I love you in Italian
How do you say I love you in Italian? It's Ti amo! What if you want to tell someone you just want to be friends? After this free audio lesson you’ll know lots of important Italian phrases for those special – and not so special – moments!
Listen to the native speakers on the audio, and practice saying the Italian words aloud. Whether you’re dating or just making some friendly Italian conversation, you never know when you might need to use them!
How to say I love you in Italian
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Note that there is no equivalent in English for "Ti voglio bene", it's kind of between "I like you" and "I love you". It basically means that you like someone very, very much. For example a mother might use "Ti voglio bene" to tell her child how fond she is of him or her.
More Italian love phrases
Asking for a date in Italian
You can ask someone out for a date by saying one of the following phrases…
If the date was successful you might want to say…
Italian dating phrases
Some more useful phrases when dating the man or woman of your dreams…
If you are going out with someone who is not exactly what you were hoping for you could say…
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Maria DiLorenzi and the Rocket Italian Team