Love is an uncountable noun. It can both be an explicit declaration of devotion and an unspoken sense of lingering emotions.
In its truest form, however, love is a transitive verb. And verbs mean action.
Love in “I Love You” is a verb.
So love can propel us into an act of constant creation, a dance of shared glances, and a symphony of mutual respect.
And here’s a table of how to express your love in 40 languages and impress your loved ones:
|“I Love You”
|Jeg elsker dig
|Yay els-ker dai
|Ik hou van je
|Ik how van ye
|Ma armastan sind
|Mah ar-mah-stan sind
|Ich liebe dich
|Ikh lee-buh dikh
|אני אוהב אותך
|Anee ohev otakh
|मैं तुमसे प्यार करता हूँ
|Main tumse pyaar karta hoon
|Ég elska þig
|Yeg els-ka thig
|Aku cinta kamu
|Ah-koo chin-tah kah-moo
|Tá grá agam duit
|Taw graw ug-um ditch
|Es mīlu tevi
|Es mee-loo teh-vee
|Aš tave myliu
|Ash tah-veh mee-lyoo
|Wǒ ài nǐ
|Jeg elsker deg
|Yay els-ker dey
|Eu te amo
|Ew chee ah-moh
|Я тебя люблю
|Ya teb-ya lyub-lyu
|Jag älskar dig
|Yahg el-skar dey
|Chan rak khun
|Anh yêu em/Em yêu anh
|Ahn yuh em/Em yuh ahn
|Rwy’n dy garu di
|Roo-in duh gar-ee dee
Love is usually a transitive verb, but can sometimes be an intransitive verb.
• Love As Transitive Verb: “I love her deeply.”
“Love” is a transitive verb here because it takes a direct object, “her.” The verb “love” describes the action of having strong feelings of affection for a specific person.
• Love As Intransitive Verb: “I love to travel.”
In this sentence, “love” is an intransitive verb because it doesn’t take a direct object. The verb “love” simply expresses a general feeling of enjoyment or pleasure.
“Love” can also be an interjection and an adjective.
• Love As Interjection: “Oh, love! You’re the reason for my happiness.”
In this, “love” is an interjection because it’s an exclamation that expresses strong emotion. It’s used to express surprise, joy, or other intense feelings.
• Love As Adjective: “I have a love for art.”
In this, “love” is an adjective because it describes the noun “art.” It tells us what kind of feeling the speaker has towards art. It indicates a strong liking or fondness.
Finally, something to remember:
“The people who love you tend to see you differently than those who perceive you for the first time.”
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