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Answered 2010-09-10 04:37:55

te amo y tu familia tambien, perhaps should be: te amo a ti, igual a tu familia. Roughly speaking: I love you and your family, or, I love you and your family also.

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How do you say "Yo tambien te amo" in English? I love you too. (I too you love)

Te Amo = I love ou Tambien = too or also So, Te Amo Tambien is a very romantic way of saying, "I love you, too!"

it is: I love you too, beautiful.

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Confusing wordage for the question - in no way grammatically correct. If the question is "Te amo a ti tambien" the translation is "I love you ,too". If the question is "Me amas tu tambien?", the translation is "Do you love me, too?".

well it would be said "tu tambien hablas espanol dulce, yo hablo espanol tambien te amo"which translates to " you also speak spanish sweetie, i speak spanish too. i love you.

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"I love you and that little mouth that you have, too."

También te amo is a spanish term meaning ''I love you too''.

Translation: Ay bebé gracias, I love you too.

I need you as well. I love you with (all) my heart.

te amo por siempre= i love you forever

I love my perfect girlfriend, too.

Te Amo Adios translates from Spanish to English to mean goodbye my love.

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Yo condenado te quiero/amo tambien

well I love you too, my love

I love you is te amo in English.

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