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    Default What's the difference between volim te and ljubim te?

    In Serbian I mean to say I love you

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    Verb 'ljubiti' means 'to kiss' and 'Volim te' is 'I love you'.

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    ljubim te is i love you in slovene

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    Similar in Russian, too. Hope you understood.

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    Nat how do you say fall in love- Zalubit?

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    Fall in love: Zaljubiti se
    眩しいでした ヾ(≧∇≦)ゞ チガウゥ
    o(^-^)o

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