Twelve Different Ways to Say ‘I Love You’
This valentines day say ‘I Love You’ in twelve different languages to your valentines. You will no longer have the excuse of a language barrier … whoever they are, wherever they are, tell them that you love them!
- I love you in German: Ich Liebe Dich
- I love you in Italian: Ti Amo
- I love you in Polish: Kocham Cie
- I love you in Portuguese: Amo-te
- I love you in Spanish: Te Amo
- I love you in Turkish: Seni Seviyorum
- I love you in Swedish: Jag älskar dig
- I love you in Welsh: Rwy’n dy garu di
- I love you in Romanian: Te iubesc
- I love you in Czech: Miluji tě
- I love you in Danish: Jeg elsker dig
- I love you in French: Je t’aime
Now if all that love hasn’t got you in the valentine spirit check out some interesting facts we found about the most romantic day of the year.
- Every Valentine’s day, the Italian city of Verona, where Shakespeare’s lovers Romeo and Juliet lived, receives about 1000 letters addressed to Juliet.
- 220,000 is the average number of wedding proposals on Valentine’s day each year.
- In 1537, England’s King Henry VII officially declared February 14th the holiday of St.Valentine’s Day.
- Physicians of the 1800’s commonly advised their patients to eat chocolate to calm their pining for lost love.
- In Victorian times it was considered bad luck to sign Valentine’s day card.
- In the middle ages, young men and women drew names from a bowl to see who would be their valentine. They would wear this name pinned onto their sleeves for one week so everyone could see. This was the origin of the expression “to wear your heart on your sleeve”.
- Many believe the X symbol became synonymous with the kiss in medieval times. People who couldn’t write their names signed in front of a witness with an X. The X was then kissed to show their sincerity.
- In Finland, valentine’s day is called Ystävänpäivä, which translates into ‘Friends day’. In Finland, it is more about remembering your buddies than your loved ones.