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Kocham Cię vs I love you - which sounds more sexy?


Sasha 2 | 1,083  
15 Jul 2008 /  #31
I like Czech "miluju te" and serbian "volim ti"... Ukranian, Belorussian and... Polish (right?) "kochau" sounds close to Russian "kopau" whuch means "I dig you". The ukranian song named "kohau tobi" sounded good though.
nomaderol 5 | 726  
18 Oct 2009 /  #32
I never been said to my ear yet.
Kocham Cie sounds the best in all languages.
MareGaea 29 | 2,751  
18 Oct 2009 /  #33
Io t'amo, Je t'aime, Jelske Dei, Kocham Cie, Ich liebe dich, Ik hou van jou, Yo te quiero...

Pick your favourite.

>^..^<

M-G (it sounds all nice)
nomaderol 5 | 726  
18 Oct 2009 /  #34
I picked Kocham Cie

Is this said to female or male? Same?
MareGaea 29 | 2,751  
18 Oct 2009 /  #35
nomaderol

same.

I pick the French, Italian and Spanish one any time, but lately I pick the German one.

>^..^<

M-G (dinner)
Wulkan - | 3,186  
18 Oct 2009 /  #36
I choose in spanish
SzwedwPolsce 11 | 1,594  
18 Oct 2009 /  #37
the difference is who they come from

True!

Is this said to female or male?

Both. The same expression for both sexes in Polish.
JustysiaS 13 | 2,238  
18 Oct 2009 /  #38
i love you. my friend once said that kocham cię sounds like 'cock amateur' lol
SzwedwPolsce 11 | 1,594  
18 Oct 2009 /  #39
my friend once said that kocham cię sounds like 'cock amateur' lol

Either she was deaf, or she really really needed some sex that day.
JustysiaS 13 | 2,238  
18 Oct 2009 /  #40
it was a bloke friend actually ;)
nomaderol 5 | 726  
19 Oct 2009 /  #41
i love you. my friend once said that kocham cię sounds like 'cock amateur' lol

Now that I am an amateur of that.

I listened to, how Kocham Cie sounds, in a sound clip on the net. But, it was she. I repeated it myself. No, it's not nice at all. Kocham Cie sounds perfect in the lips of a female.
BleedingRomeo 2 | 31  
24 Oct 2009 /  #42
my GF likes kocham cie more when i say to her more than i love u, but maybe its because i m nt polish!
nomaderol 5 | 726  
29 Oct 2009 /  #43
kocham cie must definitely be said by females. if polish girls think otherwise, they are wrong. it is a very softish and easy to say, touch of two lips once only, and no tongue movement.
southern 74 | 7,074  
29 Oct 2009 /  #44
but maybe its because i m nt polish!

You should say aaauaha,bahtar,lafam ahalazidong dong paret.It means the same in your language
Karolina - | 7  
29 Oct 2009 /  #45
To BleedingRomeo
Don't flatter yourself. It's because it's our native language and it sounds beautiful so it's NATURAL for Polish ladies to react to "Kocham Cie" more emotionally.
nomaderol 5 | 726  
30 Oct 2009 /  #46
NATURAL for Polish ladies to react to "Kocham Cie" more emotionally.

i must have a heart of polish lady. when i heard this "Kocham Cie" i reacted much. and this was even only a sound record on the net. what if it was whisper to my ears now like elephant ears radaring the silence.
clairejane 1 | 5  
3 Nov 2009 /  #47
Kocham Cię defiantly sounds a lot better than i love you.
pgtx 29 | 3,145  
4 Nov 2009 /  #48
when i was a teenager "kocham cie" sounded awesome... but after so many years "i love you" sounds much better...
;)
nomaderol 5 | 726  
4 Nov 2009 /  #49
pgtx

so many? how many? does this mean you live abroad for years?
guess it is an english speaking country.

in 'i love you', 'i' disturbing the phonetic, harmony, fluency of words. 'love u' only better.
i'll still insist on kocham cie, however.
ShelleyS 14 | 2,893  
4 Nov 2009 /  #50
when i was a teenager "kocham cie" sounded awesome... but after so many years "i love you" sounds much better...

I suppose it depends on what you prefer...taken that a none native speaker might not pronounce "kocham cie" well, I think "I love you" would be better ;0)

For me as a native English speaker, I love you has meaning, kocham cie, is just words (if you know what I mean?)

Kocham Cię defiantly sounds a lot better than i love you.

Then you've never had some stare directly into your eyes and make your heart miss a beat whilst they are saying "I love you"....

my GF likes kocham cie more when i say to her more than i love u, but maybe its because i m nt polish!

