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To say "I love him/her" in French, you say: "Je l'aime"

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Aimé is a French equivalent for a 'loved' male'. Aimée is for a 'loved' female. They both are pronounced 'eh-meh'.



pour toujours aimé = always loved


In French, you wouldn't "you are loved by me", but "I love you", which reads "Je vous aime" or "je t'aime" (the latter to somebody who is already your GF or BF)


My "loved granddaughter" is (ma) "petite-fille bien aimée" or (ma) "petite-fille chérie" in French.


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aimée - a girl who is loved



Means "esteemed" or "loved" in Old French.


I loved it too --> Je l'ai aimé aussi. I --> Je loved it --> l'ai aimé too --> aussi


Je t'ai aimé in the masculine and Je t'ai aimée in the feminine are French equivalents of the English phrase "I loved you." Context makes clear which version suits. The pronunciation will be "zhuh teh eh-mey" in the feminine and the masculine in French.


"mal-aimée" (masculine: mal-aimé) means "badly-loved" in French.



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Je t'ai toujours aimé in the masculine and Je t'ai toujours aimée in the feminine are French equivalents of the English phrase "I have always loved you." Context makes clear which version suits. The pronunciation will be "zhuh teh toozhoor-zeh-mey" in the feminine and masculine in French.


" j'aime qu'on m'aime " means I love to be loved in French.


well if the girl doesn't love the boy then no. You don't have to be in love with someone to enjoy a French kiss but you do have to be somewhat attracted to that person.


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She is a national heroine in France, and is a very popular, much-loved figure.


les chéries : the sweethearts (girls), the loved ones



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