please help with a translation
I read a poem that says te amo, te quiero, te quiamo,
I know what the first two sentences mean, obviously, but what does te quiamo mean'
"Querer" means "to want" (as in the infamous Taco Bell commercials" "Yo quiero Taco Bell"), but when you say it to another person ("te quiero"), it means "I like/love you."
In English "I want you" has a less charming, more sexual connotation/sound, but in Spanish it doesn't. This is what moms say to their kids, couples say to each other, etc. (If you love someone, you want to be with that person, you *want that person aroud, don't you')
i thought te quiero meant i want you.
I agree Heidita, it's italian, it means the same that "te quiero", "I love you".
What do you mean student''?
I am always obedient!!!, yes sire bob! jeje
I see my student has learnt well. hehehe
Read this before posting a new discussion, please:
ti quiamo: that's Italian for : I love you