You havent got a girlfriend!
southern 74 | 7,074  
4 Nov 2009 /  #51
I don't like kocham cie,milujou te,lubliu tebia either because when girls say that you have to repeat the same and this is a bomb.Because then a girl can say,if you say you love me,then you have to... and to.. so it puts yourself in a down position.

i knew a succesful guy with women who told them,listen honey I have never fallen in love with a woman.This is not my type.

Kocham cie as a word has this volcano quality like it starts neutral and elegant,ko-and then follows ch which is very soft and points to sweet feelings and depth after the ko-which is more french and then there is sound a which is long and makes the mouth open so there are all the proper suggestions together.To be followed by cie which sounds again soft but with a more play mood like respecting and playing with the other the same time.In contrast in I love you,the soft l starts immediately the straight european way there is no neutrality before that,no suprise like co-love and this is smooth but different.There is also the long a quality of course.

The German saying ich liebe dich thinks he is a poet.
nomaderol 5 | 726  
4 Nov 2009 /  #52
never said 'i love you' or its versions in other languages to anyone. (except once, but, it was just for a different reason. anyway.)

i'm not against these love you words, but, they just not fitting men lips. they sound much better in female lips. i say "i like you" and its versions (in polish, Lubię Cię?.) they say it is about personal character, but, for me, it's more than that. like > love. also, maybe, because i see them females like meals, fruits, etc. it is like 'i like apples, peaches, etc.'

btw, i dont have this problem in turkish as 'like you' and 'love you' are same: 'seni seviyorum.' advantage of turkish for men. not only in this, in general. one word may mean many things. you say a word, she takes the meaning whatever she understands. i having problems with euro-indo languages as they are more discreatized(?) unlike ural-altaic languages like turkics, japanese, etc.

(kocham cie? am here just for this. heh.)
ShelleyS 14 | 2,893  
4 Nov 2009 /  #53
l starts immediately the straight european way there is no neutrality before that,no suprise

But who knows what comes after the "I" .....I like you..I think you're really nice, I think its great we are close friends...Oh Southern... je t'aime is lovely and Ti amo sounds sweet too, but I do like Szeretlek...

Afrikaans Ek is lief vir jou!
Albanian Te dua!
Amharic Afekrishalehou!
Arabic Ohiboke / Nohiboka
Armenian Yes kez si'rumem!
Basque Maite zaitut!
Bengali Ami tomake bahlobashi!
Bosnian Volim te!
Bulgarian Obicham te!
Catalan T'estimo!
Creole Mi aime jou!
Croatian Volim te!
Czech Miluji tev!
Danish Jeg elsker dig!
Dutch Ik hou van je!
English I love you!
Esperanto Mi amas vin!
Estonian Mina armastan sind!
Farsi Tora dost daram!
Filipino Iniibig kita!
Finnish (Mä) rakastan sua!
French Je t'aime!
Frisian Ik hald fan dei!
Galician Querote!
German Ich liebe dich!
Greek S'ayapo!
Gujarati Hoon tane pyar karoochhoon! tane chaahuN chhuN!
Hawaiian Aloha wau ia 'oe!
Hebrew Anee ohev otakh / Anee ohevet otkha / Anee ohev otkha / Anee ohevet otakh
Hindi Mai tumase pyar karata hun / Mai tumase pyar karati hun
Hungarian Szeretlek!
Icelandic Eg elska thig!
Indonesian Saya cinta padamu!
Irish t'a gr'a agam dhuit!
Italian Ti amo!
Japanese Kimi o ai shiteru!
Korean Dangsinul saranghee yo!
Latin Te amo!
Latvian Es tevi milu!
Lithuanian As tave myliu!
Malaysian Saya cintamu!
Mandarin Wo ai ni!
Marshallese Yokwe Yuk!
Norwegian Jeg elsker deg!
Polish Kocham ciebie!
Portuguese Eu te amo!
Romanian Te iubesc!
Russian Ya tyebya lyublyu!
Sanskrit twayi snihyaami
Serbian Volim te!
Sesotho Kiyahurata!
Slovak Lubim ta!
Slovenian Ljubim te!
Spanish Te amo!
Swahili Nakupenda!
Swedish Jag älskar dig!
Tagalog Mahal kita!
Thai Phom rug khun / Chan rug khun
Turkish Seni seviyorum!
Ukrainian Ya tebe kokhayu!
Urdu Main tumse muhabbat karta hoon!
Vietnamese Anh yeu em / Em yeu an
Welsh Rwy'n dy garu di!
Yiddish Kh'hob dikh lib!
Zulu Ngiyakuthanda
nomaderol 5 | 726  
5 Nov 2009 /  #54
Gujarati Hoon tane pyar karoochhoon! tane chaahuN chhuN!

one can sleep with this.
Polson 5 | 1,767  
5 Nov 2009 /  #55
Kocham Cię vs I love you - which sounds more sexy?

Maybe a mix of them both would sound good.
What about: kwam chew (English pronunciation) or kłam ciu (Polish).

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