On this page you will learn how to say I love you too in Russian
I love you too – Я тоже тебя люблю
- In English letters
Я тоже тебя люблю [Ya TO-zhe te-BYA lyu-BLYU]
- About the word
Я [Ya] = I – pronoun, Nominative Case
тоже [TO-zhe] = too – linking word
тебя [te-BYA] – pronoun, Accusative Case
люблю [lyu-BLYU] – verb, 1st person Singular, Present
See also how to say thank you or yes in Russian language. You may also want to know how to say merry Christmas in Russian language.
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