"I love you" in Spanish is "te amo," correct?
people say i love you is te amo but on this website its somthing else is there like to ways to say it or sumthing
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'I Love You' - 'Te amo' (For deep romantic relationships)
'I love you' - Te quiero' (Used with family, friends)
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We use "te amo" for busband/wife or son/daughter. I usually say "te amo" to my daughter. Also to your father and your mother or your brother or sister, I mean very close family, it's very common to say "te amo" to them.
And we say "te quiero" to friends and/or relatives
"Te amo" is definitly stronger than "te quiero"
Think about this:
When you say "te amo" you mean "there's no way to live without you"
When you say "te quiero" you mean "I just love you're my friend, but if you ever left I could manage to live without you"
Yes, there is more than one way to say it. The two most common ways are "Te amo" and "Te quiero".
Te quiero also means "I want you." In fact, you could use quiero for anything that you "want". Te amo pretty much only means, "I love you."
As others have said, te quiero can be between pretty much anyone, but te amo is much stronger. In some places it's only used between husband and wife, but I read in a forum on this a woman said that where she lives if her husband told her "te amo" it would be so cheesy she'd have to burst out laughing. Like soap opera use only or something.
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"Te amo" is I love you (romantic interest only)
"Te quiero" can be I love you in a romantic way or for your family and friend.