Any French language experts?

  VNAM75 19:55 19 Nov 06
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I want to know how to say "I love you my darling" to a female. I think it's written (persons name), je t'aime ma chérie.

Can anyone confirm this is correct before I send the email!

Thanks

  lisa02 19:58 19 Nov 06

yes.

  lisa02 19:59 19 Nov 06

je t'aime mon chérie.

  VNAM75 19:59 19 Nov 06

Thanks very much

  lisa02 20:00 19 Nov 06

Make sure you change it to mon not ma

  rodriguez 20:02 19 Nov 06

From FreeTranslation.com (click here) - "je vous aime mon chéri". Whatever you do don't say "je vous déteste et vous sentez" :-P

  Mr Mistoffelees 20:03 19 Nov 06

:-)

  VNAM75 20:06 19 Nov 06

OK rodriguez, thanks!

Lisa, according to this link a male saying it to a female should use "ma" See note 6.

click here

  Forum Editor 20:08 19 Nov 06

Je t'aime

It's sexier.

  VoG II 20:08 19 Nov 06

tu is better than vous - more intimate.

  VNAM75 20:09 19 Nov 06

I wish I'd studied French more at school..

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