365 Days of Fun in Marriage

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In any Language

I’m fluent in language—my own–that I learned as a toddler.

So, I dare not say that I am fluent in any other language.

I do remember how to say “I love you” from my junior high Latin classes (but Latin is a dead language), my high school Spanish classes, as well as German because I participated with a teaching program in German.

My intelligence also tells me not to dare try to write these out for anyone (especially the world wide web audience) let alone try to speak them now.

But, when it’s within your own marriage, have a little fun. I’m all about fun in marriage, so I’ve included two different links for you to look at. One of the sites gives a semi phonetic pronunciation guide.

No one else is probably listening or looking so have some fun in what you write to your sweetheart.

Check out the following links for writing “I love you” in several different languages:

  Links to Love

  eHow’s “How to Say (and Pronounce) I Love You in 10 Different Languages”

What do you think? What things can you recommend to others for having more fun as a couple? You can tell us in the comment section.

~ Glenda (gj)

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