Bímis Gáire Libh said:In Irish:
Gráim thú. (roughly "grawum hu," but you have to hear it spoken to give it justice)
Karan said:Hey Friends here are 100 Lang.
Indonesian - Saya cinta padamu
dashulka said:i love you in Turkish
Good question. I'll try and give the literal meanings to try and help:piccolina1977 said:So, how do you know which one to use in Hindi?
I don't speak Galician, but as a speaker of Portuguese maybe a have a say in this matter. I think it should be Quérote or Quero-te, I don't know how they go about the use of hyphens. Quérote would be more like the Spanish spelling, quero-te like the Portuguese one.Galician - Querote!
It's quite true that Turkish has always been influenced by French and we, Turks, usually admire French romanticism but... We say "I love you" in pure Turkish! (Seni seviyorum.)i LOVE YOU IN FRENCH
i love you in Turkish