How to say "i love you" in vietnamese to a partner/friend/family

“I love sầu you” is one of those sentences which everyone wants to lớn learn when they start studying Vietnamese.

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In the phrase “I love you”, the verb “love” means yêu in Vietnamese.

That’s easy!

However, when it comes khổng lồ addressing yourself (I) and the other person (you), it’s a little bit more complicated in Vietnamese.

How you address people mostly depending on your relationship with that person, their gender và age (generation).

But don’t worry!

This lesson is going lớn be very easy to lớn follow, even if you’re completely new lớn the Vietnamese language và have no idea about the personal pronouns.

Saying “I love you” to lớn your partner in Vietnamese

In Vietphái nam, when being in a relationship or going lớn be in a relationship, the word anh is used to lớn talk about the man, while the word em is used to talk about the woman.

So khổng lồ say ”I love sầu you” in Vietnamese:

If you’re the gentleman, you will say anh yêu thương em to lớn the lady.If you're the lady, you will say em yêu thương anh to the man.

To sound even more lãng mạn & sincere, address the person by the name first, followed by the word à, before the phrase “I love sầu you”.

For instance, if the girl’s name is Ly, you can say Ly à, anh yêu em, which means “Ly, I love you”.


Saying “I love you” to a family member

This section is for my Viet people out there.

In the Vietnamese language, if you’re talking khổng lồ your parents, aunt, uncle, and grandparents, you will always address yourself “I” as con

To address the family thành viên as “You”, you can use the word:

ba - for your fathermẹ - for your motherông - for your grandpa - for your grandma

So lớn say ”I love sầu you” in Vietnamese lớn your mom or grandma, you will say

Con yêu người mẹ ⇢ I love you momCon yêu bà ⇢ I love sầu you grandma

Saying “I love sầu you” to a friend in Vietnamese

What if you want lớn say “I love sầu you” khổng lồ a friend in Vietnamese?

In Vietnam giới, you would only say “I love sầu you” to a very cthua thảm friend who was born in the same year as you, such as a classmate.

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You can address yourself as tao (I) and address the other person as mày (You).

So khổng lồ say “I love you” lớn a cthua friover in Vietnamese, you'll say:

Tao yêu thương mày


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Saying “I love you so much” in Vietnamese

To emphakích thước your love to lớn someone, simply place các lắm after the phrase “I love sầu you” that we’ve sầu just learned earlier on.

Nhiều means “a lot” or “much” in Vietnamese. Lắm means “very” or “so”.

Therefore, các lắm can be translated as “very much” or “so much”.

For examples:

Anh yêu thương em nhiều lắm ⇢ I love you so much (man khổng lồ woman)Con yêu chị em các lắm ⇢ I love you so much mom

Responses to lớn “I love sầu you” in Vietnamese

Here are some useful phrases that you can use to lớn respond when someone says “I love you” khổng lồ you in Vietnamese.

1. Saying “I love sầu you too” in Vietnamese

To make this sentence, simply place the word cũng before the verb yêu (love).

Cũng is the equivalent of “also” or “too” in English.

For examples:

Em cũng yêu thương anh ⇢ I love you too (woman to lớn man)Con cũng yêu cha ⇢ I love sầu you too dad

2. Saying “I love you more” in Vietnamese

This is another way khổng lồ respond to the phrase “I love sầu you”. Simply place the word nhiều hơn at the kết thúc of the sentence.

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đa phần hơn is the equivalent of “much more” in English.

For examples:

Anh yêu em nhiều hơn ⇢ I love sầu you too (man to woman)Con yêu bà bầu nhiều hơn thế nữa ⇢ I love sầu you more mom

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