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

Answer

"I love you" in Bengali is "Ami tomakay bhalobashi." If under unusual circumstances someone wants to say it with the formal version of the word "you," it is, "Ami apnakay bhalobashi."

Bengali is constructed differently from English. "Ami" means "I," which is the subject of the sentence. Next comes the object, followed by the verb at the end. "Tumi" is the informal or familiar way to say "you," and formal "you" is "apni." The "kay" added at the end is what makes the word an object. "Bhalo" means "good," and "bhalobashi" means something like "I good feelings," so the entire phrase, if transcribed literally into English, means something like, "I you good feelings."

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