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Korean translation: 사랑합니다, 사랑해요, 사랑해

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19:07 Dec 19, 2001
English to Korean translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: i love you
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kristen
Korean translation:사랑합니다, 사랑해요, 사랑해
Explanation:
You can say "사랑합니다" politely to someone you'd like to, "사랑해요" more friendly than the above or "사랑해", which is closest way of expression usually to your lover.

Thanks,
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Hazel Shin
South Korea
Local time: 16:38
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5 +2사랑합니다, 사랑해요, 사랑해Hazel Shin


  

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사랑합니다, 사랑해요, 사랑해


Explanation:
You can say "사랑합니다" politely to someone you'd like to, "사랑해요" more friendly than the above or "사랑해", which is closest way of expression usually to your lover.

Thanks,

Hazel Shin
South Korea
Local time: 16:38
Native speaker of: Native in KoreanKorean
PRO pts in pair: 8
Grading comment
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agree  organizer: Explanation in Chinese? General usage is "사랑해." That's enough.
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agree  i2krnboi: agree
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