“Wedding month,” as June is often called, has come and gone—but that hardly stops folks—married and unmarried alike—from saying “I love you.” All over the world, these three little words hold a whole lot of meaning in any relationship—whether it’s with a foreign boyfriend, a lover living overseas, or even a family member settled in a distant land.

With so many expatriates—Brazilian, Russian, and Korean, as of late—taking up residence on Philippine soil and in Filipina hearts, it’s not a bad idea to learn how to say “I love you” in a foreign language or two. On the other hand, it’s also a good way to get closer to your loved ones who are living, working, or studying abroad. Using the language of the country they currently reside in brings an even more tender meaning to our native tongue’s “Mahal kita”—and it's definitely plus points in the romance department.

On this note, we’ve compiled a list of how to express those three little words in 50 different languages. Whether parent, pal, or paramour, here’s how to tell your special someone that you love them—from Albanian to Zambian!

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