What is 'Ti amo ti amo mio caro' when translated from Italian to English?

"I love you, I love you, my dear!" literally and "I love, love you, my dear!" loosely are just two English equivalents of the Italian phrase Ti amo, ti amo, mio caro!

Specifically, the object pronoun ti is "(informal singular) you." The present indicative verb amo means "(I) am loving, do love, love." The masculine possessive adjectivemio means "my." The masculine adjective/noun/pronoun caro translates as "darling, dear, sweetheart, etc."

The pronunciation will be "tee A-mo tee A-mo MEE-o KA-ro" in Italian.