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Graded automatically based on peer agreement. KudoZ.
Explanation: I think that with relatives and friends a native speaker would tend to use "vi voglio bene" (in the plural), "ti voglio bene" (in the singular); amare (ti amo) is used more for your lover, partner, spouse, i.e. a sexual relationship.
Paola L. M.
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