Love Spelled in Different Languages?

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Many people are familiar with how love is spelled in different languages. In Spanish, love is spelled amor. To say, 'I love you' in Spanish, one would say 'T' amo'. In French, love is amour. To say 'I love you' in French, one would say 'je t'aime'. In Italian, love is spelled amore. To say 'I love you' in Italian, one would say 'ti amo'. In Russian, love is spelled lyubit?. To say 'I love you' in Russian, one would say 'ya tebya lyublyu'.
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