I love you a lot”.
7. In English
“I love you”, three simple words that can change your life, make it better and fulfil it with happiness. If you didn’t find the courage to say it before, Valentine’s day gives you a greater opportunity to talk about your feelings.
Another phrase to say about your feelings is “I like you”. This phrase simply means that you like the person, but who knows, maybe one day you will finally find the courage to say to the same person that you love him/her.
As the Beatles sang, “All you need is love!”. Learning another language is, after all, a great way to broaden your potential dating area. Welcome to Angelio Academia, the school that opens you the greatest opportunities!
In what language have you already shared your feelings?