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Tuesday, November 27, 2012

The Beauty of "Ti Amo".

My one of favorite paragraphs of Paris in Love:
"Florent, Alessandro's conversation partner, is going to Italy for a visit, so today they practiced romantic phrases. Florent is going to try to move past cheerful commentary. In Italian, you say "Ti amo" ("I love you") only to a lover. To everyone else - children, parents, friends - you say "Ti voglio bene,' which roughly means "I wish you well." It's very romantic to save I love you only for affairs of the heart." - Paris in Love written by Eloisa James.

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