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Expressing love

Here are some more useful words for you to know more about how to express love.
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We learned how to say “love”—“ài”. Now let’s put somebody or something after to practice more words and express your love. Please listen and repeat:audio

  • Wǒ ài nǐ。— I love you.
  • Wǒ ài nǐmen。— I love you (plural).
  • Wǒ ài gēge。— I love my elder brother.
  • Wǒ ài dìdi。— I love my younger brother.
  • Wǒ ài dàngāo。— I love cake.
  • Wǒ ài kāfēi。— I love coffee.

What do you love? Please check and tell us via comments.

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