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|English to Spanish translations [Non-PRO]|
|English term or phrase: I love you|
|I love you|
|te amo/te quiero|
Te amo: used towards a significant other
Te quiero: used towards a family member or non-partner type relationship.
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te amo.......te quiero
There goes Paul again running with the ball.........actually, though both are correct I prefer te quiero in a romantic situation......for example I tell my husband te quiero when I seriously want to say I love you. (Te amo is so generic - you might amar chocolate chip cookies........) Hope this helps! Good luck!
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