More than 215 million people speak French on all of the continents letting it to be the sixth most widely spoken language in the world. It can provide you with a vast list of benefits available for your life that you could easily acquire for the purpose of the enhancement of your life.
French is the international language of theatre, dance, cooking, fashion, architecture and the visual art. The knowledge of the French language offers access to the great works of literature, as well as films and music. When we refer about French we immediately think of romance as for all of those great writings and poems that the French did regarding the perception of the human body.
French is a smooth language and in general it doesn’t have very harsh sounding words. There is a lot of artistic atmosphere within the French behavior and that is why people bring them into their couples.
This is why we bring to your knowledge how to say “I Love You” in French, and to say “I love you” in French can be very direct or eloquent. Here below are the many phrases you could use.
You first need to know which verb you wish to use, in French you can use: “aimer” (to love), “desirer” (to desire), or “adorer” (to adore). Where “Aimer” reassembles as the strongest of them all in emotion and you will not use this one lightly.
One of the basic things you have to know about the different ways to express your beloved one to know that you love them is to learn how to use the “Tu” when addressing to another person. “tu” is used for people you well know. If you use the phrase “Je T’aime” the “tu” becomes contracted to a single “t” because of the vowel. The phrase will literally translate into “I LoveYou.” But if you seek for a formal event, you might want to use the phrase “Je vous aime.”
Pronunciation of some basic phrases
Je t’adore (I adore you) pronounced as: Zuh ta door.
Je t’aime (I love you) pronounced as: Zuh tem.
Je te desire (I want you) pronounced as: Zuh tuh duzai uh.
J’ai envien de toi (I want you) pronounced as: Zay oh vee du twah.
We highly recommend you to practice all of this before engaging or encountering before someone. If you say to a person that you love them could result exciting of terrifying, but when you do it in French it makes it even more romantic.
“e” (at the “je”) will be pronounced like the “oo” in the word good.
“J” (in “je”) will be pronounced like the “g” in mirage.
“T’aime” will be pronounced like the rhyme in TEM at THEM.
Make it epic.
“I Love You” will sound better by adding something extra. Add your special touch with:
For a woman: you may add “Ma Cherie” pronounced as ma she ree, just after you use the phrase “Je t’aime, toi” which creates some emphasis telling that you love them and them only. For a man “mon cheri” pronounced as: mon shay ree.
Also “mon amour” which means (my love) pronounced as: moh n ah mohr.
“Ma belle” who means (my love) pronounced as: mah bell.
Be more creative. You do not have to stay low to the literal “I love you.” There are lots of ways to express how you feel, but they are much more complicated.
“Je t’aimerai pour toujours” Which means: (I will love you forever) pronounced as zuh tem air-ay poor too-zhoor. “T’es l’amour de ma vie”” Which means: (You’re the love of my life) and pronounced as teh lah-moor duh ma vee.
“Je t’aime plus qu’hier et moins que demain” Which means (I love you more than I did yesterday and less than I will tomorrow) pronounced as zhuh tem ploo kee air ay mwahn ku duh man.
Get ready for a response. The conversation is just starting and will not stop there, get ready for a response or to make a long lasting conversation.
“Est-ce que tu m’aimes?” which means (Do you love me?) and will be pronounced as: Es ku too mehm.
“Moi aussi, je t’aime.” Which means (I love you too) and will be pronounced as: Mwa ah see, zuh tem.
“Veux-tu m’épouser?” Which means (Will you marry me?) and will be pronounced as: Voo too may poo say.