What would you like to do?
Cara mia ti voglio bene?
Ti voglio bene, benissimo! in Italian means "I love you so much!" in English.
"My dear" is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase Cara mia. The feminine singular adjective/pronoun and possessive also may rendered into English as "my beloved (da…rling, dear, precious, sweetheart, sweetie)." The pronunciation will be "KA-ra MEE-a" in Italian.
" Thanks, my dear !" is one English equivalent of the Italian phrase Grazie, mia cara . Specifically, the interjection grazie is "thank you, thanks". The feminine poss…essive adjective mia means "my". The feminine adjective/pronoun cara literally translates as "dear, expensive, sweet" and figuratively "darling, dear, sweetheart, sweetie". The pronunciation will be "GRAH-tsey MEE-ahKAH-rah" in Italian.
Yes I believe she did she's hot I'd like to meet her give her a foot massage and tickle her feet then I'll be fair about this and let her have her fun tickling me back in …my sides underarms and the bottoms of my feet and I'd love it if she tickled me in those spots and uses her fingers and toes to tickle me back that would really turn me on
Cara mia, ti voglio bene! in Italian means "My dear, I care about you!" in English.
Piccola cara mia in Italian means "my dear little one" in English.
Molto bene, cara mia! in Italian means "Very well, my dear!" in English.
Ti amo, cara mia, mia vita, mi'amore! in Italian is "I love you, my darling, my life my love!" in English.
Ti voglio bene, mia ragazza! in Italian means "I like you, my girlfriend!" in English.
i love you so much but is just like friends.
Bella di zio, ti voglio bene! in Italian means "My dear uncle, I love you!" in English.
beloved mine the beautiful one
Tante grazie, cara mia! in Italian means "Many thanks, my dear!" in English.
Ti voglio bene in Italian means "I love you" among family and friends in English.