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Polish translation: "kocham cie (koham chie)"

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English term or phrase:"I love you"
Polish translation:"kocham cie (koham chie)"
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09:58 Dec 19, 2000
English to Polish translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: I love you!
I want to tell my boyfriend that I love him in his native language.
Sereniteve Rosewood
Kocham Cie
Explanation:
It's pronounced "koham chie".
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George Fabian
Local time: 01:42
Grading comment
It was perfect: simple and easy to understand. Thanks so much! It was a big surprise for him!
4 KudoZ points were awarded for this answer



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15 mins
Kocham Cie


Explanation:
It's pronounced "koham chie".


    I tell my wife the same thing a few times a day
George Fabian
Local time: 01:42
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish, Native in PolishPolish
PRO pts in pair: 292
Grading comment
It was perfect: simple and easy to understand. Thanks so much! It was a big surprise for him!
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64 days
Kocham Cie


Explanation:
Kocham = I love
Cie = you

The "o" is pronounced like English "aw" but without the "w" sound. It's hard for English speakers to hit exactly. The "a" is pronouced "ah". The "C" must be capital (shows respect), and the "e" has a descending hook (tail like a small left parenthesis), and in speech is pronounced like an English short "e". The "ch" is a heavy "h" sound, like in "chutzpah," and the "Ci" is pronounced like a very soft English "ch", almost like "ts". If you follow this exactly, you should get it almost perfect.
Hope this works for you! ;)


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