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updated MAY 31, 2008
posted by Diamond

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Oh, I didn't know. Learned something new. smile.

updated MAY 31, 2008
posted by Golnaz
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In Spain we say "Te quiero" for "I love you".

updated MAY 31, 2008
posted by lazarus1907
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Te quiero actually means more like "I want you". For I Love you you could say :" te amo"
To conjugate this verb :
yo amo
tu amas
el/ella/usted ama
nosotros amamos
ellos /ellas/ ustedes aman

updated MAY 31, 2008
posted by Golnaz
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Do you mean 'te quiero'?
Meaing 'I want/love you'

updated MAY 30, 2008
posted by DarkTree
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Welcome to the forum.
Thank's for the post with title, although more context or explanation could help.
Are you looking for translation?
Te quiro, seems as misspelling of "Te quiero" that does means "I love you" .

updated MAY 30, 2008
posted by Vernic
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