"I love you."

Translation:Jeg elsker dig.

October 2, 2014



Is this romantic love, like a couple might say to each other? More family-oriented, like you might say to your parents? Or like something a fan might say to their favorite band? Or all of the above?

March 28, 2015


My partner and I say this to each other it definitely means romantic love, but she would also say it to her parents. I don't think it would be used to describe love for a friend or an object/band though.

May 10, 2015


    It can also be used to describe love for an object or band (though I would definitely be careful saying it about friends, in case it can get misinterpreted, but I wouldn't say you can't full stop). It can also be used to describe actions you love doing.
    "Jeg elsker chokoladekage" = I love chocolate cake
    "Jeg elsker at spise chokoladekage" = I love to eat chocolate cake

    May 10, 2015


    So romantic

    June 17, 2015


    Shouldnt this be I love y'all?? Cause its confusing with you which should be dig.

    October 8, 2017


    why can't it be du

    October 2, 2014


    I'm not sure about this, but how I figured it out is figure out if you would say me(mig) or I(jeg). Du would be like I and Dig is like me. You wouldn't say I love I in English, you would say I love me. Therefore, in Danish, you would say Dig. Hope this helped! It does take a bit of practice and just reading and listening to more Danish.

    October 2, 2014


    yeah this was a problem i had with german

    October 2, 2014


    Das kriegst du aber noch hin

    March 17, 2015


    Jer vs dig?

    January 24, 2015


    Jer is a plural you, dig is a singular you.

    February 13, 2015



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