I will love you forever

Discussion in 'Spanish-English Vocabulary / Vocabulario Español-Inglés' started by missypop, Jul 30, 2005.

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  1. missypop New Member

    Hi. I just wanted to know how to say 'i will love you forever' in spanish. And also, does 'muchos besos' mean hugs and kisses or lots of kisses? thanks
  2. Mita

    Mita Senior Member

    Chile - Español
    "I will love you forever" --> te amaré por siempre/ te amaré para siempre.
    "Muchos besos" --> lots of kisses.

    Greetings :)
  3. missypop New Member

    Thank u very
  4. teralynn renee New Member

    i was just wondering if anyone knew how to say
    "ill love you forever an then some" in spanish?
  5. lluvia222 Senior Member


    hola, no estoy muy segura pero creo que sería: te amo y siempre te amaré!
  6. tlam25 New Member

    United States and English
    how do u say "I love you and always will?"

    in spanish
  7. SmallJosie Senior Member

    Te amaré (para) siempre.
    Siempre te amaré.
  8. Rapek Senior Member

    Recuerda que este es el foro Inglés-Español. Para salir de esa duda, haz tu pregunta en el foro de Francés-Inglés.

    Haz tu pregunta en el foro de Francés-Inglés.
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    JB Senior Member

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