Translating English to Igbo
"I love you" = "Afu m gi n'anya"
"Love" = "Ifunanya"
"My love" = "Ifunanya m"
"It is you i love" = "Gi ka m funanya"
I can share some translations i know since my interest is to learn different languages.
I LOVE YOU in:
i love you too to answer back:
dutch- ik hou van jou - ik hou van jou ook
tagalog- mahal kita - mahal din kita
visaya- gihiguma teka - gihigugma sad teka
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by Rev. Akins 9 years ago
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by sarovai 11 years ago
Any idea to introduce translating facility for hubpages? Is it possible to incorporate html code (babelfish-yahoo) in hubpages? So that readers anywhere in the world enjoy the content in their language.
by buckleupdorothy 8 years ago
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