How to Say I Love You Using Different Languages Worldwide
Even though there are hundreds of languages spoken in the world, the language of love tends to be the same regardless of the language you speak in as it portrays the same feeling of affection. Showing affection. Compassion and selflessness for other people is seen as common by all people on the planet and thus love is universal regardless of your spoken language. Below are a few ways you can say I love using different languages and still mean the same thing.
I love you in Africa is said in hundreds of languages since there exists hundreds of spoken languages in Africa. “Ek het jou life” is a south African translation of the words I love you. Akan is a language spoken in Ghana and Ivory Coast who translate the words I love you to mean the exact same thing by saying to another person “ME dor wo”. For the Arab countries in Africa such as Ethiopia, Egypt and Eritrea, “Ewedshalehu” is their language to say I love you in English.
Since all parts of the earth has different languages then when you are in Asia especially in Arabic countries the saying “Ana uhibuky” is just the same by saying I love you in English. Bengali a language in India spoken in Bangladesh have their own way of speaking the terms I love which when translated to their language it is said as “Ami tomaa bhalobasi”. “Ngo hoi neih” is a Cantonese spoken language used by the people living in Hong Kong part of China to mean the same as I love you. Chinese language with a population of a billion people also have their own language of saying I love you “Wo ai ni” which is also spoken in Malaysian and Singapore .
In Denmark a country in Europe they don’t use the same word as other English speaking countries in Europe but translate I love you to their own language meaning “Jog elsker dig”. If you need to tell someone in Flemish living in Belgium, Netherlands or France then you may consider saying “Ik hou van je”. “Je t’aime” is a French language spoken by French speaking countries such as France to tell someone that you love them.
“Eu te mo” is a Portuguese language different form English spoken by Brazilian people living in south America as a translation of I love you. There is indeed different languages in all parts of the continent which share the same terms to tell someone you love them but in different languages that have been shown in the article.