Love Sentences and Expressions in Italian Language

We are in the period of San Valentine. Therefore, I thought to write this article about love sentences in Italian language, hoping it will be useful to those of you that have their sweethearts in Italy!

I also wrote the pronunciation of the most difficult words.
If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact me here on Verbling. I would be more than glad to help you 😉

Let’s start!

1- The most famous (and important 😉) sentence is obviously “Ti amo” which means : “I love you” * You can also say : “Ti amo molto!” or “Ti amo moltissimo!” Which mean respectively : “ I love you very much” and “ I love you very very much “

2-“Sono pazzo di te”: “I am crazy for you” ( if who is saying the sentence is a man) While If the sentence is said by a lady, then it would be "Sono pazza di te!"

3-“Luce mia” : “my light” * The “Ce” in the word "luce" is pronounced like the "che" in "check" * It can be used towards a man or a lady indifferently

4-“Tesoro mio” : “my treasure” (or my darling) * It can be used towards a man or a lady indifferently

5-“Vita mia” : “my life” * It can be used towards a man or a lady indifferently

6- “Anima mia” : “my soul” * It can be used towards a man or a lady indifferently

7- “amore mio”: “my love” * It can be used towards a man or a lady indifferently

8- “Ti amo di un amore senza fine”: “I love you with an endless love” * It can be used towards a man or a lady indifferently

9-“Amo solo te” : “I love only you” * It can be used towards a man or a lady indifferently

10-“Sei Bellissima” : “you are very beautiful”
* It is said to a lady * While if the sentence is said to a man then it would be “sei bellissimo”

11-“Sei incredibile” : “You are incredible” * It can be used towards a man or a lady indifferently

12- “Sei la mia rosa”: “you are my rose” * It can be used towards a man or a lady indifferently

13-“Sei un dono” : “you are a gift” * It can be used towards a man or a lady indifferently

14-“Amore ti amo” : “My love, I love you” * It can be used towards a man or a lady indifferently

15- “Ti adoro” : “I adore you” * It can be used towards a man or a lady indifferently

16- “Sei stupenda” : “you are fantastic” (said to a lady) “Sei stupendo” (said to a man)

17- “Tu sei l'unica per me” : “you are the only one for me” * Said to a lady, while if the sentence is said to a man then it would be “Tu sei l’unico per me”

18- “Non posso vivere senza di te”: “I can't live without you” * It can be used towards a man or a lady indifferently

19- “Ti penso sempre” : “I'm always thinking about you” * It can be used towards a man or a lady indifferently

20- “Sei il mio eroe” : “you are my hero” * Said towards a man

21- “Non posso fare a meno dei tuoi baci” : “I cannot stay without your kisses” * The “ci” in the word “baci” is pronounced like the "chee" in "cheese" * It can be used towards a man or a lady indifferently

22- “Sei tutto ciò di cui ho bisogno” : “you are everything I need” * "ciò" pronounced like "cho" in the word “chocolate” * It can be used towards a man or a lady indifferently

23- “Sei tutto per me” : “You are everything to me” * It can be used towards a man or a lady indifferently

24- “Sei il mio incantesimo” : “You are my enchantment” * It can be used towards a man or a lady indifferently

25- “Tu sei il sole del mia vita”: “You are the sunshine of my life” * It can be used towards a man or a lady indifferently

26- “Sei la mia vita” : “You are my life” * It can be used towards a man or a lady indifferently

27- “Sei molto dolce” : “you are very sweet” * The “ce” in the word “dolce” is pronounced like the "che" in "check" * It can be used towards a man or a lady indifferently

28- “Mi manchi” : “I miss you” * It can be used towards a man or a lady indifferently * The “chi” in the word “manchi” is pronounced like the “ki” in the word “kiss”

29- “Ho bisogno di te” : “I need you” * It can be used towards a man or a lady indifferently * Please notice that the “gno” in “bisogno” is pronounced like “nio”

30- “Mi mancano i tuoi occhi” : “I miss your eyes” * The “chi” in the word “occhi” is pronounced like the “ki” in the word “kiss” * It can be used towards a man or a lady indifferently

31 “Mi mancano i tuoi baci” : “I miss your kisses” * The “ci” in the word “baci” is pronounced like the "chee" in "cheese" * It can be used towards a man or a lady indifferently

32- “Sei la mia vita”: “you are my life” * It can be used towards a man or a lady indifferently

