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2015-03-22T19:47:15+08:00

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Ummm..... the spanish of I Love You is TE AMOR...

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There are two ways on saying the meaningful sentence, "I love you."

TE QUIRO
      · This is used whenever you're saying that you love someone or something or whatever no matter what. No matter what happens, no matter what are the 'what ifs' or no matter there are many 'buts' on that certain something or someone.

TE AMO
      · This is said whenever you speak or talk to a person whom you loved that much and is often used whenever you're in a relationship. It's also said whenever you love someone whom you're already willing to have a relationship to.
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