Ti voglio bene vs. ti amo


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Ti "Voglio Bene" is a Platonic Love, like betweem a parent and a child. If you wants Godfather II, don Corleone (Robert De Niro) says to his son, "ti voglio bene", albeit, in Sicilian.

"Ti Amo", on the other hand, is a Romantic Love, as between a husband and wife.

I'm sure that in Italy or among Italians, like everywhere else in the world, a relationship would slowly transition from "Ti Voglio Bene" to "Ti Amo".
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