1, Mi piaci. “I like you”
The literal translation is “I like you”. It is one of the Italian words that is difficult to explain grammatically, but conversations using piacere (second person is “piaci”) is in everyday conversation. The one Italian often use is the third person mi piace (I like this). On Facebook, “Like” is “mi piace” in Italian. There is no strong meaning like “I love you”, so we can use it for our friends.
Application: mi piaci quando sorridi. I like you when you laugh.
- Ti voglio bene “I love you”
The literal translation is a difficult to say, but it would be: “I want you goodness.” If you are learning Italian, you know at the basic stage that “bene” means that means “good” in adverb, but this “bene” is a noun that means “good” (reference is here) A word used for family and lovers.
Application: ti voglio benissimo / ti voglio troppo bene: I love you very much
ti voglio un mondo di bene: May good things all over the world fall on you
- ti amo “I love you”
It means “I love you” straightforwardly. amo (amare) is the verb and means “love” and has a very strong meaning, so Italians will not use this word unless they are serious about it. If you hear this word in a few months after dating, I can be sure that it’s not serious.
- Sono innamorata di te. “I fell in love with you”
This is a word that can only be used for romantic feelings. Please note that if the person speaking is a man, it will be “innamorato”.
There is no time to translate everything, but there is a site that says “I love you” in Italian in more ways, so I will post only the link.
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