Valentine's Day is upon us again, so this year try one of these 5 phrases to tell your Persian Valentine how much they mean to you!
Literally, I love you and commonly used between friends and loved ones. In English, we only really have I love you, but this is the "strong" version, almost like, I'm in love with you. Think of it as the Persian version of the Spanish te amo.
دوست دارم dooset dāram
Literally, I like you but used in the sense of I love you. This is the "less strong" version of āsheghetam and perhaps used more commonly. Think of it as the Persian version of the Spanish te quiero.
Literally, I want you. This is sort of slang but used in everyday language to show that you care about a girl/guy. It's commonly used between friends to express that you really like the person, think they are sweet, etc: kheili mikhāmet!
Literally, I'm ruined for you. This is another slang phrase commonly used to mean that you are so crazy about a person and would do anything for them.
Literally, I'm crazy about you. Pretty self explanatory.
Happy Valentine's Day!