Do You Know How to Say Love in Chinese Language?
Mostly one of the popular words or phrases asked frequently by Chinese beginners must be the Chinese word for “Love”, and then “I Love you”.
Love is known as “爱情 (ài qíng)” in Simplified Chinese, which could be shortened as one word “爱 (ài)“. Both can be used to describe the love feelings and love affairs between two persons but they differ under the contexts. The single love character “爱 (ài)” in Chinese means more than just romantic love, but also include people’s great interest in something, sometimes equivalent to “be fond of” and “like”.
Know More About Love Code or Love Numbers
Learning Chinese word for love won’t miss the distinct Chinese Homophonic Culture on Love Numbers, such as “520” you probably have already got or the longer number in length “5201314”,”52099″,”530″,”3344″,”0457″, etc, that you haven’t known.
Keep reading Love stories as below to discover more methods to express and show love like the Chinese. And try to add one more new Chinese language skill on your notebook for the upcoming romantic time. ?
❤️ READ AND WRITE LOVE IN CHINESE?
Love is free to be written as a Chinese word “爱情 (ài qíng)” or a single Chinese character “爱 (ài)“. The character “爱 (ài)” has already told enough about deep romantic love feelings with the shortest word. Looking at the writing components of this character, it’s simple to find another common Chinese character “友 (yǒu)” at the bottom which refers to another common feelings about friendship. Love includes but offers more than just friendship. So does the Chinese word of Love. And this may probably help you quickly remember this Chinese word and character. Hope it useful.
With regard to the second character “情 (qíng)“, it means the mental feelings and emotions we felt and triggered by externals things or humans. From its components on Chinese writtings, the left component is the Chinese radical representing its meaning-related-to-heart “心 (xīn)“, while the right component is a phonetic radical indicating its pronunciation similar to the common character “青 (qīng)“. Furthermore, you will get surprised after learning more Chinese characters and find out that most of character including the radical of “青 (qīng)” will have similar pronunciations but with different Chinese tones, just many of them but not all.
（wǒ ài nǐ）
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