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How to Say “I Love You” in 20 Different Languages

How to Say "I Love You" in 20 Different Languages
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New possibilities will only open doors to new opportunities.

Valentine’s Day is nearly here and there’s no better way to celebrate the occasion than by declaring your love to your friends, family, and partners across the world.

Whether you’re lucky enough to go abroad this Valentine’s Day or looking to impress that special person in your life, the team at Preply has listed how to say “I love you” in 20 different languages.

These beautiful phrases include “Te quiero” in Spanish and “ik houd van je” in Dutch. 

How to Say "I Love You" in 20 Different Languages

When it comes to learning a second language, Daniele Saccardi, languages expert at Preply, gives the following tips: 

Immerse yourself in the language 

Become immersed in the language by listening to foreign films and music. As your language improves, start reading books in the language and use a dictionary to translate any words you don’t understand.

Make sure to study pronunciation 

Many language learners can fixate on grammar and vocabulary. However, pronunciation is much more difficult to fix in the later stages of language learning. Make sure to practice pronunciation by impersonating other language speakers. 

Practice speaking early 

Many people fear speaking in another language due to embarrassment or saying something wrong. However, it’s easier to learn the language while you’re practicing it. Try and have daily conversations in the language, or use speaking apps to help yourself learn. 

Be consistent

One classic New Year’s resolution is learning a new language. However, many of us don’t follow through with the goal. The key to language learning is to stay motivated and keep going, acknowledging that it will be challenging at times, but worth the effort in the long run. 

Make it fun

Language learning can and should be fun. Immersing yourself in a new culture and new possibilities will only open doors to new opportunities. You’ll make new friends and gain new experiences all through learning. 

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