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Polish translation: Kocham Cię

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14:20 Jul 19, 2001
English to Polish translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: i love you
i love you
jenny
Polish translation:Kocham Cię
Explanation:
In polish you don't have to use "I" , "You" means "Cię" and "Love" - "kocham"
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T.Krupa
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Summary of answers provided
na +2Kocham CięT.Krupa
naYo te amo
Genio
naTe Amo
Genio


  

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37 mins
Te Amo


Explanation:
In english, the term "I love you" needs the identifier "I". However, in spanish "Te" covers for "I" and "you" so all you need to say is "Te amo", "amo" of course standing for the word "love" in this case.

Hope to have been of some help Jenny!

Genio
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39 mins
Yo te amo


Explanation:
"Yo te amo" is also perfectly correct where by "yo" stands for "I".

Good luck again.. Genio

Genio
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20 hrs peer agreement (net): +2
Kocham Cię


Explanation:
In polish you don't have to use "I" , "You" means "Cię" and "Love" - "kocham"

T.Krupa
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agree  leff
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agree  Anna Bittner
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