Movies and TV series have taught the whole world how to say I love you in English without any difficulty. Everyone knows how to say it.

It doesn’t matter if the person doesn’t know English: chances are he or she knows how to say i love you, and knows what it means.

But there are hundreds of ways to say I love you in English. Many, and each one can serve a completely different context.

Of course, that number would fall short if we were to add to the list you are about to see the forms that were used in the Middle Ages or in pre-William Shakespeare English. But here we will talk about the current forms, those that exist today.

Ways to say I love you in English

Each of the following ways to say I love you in English that you will read below mean many things and at the same time the same thing: I love you. The beauty of the following sentences lies in the context and the intention of the speaker.

Expressions of romantic love in English

These are the expressions or forms that are frequently used in English to say I love you to the person you are in love with.

  • I love you. – I love you.
  • I love you too. – I love you too.
  • I love you a lot. – I love you very much.
  • I love you so much. – I love you very much.
  • I love you forever. – I love you forever.
  • I love you to the moon and back. – I love you to the moon and back.
  • I love you unconditionally. – I love you unconditionally.
  • I love you with all my heart. – I love you with all my heart.
  • I love you more than life it self. – I love you more than life itself.
  • I love you more than anything. – I love you more than anything.
  • I love you more than I love myself. – I love you more.
  • I love you from the bottom of my heart. – I love you more than myself.
  • I love you from the bottom of my soul. – I love you from the bottom of my soul.
  • I love you more than any word can say. – I love you more than any words I can say.
  • I’m nothing without you. – I am nothing without you.
  • I’m lost without you. – I am lost without you.
  • I have feelings for you. – I have feelings for you.
  • I’m crazy about you. – I’m crazy about you.
  • I’m head over heels for you. – I’m crazy about you.
  • I’m head over heels in love with you. – I’m crazy about you in love
  • I adore you. – I adore you.
  • I’ve fallen for you. – I have fallen in love with you.
  • I’m falling in love with you – Me estoy enamorando de ti.
  • I’m in love with you – Estoy enamorado de ti.
  • I’m yours – I am yours.
  • You fill my heart. – You fill my heart.
  • You’re the love of my life. – You are the love of my life.
  • I can’t live without you. – I can’t live without you.
  • I need you. – I need you.
  • I care about you. – I care about you.
  • You’re my everything. – You are my everything.
  • You’re the one for me. – You are the one for me.
  • You’re my one and only. – You are my only one.
  • You’re my sunshine. – You are my sunshine.
  • You rock my world. – You rock my world.
  • I want to spend my life with you. – I want to spend my life with you.
  • You mean so much to me. – You mean a lot to me.
  • I’ve got a crush on you. – I fell in love with you.
  • You’re the light of my life. – You are the light of my life.
  • I will always love you. – I will always love you.
  • I’m nuts about you. – I’m crazy about you.
  • I cherish you. – I appreciate you.
  • You’re my angel. – You are my angel.
  • You stole my heart. – You stole my heart.
  • You give me wings to fly. – You give me wings to fly.
  • You mean the world to me. – You mean the world to me.
  • You mean so much to me. – You mean a lot to me.
  • I’m fond of you. – I am fond of you.
  • You make my heart skip a beat. – You make my heart stop beating.
  • There isn’t a word in the dictionary for how much I love you. – There is no word in the dictionary to say how much I love you.
  • My heart is where you are. – My heart is where you are.
  • It’s so easy to love you. – It is very easy to love you.
  • I’m so lucky to have you by my side. – I am very fortunate to have you by my side.
  • My heart is yours forever. – My heart is yours forever.
  • I love you more each day. – I love you more every day.
  • I love you more than coffee, and that’s saying a lot. – I love you more than coffee, and that says a lot.
  • I’m head over heels for you. – I’m crazy about you.

Other types of I love yous in English: for friends and family members

To friends and family we also say I love you, although we usually do it in a different way.

  • You always make my day brighter. – You always make my day brighter.
  • You put a smile on my face. – You put a smile on my face.
  • I love you as a friend. – I love you as a friend.
  • I love your company. – I love your company.
  • I love you guys. – I love you guys.
  • I love you, you’re the best! – I love you, you are the best.
  • You are one of my dearest friends. – You are one of my dear friends.
  • I miss you! – I miss you.
  • I’m so grateful to have you as a friend. – I am so grateful to have you as a friend.
  • You’re the best mum/dad/brother/friend in the world! – You are the best mom, dad, sibling, friend….
  • Ain’t nothing better than a bestie like you! – There’s nothing better than a best friend like you!
  • Thanks for being my best friend! – Thank you for being my friend.
  • Thanks for being the best friend – Gracias por ser mi mejor amigo.
  • You’re my favorite human on this planet! – You are my favorite human on the planet.

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