Bulgarian: I love you, I miss you

Discussion in 'Other Slavic Languages' started by BillyF, Apr 29, 2009.

  1. BillyF New Member

    Hey everyone! I am from Greece and my girlfriend is from Bulgaria so I wanted to know how can I say these phrases in Bulgarian! If you can, please translate them writing them both with Bulgarian Alphabet and with English Letters! And it would be easy to know how to pronounce them!

    1) I love you
    2) I miss you
    3) I will miss you
    4) I want you
    5) I missed you
    6) Have a nice trip
    7) You 're the best thing that have happened to me!

    I know they are quite a lot but I really love her and she likes it when I say something in Bulgarian! Thank you all in advance! :D

    Bill
     
  2. DarkChild Senior Member

    Bulgarian
    1) I love you
    Обичам те
    Obicham te

    2) I miss you
    Липсваш ми
    Lipsvash mi

    3) I will miss you
    Ще ми липсваш
    Shte mi lipsvash

    4) I want you
    Желая те
    Zhelaya te

    5) I missed you
    Липсваше ми
    Lipsvashe mi

    6) Have a nice trip
    Приятно пътуване
    Priyatno patuvane

    7) You 're the best thing that have happened to me!
    Ти си най-хубавото нещо, което ми се е случвало
    Ti si nai-hubavoto neshto, koeto mi se e sluchvalo.
     
  3. BillyF New Member

    Oh Thank you very very much Dark Child! Have a great time!!! :D
     
  4. zorosandro New Member

    Varna, Bulgarian
    "I want you" is more like "Искам те" ("Iskam te"). My personal understanding of English is that "Желая те" ("Zhelaya te") is "I desire you". Anyway, both are still pretty good. :)
     
  5. DarkChild Senior Member

    Bulgarian
    But zhelaya te is more poetic :D
     
  6. BillyF New Member

    Well, the truth is that I knew Iskam te and I think she once told me zhelaya te! So, both are perfect but the more poetic the better! :D

    Thank you both! ;)
     

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