How do I say "I love you" in Norwegian?


In Norwegian, 'I love you' can be said as 'Jeg elsker deg', which is in the Bokmål language or as 'Eg elskar deg', which is the Nynorsk language. If you want to add someone's name, you put it at the end of the sentence. For example, 'I love you Jane' would be 'Jeg elsker deg Jane'.
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