I love you, my sister.
It means: "I love you my dear sister"
The statement written above is gibberish, but very close to an actual Spanish statement. Te amo mi hermano = I love you my brother. Te amo mi hermana = I love you my sister. Te amo mi único hermno/a = I love you my only brother/sister (clumsy statement in Spanish, but it works) Te amo mi uno hermane = I love you my (1) [hermane]
Go to God, my sister. I love you.
Tu es mi hermana y te amo.
, my sister, I love you.
It means, "I love my big [older] sister."
Te amo mi hermano te amo in English means I love you I love you your butt
"Te amo mi hermano" (not amos) means "I love you my brother"
If you mean te amo mi amor mi corazon es tu para siempre then it means... I love you my love my heart is yours forever.
"Te amo para siempre" is "I love you forever". The "mi gusto" would mean "my taste", and does not seem to add anything to the satement.
I love you my girlfriend
It means, "I love you, my love."
Translation: I love you my life
I love you my loveThe sentence should be spelled 'Te amo mi amor." and it means "I love you my love." in Spanish.
"Te amo" means "I love you". "Mi amor" means "my love"
te = tea .... amo is the same ammo, mi = me , hermosa = her.... mosa . hija = ee-ha its mean i love my beautful daughter
Translation: I want you, I love you my love.
i love you, my little angel
You are my life, so I love you.
mi carro! con mi corazon! te amo por siempre
Te echo de menos means "I miss you"A mi hermana menor means "To my little sister"
that mean i love you with all my heart i swear.
Te amo con todo mi corazón means: I love you with all of my heart! And eso te lo aseguro can mean either "That's for sure" or "I assure you of it", depending on the context.
Te amo, corazón mío or te amo, mi amor*