How to express your love in 6 different languages ❤️ 🌍 😗

Roses 🌹 are red, violets are blue… Yes, it’s that time of year again! Think roses, chocolates, cards, teddy bears… It’s Valentine’s Day!

We want to make sure you’re ready to celebrate 🎉 Valentine’s Day properly wherever you are in the world. So, we’ve decided to get as cheesy as possible this year and teach you a few ways of expressing your love in six different languages – English, Spanish, French, German, Russian, and Turkish. Are you ready to dive in? 😉

English

  • I’m in love with you.
  • You mean the world to me.
  • I love you to bits.

Spanish

  • Te amo. (Latin America) / Te quiero. (Spain) – I love you.
  • Me encantas. – I really like you.
  • Me vuelves loco / loca. – I’m crazy about you.

French

  • J’aime être à tes côtés. – I love being by your side.
  • Je t’aime. – I love you.
  • Je veux passer plus de temps avec toi. – I want to spend more time with you.

German

  • Ich liebe dich. – I love you.
  • Ich hab dich lieb. – I really like you.
  • Ich steh auf dich. – I’m into you.

Russian

  • Я люблю тебя. (Ya lyublyu tyebya.) – I love you.
  • Male speaker: Я влюбился в тебя с первого взгляда. (Ya vlyubilsya v tyebya s pyervava vsglyada.) – I fell in love with you at first sight.
  • Female speaker: Я влюбилась в тебя с первого взгляда. (Ya vlyubilas v tyebya s pyervava vsglyada.) – I fell in love with you at first sight.
  • Ты – моя любовь на всю жизнь. (Ty maya lyubov’ na vsyu zhizn.) – You are the love of my life.

Turkish

  • Seni seviyorum. – I love you.
  • Senden çok hoşlanıyorum. – I really like you.
  • Sana aşığım. – I’m in love with you.

So go on, we dare you! Use one of these expressions with your Valentine today. We guarantee they’ll be impressed!

Happy Valentine’s Day! 😗

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3 COMMENTS:

  1. Ahmed Elhayani

    Romantic love is letters of example

  2. Amelia

    Love 💖 Me eternally

  3. Stephen

    Russian Language expresses love more fully.