How To Say “I Love You” In American English – American Pronunciation Lesson

“I love you”! This can be said in so many ways in American English and this video teaches the many ways, plus a lesson on American pronunciation and intonation.

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You can go basic or intermediate English to fluent English by studying with a native English speaker. These videos will help you learn how to understand native English speakers, learn American English and learn to speak English fluently. These videos teach you English you need to know that is not always taught in English classes in high school or at university.

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“I love you!” “I really love you!” “I’m totally in love with you!” “I’ve fallen in love with you!” “I love you so much!” “I love you from the bottom of my heart!” “I could not be more in love with you!” “I’m nuts about you!” “I’m crazy about you!” “I’m stoned on you!” “I will love you forever!” These are many ways in English to say “I love you” and one of the fun things about English is there are so many different ways to say “I love you”! Was that a list of words saying “I love you” or was that the content of the last 100 pop songs? Kind of the same! But you see the theme of love is so common in English, whether it is romantic love or love for chocolate or love for wine or whatever it might be. But if you can master some of these different love words and emphasize the “love” in the sentence then you will have a lot more English and you can use it both for your relationships with people and things that you love like your hobby. Mine is playing guitar so I thought this song ‘I will always love you. I will always love … ” doing videos for you. So please subscribe and can follow this series I’m doing all about American English, American pronunciation, American intonation and, of course, the odd guitar song, because that is what I also love to do. Thanks for watching! You can see the transcript below and please subscribe. I love you, man! I love you! I’m in love with you! I love you! Don’t run away! I love you!


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