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Loving French Expression

MeaningI love you
Registernormal
Pronunciation
IPA <ʒə tɛm>

Usage notes: The French verb aimer can mean "to like" or "to love," so context is really important for knowing just how someone feels. Usually speaking, if the human being is staring adoringly into your eye while saying je t’aime, or supplies a regards to endearment choose mon chéri or ma puce, it’s a certain bet that he or she loves you.

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Texting abbreviation: jtm

Variations/Responses

Je vous aime – i love friend (when talk to an ext than one person)

  to make your platonic feel clear, you have the right to soften the expression with the adverb bien:

Je t’aime bien. – I prefer you (as a friend).

Learn more: Aimer – prefer vs love

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