English to you to thee. English to like to love to dote to fancy to enjoy to like. English beloved loved dear. Context sentences Context sentences for "et je t aime" in English These sentences come from external sources and may not be accurate. French Et je t ' aime tellement, putain.
French Et je t ' aime. French Mais je ne serai jamais un danseur lascif More by bab. French et je t aime Even more translations in the English-Thai dictionary by bab. Hangman Hangman Fancy a game? Or learning new words is more your thing? Why not have a go at them together!
Internships abroad Join the bab. We've been together but never expressed love. She is from France so she'll know what it means. How serious is saying "Je t'aime"? Is it a playful expression of affection?
Or is it fairly serious? On a valentine's day during dinner with a girl and the lovely view?
There is no ambiguity about it, it's definitely in all seriousness! Many people nowadays throw 'love' around like it doesn't have any true meaning, so the real answer is whatever loving someone means to you.
Many people have different interpretations of love. Je t'aime peut se traduire par : ''I love you'' ou bien ''I like you''! Sometime a Mom could also say that to her child or the reverse, though but I suspect it's an Americanism, and not that frequent.
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It is the same to say "I love you" so you can judge from there. I would say it's even more serious than "I love you". I often hear english speakers use "I love you" in a not-so-serious way to mean "You rock! Fatalize I often hear and use je "Tu sais que je t'aime toi" in the same meaning as "You rock! What oldergod said.
It depends on how you say it and the context. Given the description you provided, I'd say not to worry about it appearing too serious. But then again, it depends on the recipient and on your past history together.
Limo Limo 5 5 bronze badges. Well it really means "I love you…". It is definitely more serious than: Je t'aime bien.