我爱你   |   Wǒ Ài Nǐ

I Love You in Chinese

CHINESE WORD / PHRASE STUDY

Say I love you in Chinese, wo ai ni, I love you in Chinese, wo ai nin

Tell the Chinese expression of I Love You

我(wǒ) = I, the subject;

爱(ái) = Love, here the predicate;

你(nǐ = You, the object;

我爱你 (wǒ ài nǐ) is exactly the Chinese expression equal to the sentence of I love you in English. It’s popular to send virtual red pockets in WeChat or Alipay with the sum of ¥520 or ¥52.0 RMB to lovers on May 20th in China, in order to indicate the hidden meaning of I love you.

To know more about love-related stories, please click to read the bilingual story about 520’s meaning vs I love you in Chinese.

See u soon… : )

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