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Te quiero is probably most commonly used. O te quiero mucho if you want to go a bit further! You can say this to anyone, friends, family, boyfriend or girlfriend.

In Spanish you can also say te amo. Which is a bit stronger. If said to a bf or gf this is probably seen as more than te quiero. You wouldn't say it to as many people. Maybe just close family, your best friend, significant other. 

"Te amo"  is used to express love informally to a lover or significant other.

"Te quiero" is used to express love to a sibling or friend etc.

You can also add "mucho" at the end to emphasise or strengthen the image of this love in your poem.


Hi, "Te amo"

Te amo 

Te amp


Hola

there are different way to say "I love you" in Spanish

One of them is TE QUIERO

te amo

It depends on the context in which it is used. However, here are a few pointers for various situations....

Use

1. Te Amo.teh ah-moh ''I love you'' (informal, romantic and passionate situations)
OR
2. Te quiero. teh kyeh-roh ''I love you'' (used to express affection or deep caring to a brother, sister, friend, etc.)

It depend on the context in which it is used. However, here are a few pointers for various situations....

Use

1. Te Amo.teh ah-moh ''I love you'' (informal, romantic and passionate situations)
OR
2. Te quiero. teh kyeh-roh ''I love you'' (used to express affection or deep caring to a brother, sister, friend, etc.)

Te quiero

Te quiero!

yo te quiero

Te quiero

I am not an expert in Spanish but I do know at 'I love you' in Spanish is te amo and 'I love you a lot' is te quiero mucho.

I hope this helps.

Te amo

Te quiero

Te amo is more suitable for a poem . Te quiero is more colloquial of course, but for a poem "te amo" is more adequated.

Te quiero is the most colloquial way of saying I love you in a romantic way

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te quiero

te quiero = i want you = i love you (friendly love say to anyone without deeeeeep meaning like "love ya"). te amo = i love you (strong love - use only when you truely mean it). te adoro = i adore you = i love you (strongest love - say to someone you idolise)

"te amo" is only suitable in reference to a romantic love, "te quiero" can be used for platonic, familial or romantic love and is apt in almost all situations. Do not use the verb amar (from where te amo comes) when refering to your parents, pets, siblings etc.

'Te quiero'

Its 'te amo'

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