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HOW TO SAY I LOVE YOU IN 25 LANGUAGES!
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Posted on Mon, Feb 13, 2006 18:41

How to say 'I love you' in 25 languages.....
>
> English
> I Love You
>
> Spanish
> Te Amo
>
> French
> Je T'aime
>
> German
> lch Liebe Dich
>
> Japanese
> Ai Shite Imasu
>
> Thai
>
> Phom rak khun
>
> Italian
>
> Ti amo
>
> Chinese
> Wo Ai Ni
>
> Swedish
> Jag Alskar
>
>
> Alabama
> Arkansas
> Kansas
> Oklahoma
> Texas
> North Carolina
> South Carolina
> Georgia
> Tennessee
> Missouri
> Mississippi
> Louisiana
> Virginia
> West Virginia
> Kentucky
> parts of Florida

Nice ass, get in the truck



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Posted on Sat, Apr 15, 2006 06:08

Hey, you forgot Polynesian, "Cum a wanna lay ya" heyah! heyah!

  


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Posted on Mon, Feb 20, 2006 15:31

When I was a little guy I used to beg her and my great grandmother both to teach me the entire language. My grandmother would teach me what she could remember (phrases, greetings, etc) and my great grandmother would tell me that since no one in N. California spoke Cherokee, why learn it? A couple of years ago I found myself riding through the Ozark Mountains in the spring time (breath takingly beautiful place!) and I happened on a little shop in Eureka Springs full of Cherokee art, and various other stuff. I found a book there that had the language in two dialects. I still have it, but wouldn?t mind taking some classes some day to actually learn the language.



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Posted on Mon, Feb 20, 2006 05:33

buggerbender write:
"Che Woka La"

Cherokee, not sure what dialect though sorry. My grandmother used to tell me that when I was a kid. She was full Cherokee so I assume it was right.

Buggerbender I would assumeyour grandmother was right also.I had 2 4 & 5
th great grandmothers that were full blood chrokee but that
s the first I
ve heard of that " Che Woka La".Thank you for passing that on...Nyoka

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Posted on Mon, Feb 20, 2006 00:35

"Che Woka La"

Cherokee, not sure what dialect though sorry. My grandmother used to tell me that when I was a kid. She was full Cherokee so I assume it was right.

  


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Posted on Sun, Feb 19, 2006 13:04

NORTY write:
Mme te rada = I love you. (Masc.)
Mme te rad = I love you. (Fem.)

Thank you Norty for the translation:)



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Posted on Thu, Feb 16, 2006 10:14

NORTY write:
Mme te rada.
Czech

Sorry I don
t understand???

  


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Posted on Thu, Feb 16, 2006 10:11

Hooch2005 write:
I love it...thanks for this!!!

LOL Me Too!! YW.... Glad you liked it.....Thought it wuz cute =)

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Posted on Wed, Feb 15, 2006 12:23

I love it...thanks for this!!!



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