What is te gosto tanto in English?
te gusto tanto is I like you so much.
Quiero tanto: I want so much Te quiero tanto: I love you so much
nena te amo tanto= baby girl i love you so much
Te Amo Tanto (I love you so much) is in Spanish; it's a recording by the band Flex.
Lo siento= I'm sorry , y=and, te quiero tanto= I love you so much
I like you alot
it means i missed you so much
Translation: I miss you so much
A: What took you so long?
"Much love to you" is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase Tanto amore per te. Specifically, the masculine adjective tanto means "much." The masculine noun amore means "love." The preposition per means "for." The pronoun te means "(informal singular) you." The pronunciation is "TAHN-toh ah-MOH-reh pehr teh."
Não gosto! in Portuguese means "I don't like it!" in English.
Te Pareces Tanto a Él was created in 1990.
Te Amo Tanto was created on 2009-05-16.
It means I love you so much my love
e levantar ai gosto eu te amo
¡Te echo de menos tanto! OR ¡Te extraño tanto!
Gosto de sua foto,> pintura,> painel, / Gosto do seu retrato (portrait) / Gosto do seu filme
You are so much. If you say "Tu eres tonto", it would be "you are dumb or foolish."
"I love you a lot, too" or the direct translation is also i love you
No tanto como ... is Not as much as ... in English.
The phrase 'gosto do gÃ´sto' is from the Portuguese language. The pronunciation is the following: GAW-shtoo doo GOH-shtoo. The word-by-word translation is as follows: 'gosto' means '[I] like'; 'do' means 'of the'; and 'gÃ´sto' means 'taste'. The English equivalent therefore is the following: I like the taste.
Te extraño tanto y te necesito tanto.
Te amo tanto mi amante.
como posso te mostrar que gosto de voce
Gosto de ti. (Informal) Amo-te (I love you)
Te/le echo tanto de menos Te/le extrano tanto (tilde, ~, on 'n' in extrano') (Te/le - informal/formal)
Tanto amore per te is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "Much love to you." Specifically, the masculine adjective tanto means "much." The masculine noun amore means "love." The preposition per means "for, to." The pronoun te means "(informal singular) you." The pronunciation is "TAHN-toh ah-MOH-reh pehr teh."
tanto = "so" or "so much"
No. Te quiero tanto gusto would literally translate into: "I want/love you so much pleasure." If you add a 'con' ('with') making 'Te quiero con tanto gusto', it could conceivably mean: 'I love you with so much pleasure'.
"Te quiero tanto" I love you so.
¡Te echo tanto de menos! and ¡Te extraño tanto! are Spanish equivalents of the English phrase "Miss you so much!" The first case is employed in Latin America whereas the second is used in Spain. The respective pronunciation will be "TEY-tcho TAN-to they MEY-nos" in the Americas and "teyk-STRA-nyo TAN-to" in Spain.
How do yuh say this in english Te comencé a querer desde que te vi al primer dia te adore tanto y tanto como jamas alguien te adoraria Te comencé a querer sin saber si tu a mi you querias you volvi?
translated i think its I began to love since I saw the first day and worship you as much as you adore someone ever started without knowing if you want me you wanted you went back you?
Te he extrañado tanto.
"te agradezco tanto"
I like very much when you're smiling.
Julia photo of taste means the same thing as Julia likes the photo which is the same as Julia gosto de foto
What does Te gosto suco do manzan e eu amo a meu namorada e eu sim puedo falar Portuguese mean in English?
I like juice Manzano and I love my girlfriend and I do speak portuguese puedo
te echo de menos is I miss you. Tanto means so much but Im not sure which order they go in. Te echo mucho de menos, o Te extraño mucho/tanto/demasiado.
I love you today more than yesterday but not as much as tomorrow.
Te extraño tanto.
i love you so much
Sabes= you know? te amo tanto = I love you so much que ya da miedo = it is scary :p
Te amo tanto y se sienten perdidos sin ti = I love you so much and they feel lost without you.
Ti amo tanto! in Italian means "I love you so much!" in English.
Eu te amo muito Eu te amo tanto
"I love you so much, my lover!" is an English equivalent of the Spanish phrase ¡Te amo tanto, mi amante! The second person informal singular pronoun, first person singular present indicative, adverb, and feminine/masculine possessive and noun may be said to either a female or male. The pronunciation will be "tey A-mo TAN-to mee a-MAN-tey" in Spanish.
I want to be with you for my whole life because I love you so much
(Eu) Gosto de você.
Gosto de cozinhar
Te quiero tanto.
te quiero tanto