There is no such language as Jamaican. If you mean Jamaican English, then it's the same as North American English.
you say i love in jamaican mi love yu
i love you
Jamaican cuisine has many different desserts. Jamaican Festival Fried Dumplings area traditional treat. They also love crepes and desserts made with plantains. Rummed cakes are always a favorite treat.
"Your presence is always there and love" is not a correct sentence. You might write "you and your love are always here for me."
Love's Gonna Live Here was created on 1963-08-19.
Yes they love it there
Mi love yuh
Jamaican isn't a language. Jamaicans speak English with the patois dialect, so the phrase "make love" is the same.
Lo siento. Siempre te amaré. (Always I will love you) - more correct Lo siento. Siempre voy a amarte (Always i am going to love you) - still okay