Hello, I have a girlfriend that lives in Bucuresti and this is the only site that I have found where everything written actually makes sense to her..says Google translate is basically useless. Only her "openmindedness" is still a uncomfortable subject for me to get used to... and now she starts to see (we met in november 2015) that I have sincere intentions with her... especially after I had decided not to get back in a new relation after my Polish wife had thrown me on the street in june 2015, leaving me completely with nothing left...
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Terimakasih atas malam yang indah - Thank you for the wonderful night Boleh saya cium kamu? So most of Indonesian women usually just 'wait and accept' or 'wait and refuse'.
You’ve got a great smile – Sul on väga ilus naeratus 3. You make me (feel) very happy – Sa teed mind väga õnnelikuks 9.
You are very dear to me – Sa oled mulle väga kallis 8.
is more like saying “I’m in love with you.” You can say “I love you” to your family and friends but you are not “in love with” your family and friends.
Again this is only in some countries because in some other countries they do say things like “ comes across as corny, like something from a cheesy telenovela. By the way, since you mentioned that you are living in Belgium, I assume you have noticed that our site is translated in both French and Dutch, and especially this page of the Love phrases has it's counterpart in both French and Dutch. meeting with a romanian woman is a complete new experience for me.... Te iubesc cum nu vezi nici in filme I love you as you don't see in movies Te iubesc mai mult decat se scrie I love you then they write Te iubesc mai mult decat se spune I love you more then they say Te iubesc cand soarele apune I love you when the sun goes down Mai mult decat orice pe lume more than anything in the world Cum nu te-a iubit nimeni As no one loved you Te iubesc cand soarele rasare I love you when the sun rises Te iubesc cu dor si nerabdare I love you with longing and impatience Te iubesc mai mult decat se poate I love you more than can be Te iubesc chiar si atunci cand ma doare I love You even when it hurts ..mult decat orice pe lume ..than anything in the world Cum nu te-a iubit nimeni As no one loved you Te iubesc si nu ma pot abtine I love You and I can not help it Te iubesc tot ci am iti apartine I love You everything I have is yours Te iubesc mai mult decat pe mine I love You more than myself Te iubesc esti singura din lume I love You, You're the only one in the world ..mult decat orice pe lume ..than anything in the world cum nu te-a iubit nimeni As no one loved you Te iubesc si-ti dau tot ci-am in mine I love You and give you all but I have in me Te iubesc la rau nu doar la bine I love you not only for better or worse Te iubesc pentru eternitate for eternity Te iubesc sufletul meu pereche my soulmate ..mult orice pe lume more than anything in the world cum nu te-a iubut nimeni As no one loved you Thank you Hugo, You are right, many Romanian women are sincere and they tend to show the real full unconditional love. It's difficult to generalize so I'm happy that you have found your soulmate.It’s not commonly heard and is mostly something from poetry or literature.One thing you can be pretty sure of is “I love you” is thrown around more freely in Spanish speaking countries than in Western countries.For example "I fell in love with you" can only be translated by "M-am îndrăgostit de tine". I am astonished how much love she has, upright, sincere and simple.... I have to say (and still is for me a strange subject to get used to), that my gf says all the time that what she wants is what she needs...