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Khushboo Gupta

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How to write I Love You in different languages?


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Love has been there since time immemorial... It is the purpose of procreation. It

multiplies in the company of the beloved and like knowledge increases with age. It is

inconceivable to imagine the world without the benevolent emotion of love. It is the

key to happiness and calls for bestowing this emotion in ample measure on one

another. We never see the spelling of love nor do we see the language of love. Love is

always felt. True love has no language. It is always unsaid. It is always between two souls

thus it is the purest feeling ever. It is the only reality where we want to live to the fullest. Love is

that positive entity that fills your life with bliss.

A perfect relationship is a myth. "Perfect" can never exist. Loving and enjoying your

imperfections is the truth. The imperfectly perfect relationship goal should be faith. As a faith,

the trust holds you together.

Though love is not always about expressing it but still expressing your love is a sweet

gesture, a lifetime memory.

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There are in total 6500 languages in the world. If not this much, there will be more than

100 different languages to say "I love you". To name a few:­

1. Bengali ( the sweetest one ):­ ami tomake bhalobasi.

2. Spanish:­ Te Amo

3. English :­ I love you

4. Arabic :­ ahabak

5. Korean :­ salanghae

6. French :­ je t'aime

7. Turkish:­ seni seviyorum

8. Gujrati:­ hum tane prema karum chu

9. Oriya :­ mu tumoku bhala paye

10. Maithili:­ hawm aham se prem karechi

11. Greek :­ se agapo.

There are several more languages to express this feeling. Whatever the language may be,

the feeling is always the same. All these different languages have only one thing in

common ­ the feeling or the understanding. This feeling is sometimes better to remain

unsaid. In whatever way you say it, the purity always remains there. The peace

associated with it is the same in every language.

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