33- “Ti penso ogni giorno”: “I think of you every day" Please notice that the “gni” in “ogni” is pronounced like “nyi” * The “gi” in “giorno” is pronounced like the “j” in the word “joke” * It can be used towards a man or a lady indifferently

34- “Tu sei nel mio cuore”: “You are in my heart” * The “c” in the word “cuore” is pronounced like the “k” in the word “kiss” * It can be used towards a man or a lady indifferently

35- “Senza di te la mia vita non ha senso”: “without you my life has no meaning” * It can be used towards a man or a lady indifferently

36- “Ti amerò finché avrò vita”: “I will love you as long as I’m alive.” * The “ch” in the word “finché” is pronounced like the “ke” in the “Ken” * It can be used towards a man or a lady indifferently

37- “Sei la mia anima gemella” : “You are my soul mate” * The “ge” in “gemella” is pronounced like the “je” in “jet” * It can be used towards a man or a lady indifferently

38- “Cuore mio” : “my heart” * The “c” in the word “cuore” is pronounced like the “k” in the word “kiss” * It can be used towards a man or a lady indifferently

39- “Per me sei come acqua nel deserto” : “to me you are like water in the desert” * It can be used towards a man or a lady indifferently

40- “Hai dato un senso alla mia vita”: “you have given meaning to my life” * It can be used towards a man or a lady indifferently

41- “Ti amerò per tutta la vita”: “I will love you my whole life” * It can be used towards a man or a lady indifferently

42-“Ti amerò per sempre” : “I will love you forever” * It can be used towards a man or a lady indifferently

43- “Finalmente ti ho incontrato”: “I have finally met you” * It can be used towards a man or a lady indifferently

44- “Tu sei quella (quello) che stavo aspettando” : “you are the one I have been waiting for” (quello : male , quella : female)

45- “Sei come un raggio di sole che illumina la mia vita” : “You are like a sun ray that brightens my life.” * “che” is pronounced like the “ke” in “Ken” * It can be used towards a man or a lady indifferently

46- “Grazie cara (caro) per tutto l’amore che mi dai” : “Thank you my dear for all the love that you give me.” * caro: to a man / cara: to a lady
47- “Sei la ragione per cui vivo, per cui ogni giorno sorrido” : “You are my reason for living, for which I smile every day.” * The “gi” in “ragione” and in “giorno” is pronounced like the “j” in the word “joke” * Please notice that the “gni” in “ogni” is pronounced like “nyi” * It can be used towards a man or a lady indifferently 48- “Amore è gioia, amore è tenerezza, amore è calore. Amore sei tu!”: “Love is joy, love is tenderness, love is warmth. Love it’s you!” * The “gi” in “gioia” is pronounced like the “j” in the word “joke” * It can be used towards a man or a lady indifferently

49- “Ho bisogno delle tue carezze e dei tuoi abbracci” : “I need your caresses and your hugs.” * Please notice that the “gno” in “bisogno” is pronounced like “nyo” * The “ci” in the word “abbracci” is pronounced like the "chee" in "cheese" * It can be used towards a man or a lady indifferently
50- “Ho scritto una storia d'amore senza inizio e senza fine...la nostra storia” : “I have written a love story without a beginning or an end...our story.” * It can be used towards a man or a lady indifferently

51- “Mi sono dissetato alla fontana dei tuoi baci” : “I quenched my thirst at the fountain of your kisses.” * The “ci” in the word “baci” is pronounced like the "chee" in "cheese"
52- “Vorrei tenerti per mano” : “I would like to hold your hand.” * It can be used towards a man or a lady indifferently

53- “Oggi si festeggia il tuo compleanno ma io lo festeggio tutti i giorni” : “Today is the celebration of your birthday but I celebrate it every day.” * The “gi” in “oggi”, “festeggia”and “giorni” is pronounced like the “j” in the word “joke” * It can be used towards a man or a lady indifferently

54- “Voglio fare l'amore con te” : “I want to make love with you”
* Notice that the “g” in “voglio” is not pronounced * It can be used towards a man or a lady indifferently

55- “Sono solo tua” : “I’m only yours” (said by a lady) “Sono solo tuo” (said by a man)

56- “Per sempre” : “forever”

57- “Per sempre tua” : “forever yours” ( said by a lady) "Per sempre tuo" : “said by a man”

58- “Per sempre insieme” : “together forever”
59- “Io e te per sempre insieme” : “you and I together forever”
60- “Resta con me per sempre” : “stay with me forever”

I hope you liked this article and I wish to all of you a life full of LOVE!! 💘💘 Buon San Valentino! Alessandro
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