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yo siempre te amare(i will always love you) no se le olvide nada (dont forget anything) pero dime tu tambien you amas(but tell me that you love me too.

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Siempre te amare is I will always love you

I will love you forever

I love you and always I will love you remember it forever.

Amare in Italian means "to love" in English.

The cast of Siempre te amare - 2004 includes: Fernando Allende as Lead Sully Diaz as Antagonist Joffre Perez Danny Torrez

Te amo ( I love you) or amare (I'll love you) por siempre y siempre Amen.

♥ I'll always love you = siempre te amare ♥

I'll love you forever Te quiero siempre. Te querre siempre. Te amo siempre. Te amare siempre. I'll always like you. Te gusta siempre. Te gustara siempre. However, you want to be careful using gustar because it can be interpreted in a vulgar sense in some countries.

Answer translationLe amare por siempre. AnswerTe amare para siempre or Siempre te amareUnlike English, word order is somewhat relaxed in Cervantes language, Spanish.Answer:Le amaré para siempre is the correct way to say this. The 'le' refers to the formal you: 'usted'Te amaré para siempre and/or Siempre te amaré refers to the informal you: 'tú'i love you forever = te amo para siempre--------------------------------Le amaré is an example of "Leísmo" which is the incorrect but common practice of using "le" to refer to a person in the absence of a direct object. The correct answer would be "La amaré para siempre" to a woman or "Lo amaré para siempre" to a man. Both of these phrases, however, could lead to confusion as they might also mean "I will love her forever" so perhaps an "a usted" should be appended to avoid confusion.Assuming that it is being said to someone the person knows well (I find it difficult to imagine this phrase in another context) it should be something like: Siempre te amaré. I do not rule out the possibility that in some regions (such as Colombia) a person may even use the formal Ud. form with their spouse, but I would definitely say this is uncommon. I believe "Siempre te amaré" is also a popular song.

To love by always, i think, my translations are not exact. nope, it is i will always love you. "i love you forever"

Te amaré / querré por siempre"Amare" is not the same as "amaré":Quien te amare (who loves you, who loved you; but even more impossible)"querre" does not exist in Spanish, it's "querré"

You are my sun, my moon, my day, my night. I will never leave you and I will always love you.

It literally means "I will love you"

te amaré siempreAnalyse:Si te amare --- round about If I love you.Te amaré --- I will love you

1. In the Italian language voglio te amare is I love you.2. noctem is probably a misspelling.

To love in order to live, To live in order to love is an English equivalent of 'Amare per vivere, Vivere per amare'. This is just one of many possibilities in English. The phrase in Italian is pronounced 'ah-MAH-ray pehr vee-VEH-ray, vee-VEH-ray pehr ah-MAH-ray'.The infinitive 'amare' means 'to love'. The preposition 'per' means 'to, in order to, for'. The infinitive 'vivere' means 'to live'.

"Live to love" is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase Vivere per amare.Specifically, the infinitive vivere means "to live." The preposition per means "for." The infinitive amaremeans "to love."The pronunciation is "VEE-veh-reh peh-rah-MAH-reh."

"Love coffee" in English means amare caffè in Italian.

"Love yourself" is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase Amare te stesso.Specifically, the infinitive amare means "to love." The personal pronoun te means "(informal singular) you." The masculine stesso means "self."The pronunciation is "ah-MAH-reh teh STEHS-soh."

Le / les / lo / los / la / las / te / os amaré / querré por siempre.ANALYSE:AMARÉ --- I will loveAMARE --- (round about) If I love you...

"Live to love and love to live" is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase Vivere per amare e amare per vivere. The present infinitive, preposition, present infinitive, conjunction, present infinitive, preposition, and present infinitive also translate into English as "To live in order to love and to love in order to live." The pronunciation will be "VEE-vey-rey pey-a-MA-rey a-MA-rey per VEE-vey-rey" in Italian.

Yes amare stands for rugelach

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