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I love you:
Japan - Ai shi teru
Chinese - Wo Ai Ni
Malay - Aku sayang engkau
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Last edited by rhapsody blue; May 08, 2008 at 03:43 PM.
dammit, someone beat me to the russian translations! lol
anywho, "thank you" and "you're welcome" are pretty basic knowledge of any language. don't ask me how to say "i love you" though...
Ïn Hungarian you can say
te vagyok seretett (you are loved)
én szeretlek neked (i love you)
szeretlek imádlak akarlak (i think it's i love you aswell, not sure, it might mean something else lol)
Please correct my grammar if it's wrong, Havent written in my home language in too long
and hello is depending on what situation, I wrote Szia last time but it can also be Sziastok (think it's the spelling)
Singular it's Szia
plural it's sziastok.
I'm depending on you my fellow Hungarians. Correct my misspellings! Yarr!
ok ok ok!
coming through we have an emergency!
there is hungarian that needs correcting.
Te szeretve vagy (you are loved)
[én] Szeretlek [téged] (I love you)... usualy just szeretlek
szeretlek imádlak akarlak (this just means I love you, I "worship" you, I want you. noone really says this except maybe in songs)
Hello can be "Szia" or "hello" "sziastok" is just the prular form of "Szia".
If incase anyone is interested "Sz" is pronounsed "S" (and a "S" in Hungarian is pronounced "Sh") and "Gy" is pronounced somewhere between "J" and "Y".
Moderator message by: AzAdded! thx for coming to the rescue.
Last edited by Azurel; May 17, 2008 at 08:34 AM.
okokok my hungarian is rusty but meh. :P
in portuguese, "i love you" is "amo-te"
Hmm, so is it "Eu ti amo" or "amo-te" in portuguese? or is it both? can someone clarify?
hiligaynon! not filipino, im from the province
thank you = "salamat gid"
i love you = "palangga gid ta ka ya"
I Love You in Spanish literally is "Yo te amo" or simply "Te amo"
"Te quiero" or "Yo te quiero" is I like you.
If you want a detailed explanation:
I = Yo
Love = Amo
You = Te
Yo = I
Te = You
Amo = Love
Moderator message by: AzAdded yonie, and gracias redcometfm and alpvonkri for the explanation.up
The german version isModerator message by: alpvonkri
"I Love You"
German = "Ich liebe dich"
Moderator message by: AzNoted ^^ It's not missing, the listing for "I love you" is new.
Last edited by alpvonkri; May 20, 2008 at 03:42 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost & New German I love you & Thanks ^^
Gosh, Irish is very hard.
Not one coming from Thailand... so, I'm adding in?
Here is what I say:
For Thank you, say "Khob Khun".
For You're welcome, say "Mai Bhen Rai".
To always be sweet by saying politely a man add to every sentences with "Khrab" and a woman does it with "Ka".
Also, if I happened to fall for someone in my country, I'd say to that person "Chan Rak Ther".
"Rak" = "Love" as a verb.
"I love you"
a boy says to a girl: anh yeu em
girl says to boy: em yeu anh
son/daughter says to mum/pa: con yeu me/ba
mother/farther says to son/daughter: me/ba yeu con
say to friend (mostly girl uses): to yeu cau, tao yeu may (very close friend)
I love you ---> Ti amo
Added Yabe, chphkaiten and hueco mundo.
Last edited by Azurel; May 24, 2008 at 10:28 AM.
"how are you" in arabic--- keyfuck(I'm not joking, thats what I say to my family everyday)