10 Best Ways To Say I Love You In French

November 24, 2020

Every day is the perfect time for falling in love over and over again. Wherever you are in the world, no one can deny the fact that hearing the words Je t'aime or I love you in French sounds 100% more romantic than plain old English. With this being said, this special article will walk you through some of the heart-fluttering and soul-awakening love phrases in the French language.

May it be in music, poetry, art, and even culture, France remains to be considered as one of the most prominent countries usually associated with terms like love, elegance, and passion. One of the reasons behind that is because historically, France was the first to celebrate the notion of romance and debunk the myth that true love does not exist. At that time in the 12th century, the people finally embraced the meaning of love through real courtship, songs, dances, and literature.

With over 7,117 languages in the world today, only one is considered the most beautiful spoken language, and that is French. It is linguistically considered as a smooth and flowy language with its nasal vowel sounds combined with a melodious and almost angelic intonation. It only has a few harsh sounding words under its belt, which makes it a perfect language for whispering sweet nothings in your lover’s ear.

I Love You in French

If you landed on this post, then it’s safe to say that perhaps you have finally met your match, and you are now starting to wonder how exactly to say those three little words that can change both of your lives. And for us here at Ling App, we definitely understand how important it is to say the right expressions, which is why we make it a point to review and cross-check all our translations just for you.

Ready to make your special someone go head over heels and fall further for you? Whether you prepared a romantic picnic or you just want to say it out loud once and for all, express you are sincere I love you in French today using our handy list of phrases below.

FrenchEnglishWhen/ how to say the expression
Je t' aimeI love youThis is the most standard way of professing love for your other half. Never use this for expressing love to your friends.
Je t’adoreI adore youIf you want to vividly express how much you worship your partner, you can use this as a substitute to Je t’aime as it is stronger.
Je t’aime bienI like youLike and love are two different things, which is why if you feel that you care for the person, but you still do not think it is love, use this phrase instead.
Je t’aime beaucoupI am fond of youWhen speaking to your friends, you can use this to tell them how much you like them.
T’es l’amour de ma vieYou are the love of my lifeThis is used to express your profound passion and love for your special someone.
Mon coeur bat la chamade pour toiMy heart is racing for youWant to sound poetic? Use this to express how loudly your heart beats for your special person.
Je suis fou amoureux de toiI am madly in love with youDoes he/she make you go totally jelly? Express profound infatuation using this phrase instead.
Je te desireI want youIf you want to make your partner feel your passion toward him/her, say this phrase in combination with I love you.
Tu comptes tant pour moiYou mean so much to meFeeling a little bit shy about saying it all out? Say this phrase first to see how he/she will react.
Je t'aime tellementI love you so muchOf course, sometimes adding the word ‘so much” can earn you an extra cookie point to your loved one.

Terms of Endearment in French

Love is felt better if you use pet names, nicknames, or terms of endearment for your special person. If the English have “hubby,” “wifey,” or “bae,” the French has a whole set of fresh terms that you can use to tone down conflicts by raising humor and playfulness. In line with this, we also prepared a few creative terms that are usually used by the locals. Do note that some of these are very random, which can relate to animals, food, places, and so much more! If that sits well with you, then check out our list below.

Mon bébéMy baby
Ma belleMy beautiful
Mi amorMy love
Ma chèreMy dear
Mon trésorMy treasure
Mon cœurMy heart
Ma moitiéMy other half
Ma chérieMy darling
Mon angeMy angel
Mon lapinMy rabbit
Mon chatonMy kitten
Mon poussinMy chicky
Mon oisillonMy little birdie
Mon nounoursMy teddy bear
Mon chouMy cauliflower

Now that you have the native sounding expressions on your arsenal, you do not have to sweat anymore when it comes to declaring your sincere feelings to your romantic partner. There are many other delightful and heart fluttering words in the French language, and if you want to know more about that, then we highly suggest that you download a language application to support your adventure in French.

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Unlike other languages,  French holds a distinctive set of words and phrases which are heavily shaped by the country’s rich and colorful history. Due to this, language enthusiasts and travelers all over the world are challenging themselves to learn the language as well as appreciate the history behind every line, letter, and syllable.

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