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Come si dice in italiano: I love...

In english, we say: I love dogs, I love school, I love my city, I love chocolate, etc. However, it seems that the phrase mi piace is more commonly used in Italian and the phrase "I love..." is reserved for ???people??? or...?. Is this true? If so, how does one distinguish between "I love something" and "I like something"? Would I just say: mi piace molto...? Or is there another way to say this?

Thanks so much all! Grazie mille e tutti!

For learning: Italian
Base language: English
Category: Language


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    mi piace ++ (I like) x thinghs or people
    Io amo ++++ (I love) "" """

    In italiano I love si dice amare.
    Io amo
    tu ami
    egli ama

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