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One of the coolest things about traveling the world is learning a little bit of the local language. I already knew it in French, Spanish, German, Mandarin, Korean, and English of course, but what about the other languages of the world?
So here it is, after hours upon hours of searching and research, this is how to say I love you in different languages — to be exact the most spoken languages in the world! Swahili is the most widely spoken language in Africa with about million speakers, and is the national language of Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda.
Swahili is said to have originated from Arabic, among other languages. Note: Language rankings sourced from International Phonetic Alphabet based on of speakers, and the 13th edition of Ethnologue via David P Brown. Translations sourced from Google translate and a myriad of other sources. If you see an error here, please comment and let me know! Save my name,and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Haha yus, this makes me so happy. Wow you know Javanese too!
Hey Kristin: This is beautiful. You nailed the Hebrew BTW. I got this from the source you provided and this is right below Xhosa internationalphoneticalphabet. I even doubt the Turkish minority here use that phrase. Thank you for include Thai in your list.
No, no, no! Finnish and Swedish are NOT the same! I think brahui must be added too Brahui is a widely spoken language in Asia mostly in Pakistan Turkmenistan Iran and Afghanistan also there are brahui communities in Europe. To say I love you into brahui is e Nehton merve kewa or kane nehton merve arre. Thanks for sharing!
I love to travel and this will be very helpful if I am in a country with a different language. Nice piece. Hi Kristin. I discover your thread with some delay. Cute idea, and great job. For instance, I have been living in North Africa.
An large parts of the marocan population speak arabic as a foreign language, just like most Ivorians speak French. So the counting of arabic is not serious.
Furthermore, difficult to believe that basque would be more spoken than polish or swahili. Kind regards, and good trips. Tap to watch my vlogs on YouTube! Click to posts about. Comment Name Save my name,and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Comments Haha yus, this makes me so happy. The key is in the delivery.
It makes people smile, which is awesome. This was really helpful as I was doing a annerversary gift for my boyfriend. Thank you I used all of them for a present for my boyfriend for our three month!!
We ranked them by of speakers in the world. Thanks for sharing this, though!Love in different languages written
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How to say “I love you” in 12 different languages