How to say "I love you" in Modern Greek?

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Penta

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US and English
Hi.

Okay, in looking up Greek (and finding helpful sites that transliterated from Greek to Greeklish), I was able to find 'I love you' fairly easily. S'Agapo.

But, how do I say 'I love you, too' in Greek? That I could never find.

Also, trying to figure out something more broadly:

For some collaborative writing I do, there are two boys. Around 9. In a spaceborne military school. They've come to consider themselves brothers, regardless of whether they're related by blood or not.

Greek, I know, has plenty of words to describe relationships with.

In modern Greek, which word do I use for things like 'Silly brother' or 'I love you, brother'?
 
  • Well, I have a terrible headache so I will answer your first question which is the only one I can understand at the moment...

    S'agapo or S'agapw (in greeklish) is written "Σ'αγαπώ" in Greek!
    It means "I love you"!
    You can also add here: "Σε λατρεύω" that means "I adore you"!
     

    marilou

    Senior Member
    Toscana-Italia
    Penta, s'agapo in greek is I love you either if I feel you like my brother or I feel you like my lover...
    I love you too I think is "ke ego s'agapo"
     

    Tetina

    Senior Member
    Greece / greek
    S' agapo = Σ' αγαπώ is "I love you" for everyboby, lover, brother, child, friend etc.
    if you want to respond is "kego s' agapo" = Κι εγώ σ' αγαπώ (Κι = and / εγώ = i).
    Σ' αγαπώ, αδερφέ=S' agapo, aderfe = i love you, brother.
     
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