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05:50 Mar 14, 2001
French to English translations [Non-PRO] Art/Literary
French term or phrase:je tembrasse tendrement a demain
I beleive this is used to express endearment or something related to that
Explanation: In French at the end of a letter or note to a friend, we often write "grosses bises", "Je t'embrasse" etc. In English I believe we often end a letter to a friend, "Love". But in the example you are posting "tendrement" suggests feelings so I would write See you tomorrow, lots of love from... or just See you tomorrow, With all my love...
Do you agree?