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I love you : Ouhibbouk
I love you:Aš tave myliu.
I love you: Я люблю тебе.
thank you/ Merci
You're welcome/ De Rien. well you can actually say this in many ways depending on whether or not your talking formal or informal, but i dont really care, i say the same thing to everyone.
i love you/ je t'aime
Last edited by Illusionary; October 13, 2008 at 11:49 PM.
I love you: Auhebok(the classic arabic) Or Auheboky, to a female
Thank you: Shukran
You're welcome: Aafwan (there isn't really a word for "you are welcome", but this word is the closest to it)
Last edited by Baron Hugenstein; October 18, 2008 at 06:34 PM.
thank you - salamat
you're welcome - i have no idea lol shame on me ( i think its "walang anu man") lol
i love you - mahal kita
^ lol, Salamat can mean "hello/bye" in Arabic version that i speak.
^yeah ive heard it in other languages too dude..
hey, cool thread....
i speak filipino too, but since there are still these marginal differences called dialects, <philippines being strategically diverse, so local tongues are, too> i think translating them into my ilonggo tongue would be nice:
youre welcome-wala anuman ah, <the phrase equivocally translates to 'no problemo,'
i love you-'palangga ta ka' [pɑː.lɑːng'gɑː tɑː kɑː]
"palangga ta ka" in our language means "I care for you deeply", which can be used by friends of non-romantic nature.
then how do you translate i love you in your dialect BB-chan?
well, there is a rather older way of saying 'i love you' the ilonggo way---that is, 'ginahigugma ko ikaw' <but thats so outdated, its giving me the chills just hearing that>
well , in a way youre right, palangga ta ka can indeed be taken for declaring nonromantic type of love, too...
Last edited by duchess of dork; October 28, 2008 at 12:58 AM.
Serbian for "I love You" - Volim te
Thank you- Mahalo or Mahalo nui loa for Thank you very much
Your welcome- there is no way to SAY it
I love you- Aloha 'oe (something like that)
I hope nobody has posted these ones in Latvian. So here it goes:
I love you - Es tevi mīlu
You are welcome - Lūdzu
Thank you - Paldies
In arabic :
I love you : "Ohibuk"
Thank You: Kamsamnida(extremely formal) / Komapsumnida(somewhat formal) / Komuhwaeyo(non formal)
You're Welcome: Chomaneyo
I love you: Sarang Hamnida/Heyo