Love you all!!!

Swedish translation: see below

12:19 Jul 17, 2000
English to Swedish translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: Love you all!!!
to write in a letter to my friends back in Sweden
Ekaterina Kovaleva
Swedish translation:see below
Explanation:
The expression is "Älskar er alla" in Swedish. We only use it, though, if we want to say that we actually LOVE someone. If the expression is to be used as an ending in a letter, the more appropriate would be "Kramar"-"Hugs" (mostly used between female friends). A somewhat more formal expression is is "Hjärtliga hälsningar".
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Marra
Sweden
Local time: 09:18
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thank you so much!
I do not have time to learn swedish; maybe someday you all at proz are such a big help!thanx again and God bless!!!
Ekaterina Kovaleva
romans8:38-39
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Explanation:
The expression is "Älskar er alla" in Swedish. We only use it, though, if we want to say that we actually LOVE someone. If the expression is to be used as an ending in a letter, the more appropriate would be "Kramar"-"Hugs" (mostly used between female friends). A somewhat more formal expression is is "Hjärtliga hälsningar".

Marra
Sweden
Local time: 09:18
Grading comment
thank you so much!
I do not have time to learn swedish; maybe someday you all at proz are such a big help!thanx again and God bless!!!
Ekaterina Kovaleva
romans8:38-39
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