How do you translate into Spanish I love you so much?
Spanish is one of the romance languages so obviously it has a translation for 'I love you so much'. In Spanish one would say 'te quiero mucho'.
Translate into Spanish 'I miss you so much and I want you to know that I love you I did not forget you and I will always love you?
It depends on what language you want to translate. For example if you speak English as your first language but you know Spanish as your second language you may want to be a translator for Spanish. So you would listen to them and then translate what they say in Spanish into English and then when the other person says something in English you translate it for the other man into Spanish. Do you understand? I…
Not sure if you want it translate to Spanish or translate from Spanish to English so... Spanish to English Pie = foot so therefore pies = feet A pie = on foot (i.e. walking) English to Spanish Pie (pastry) = pastel (depends what part of the world), Pies (plural) = 'pasteles' Pie(s) (meat pie(s)) = empanada(s)
"I love them so much" and "I love her (him) so much" are respective English equivalents of the Italian and Spanish phrase Le amo tanto. The first person singular present indicative and adverb mean the same in Italian and Spanish even though the two languages differ in the meaning of the pronoun le. The pronunciation will be "ley A-mo TAN-to" in Italian and Spanish.