How to Say "I love you" in Spanish
Te quiero vs. Te amo
Te quiero, which can be literally translated as I want you, is the most common of these two phrases. You can use it with family members, pets, friends, or significant others.
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Other phrases that express love and affection include the following:
|I love you a lot./I really love you.||This is just Te quiero. kicked up a notch.|
|xoxo||TQM stands for Te quiero mucho. It's very common to see this in texts and emails.|
|I adore you.||This phrase is similar to Te amo. in that it is reserved for someone you have romantic feelings for.|
|I like you./I find you attractive.||Commonly used to tell someone you have a crush on them.|
|I miss you.|
|I'm in love with you.||Use this version if you're male.|
|I'm in love with you.||Use this version if you're female.|
|xoxo||Another common way of ending a message when chatting with friends. You can also use just Besos or just Abrazos.|
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