How Do You Say I Love You In French
Are you saying I love you, Platonic in French?
I love you = i love you when you love)
I love you (it's better to use when you talk to friends)
I'm in love (if you're male) / in love (if you're female) with you (i love you)
Unfortunately, we cannot write the name here: s does not work: s.
G-Time means I love you in French.
Don't say Platonic, it sounds scary in English too.
Say: I love you as a friend, I love you as a friend (male) / friend (female)
I love you i love you
I fell in love with you I fell in love with (male) / I fell in love with you (fame).
The meanings of love and affection are the same.
" I love you "
"I love you" (whatever you want to say, but you're afraid to listen)
The reference to "Plato" is completely irrelevant.
I like you like a friend (Talking to a man)
I like you as a friend (fml)
I know, but I don't know what to write here, sorry.
* Fiction writers don't always translate what you want.
onciation: I love you = Juh Tam
As a friend = with Ahan Ahmed.