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. Love is seen in all languages as a way of showing affection for other people, compassion and selflessness for other human beings. Therefore, this article will guide you in learning different ways of saying I love you from just but a few languages.
In Africa there are hundreds of languages spoken by the individuals living in the continent and all use their different languages to say I love you. “Ek het jou life” is a south African translation of the words I love you. “Me dor wo” is a language known as Akan which is usually spoken in Ghana and Ivory Cost which is a translation of the words i love you. One last more language spoken in Africa is Amharic which is spoken by Arabic countries such as Ethiopia, Egypt, Eritrea who translate the words I love you to mean “Ewdeshalehu”.
In Asia, the people living in these parts also have their own languages of saying I love you and not necessarily use the English terms such as Iraq I love you terms are translated to “Ana uhibuky”. “Ami tomaa bhalobasi” is a language spoken in India by the Bengali people located in Bangladesh to tell people you love them thus shows that indeed all languages have their own terms of showing affection to them. Par harps, the last language to look at in Asia is a language spoken by Cantonese in Hong Kong China to mean the same as I love is by saying to a person “Ngo hoi neih”. Even the most populated country in the world China speaking Chinese have their own language of saying I love you translated as “Wo ai ni”
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”. In Europe there is also Flemish language spoken in Belgium, Netherlands and France who translate the terms I love you to their own language said as “Ik hou van je”. Lastly, in Europe another language spoken is French and there translation of the terms I love you are usually said as “Je t’aime.
To say I love you in Brazil a Portuguese speaking country is said as “Eu te mo” to show affection to those you have feeling to. 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.