As Italians are famous around the world to be the most amazing Latin Lovers, also our language has many nuances to express this amazing feeling.
The first main difference between English and Italian is how we say I LOVE YOU.
I can hear you saying, that's easy, 'Ti amo' is the correct answer. Yes. And no.
We use 'Ti amo' only to express the love existing between a man and a woman; but, if you want to say I love you to a friend, to your parents, to your children, the right way to say it is 'Ti voglio bene.' There is not a translation for this, 'cause it's just a different way to say I love you to a person who is not your half.
And of course we have dozens of ways to express our feelings; here you can find the most common!
MI STO INNAMORANDO DI TE: I'm falling in love with you
SONO INNAMORATO (m) /A (f) DI TE: I fell in love with you
MI PIACI: I like you
CI TENGO A TE: I care for you
SEI MOLTO IMPORTANTE PER ME: You mean a lot to me
HO UN DEBOLE PER TE: I'm weak for you
SONO PAZZO (m) / PAZZA (f) DI TE: I'm crazy for you
TI DESIDERO: I want you
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