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Explanation: This would mean "to make love" in the sense of "to fuck" -
"I love to love you" more romantically could be: "Ich liebe es, Dich zu lieben", meaning, I am happy to have fallen in love with you.
Explanation: I don't agree that it means only "happy to have fallen in love". "Jemanden lieben" can mean both - loving them and/or having sex with them. In actual bed situations, however, "Ich liebe es, mit Dir zu schlafen" or "es ist toll, mit Dir zu schlafen" are more common.
Caro Maucher Germany Local time: 14:42 Native speaker of: German PRO pts in pair: 442
Watch out how you translate this.If the author had wanted to talk about sex and f---, he or she would have used that term. Without further text, I assume the author means I am in love with you and love to make love to you.
Leave the sex stuff for Kaiserstrasse.