Confusing wordage for the question - in no way grammatically correct. If the question is "Te amo a ti tambien" the translation is "I love you ,too". If the question is "Me amas tu tambien?", the translation is "Do you love me, too?".
te amo y tu familia tambien, perhaps should be: te amo a ti, igual a tu familia. Roughly speaking: I love you and your family, or, I love you and your family also.
well it would be said "tu tambien hablas espanol dulce, yo hablo espanol tambien te amo"which translates to " you also speak spanish sweetie, i speak spanish too. i love you.
"Tu tambien" translates as "you too" or "you also".
si, tu tambien si, tu tambien
"Me amas tu tambien?" means "Do you also love me?" or "Do you love me, too?"
tu eres linda tambien means you are beautiful, too
"Tu tambien" means "You too" or You also."Example:person 1: "Que tengas un buen dia." (Hope you have a nice day.)person 2: "Gracias, tu tambien." (thanks, you too)Tu tambien in Spanish means you too in English
you too my friend
If you mean tu tambien, then it's: you too
Translation: "And you also?"
Tu tambien (informal) Usted tambien (formal) = You too
you also want
Y tu tambien
"You too" would be "tú también" or "usted también".Tu tambien or usted tambien = You too(Tu is used for friends, usted is more formal)
"You too my sweetheart"
tu hermana tambien
me gusta tu tambien
"You can also do it"
Translation: I love your smile = amo tu sonrisa
Gibberish My love when you loved yourself I too how you loved your
Y Tu Nana Tambien - 2008 was released on: USA: 25 June 2008 (48 Hour Film Project)
If you want something translated, your question needs to SAY that you want it translated. "Te quiero tambien" means "I love (or want) you too." "Te quiero tu" is incorrect Spanish. The "tu" is not necessary when you use "te".