How to Say I love you in Vietnamese
How to Say I love you in Vietnamese

How to Say I love you in Vietnamese

You can use this simple guide to say I love you in Vietnamese. You will learn about simple phrases like Anh yêu em and em yêu anh as well as Anh thích Em

I love you in Vietnamese

Here are some ways to express love in Vietnamese:

  • Anh yêu em (male to female)
  • Em yêu anh (female to male)
  • Anh thích em (literally means “I like you” but often used as an expression of love, male to female)
  • Mình yêu nhau đi (informal, playful way of saying “Let’s love each other”)
  • Anh muốn ở bên em mãi mãi (I want to be with you forever, male to female)
  • Em là tất cả với anh (You are everything to me, male to female)

The word Anh is used for males while the word em is used for females.

Vietnamese people will appreciate your efforts to say I love you in Vietnamese.

You should also keep in mind the following: Tôi yêu bạn can be translated as “I love you” is a formal way of saying I love you in Vietnamese. This can be used to express romantic feelings in the Vietnamese language often to people of the same age groups.

I love you in Vietnamese other social contexts

You can also express love outside of your romantic relationship:

You can also say I love you to family members in Vietnamese culture.

Con yêu ba is I love you father in Vietnamese.

Con yêu mẹ is I love you mom in Vietnamese

Tao yêu mày is another way to say “I love you” in Vietnamese, But this is a very casual and informal way of saying I love you in Vietnamese. This can be used between friends and native speakers know this does not necessarily imply love. A male speaker or a female speaker may use this. This can also be used in the friend zone.

The word yêu holds significant importance in the Vietnamese language because it indicates love and devotion. You can also use  quý whcih is more like the word “like.” This would be mroe appropriate in casual settings.

Examples of the phrase “Anh yêu em”

  • During a romantic dinner under the stars, as the night blooms around them, a man takes his partner’s hand and whispers, “Anh yêu em, và anh muốn dành phần đời còn lại để chứng minh điều đó.” (I love you, and I want to spend the rest of my life proving it to you.)
  • On a quiet morning, as they watch the sunrise together, wrapped in a comfortable silence, he gently says, “Mỗi ngày thức dậy bên em là một phép màu, Anh yêu em.” (Waking up next to you every day is a miracle, I love you.)
  • In a heartfelt letter placed beside her morning coffee, not only does he express his day-to-day commitments but reaffirms “Vượt qua mọi khó khăn, anh vẫn yêu em hơn mỗi ngày.” (Through all hardships, I still find myself loving you more each day.)

Examples of the phrase “Em thích anh”

  • During a casual walk in the park, surrounded by the tranquility of nature, she turns to him, a soft smile on her face, and says, “Cảm giác được đi bên cạnh anh, làm em thích anh nhiều hơn.” (Being able to walk beside you makes me like you more.)
  • While sharing a light-hearted moment over ice cream on a warm afternoon, she chuckles and confesses, “Chỉ cần nhìn thấy nụ cười của anh, em thích anh rồi.” (Just seeing your smile makes me like you.)
  • In a moment of vulnerability during a late-night conversation, her voice barely a whisper, she admits, “Có lẽ em không nên nói, nhưng em thích anh, nhiều hơn em nghĩ.” (Perhaps I shouldn’t say this, but I like you, more than I thought I would.)

All of this should help you express love to your significant other in Vietnamese. It should also inspire you to learn Vietnamese. Native speakers will be amazed that your ability to express love and also the mere fact that you are learning Vietnamese will impress them!

  • During a quiet evening as they sit side by side, watching the stars twinkle in the sky, he reaches for her hand, looks into her eyes, and with a genuine depth in his voice, says, “Anh cũng yêu em.” (I love you too.)

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