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What is basic difference between "ljubav" and "volim" in Bosnian?

They Both have the same meaning "LOVE" but what are the specific conditions of their usage??

For learning: Bosnian
Base language: Bosnian
Category: Language



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    "Volim" doesn't mean "I love you", but "I love" (main pyar karta/karti hoon).

    The infinitive form of the verb is "voljeti" (pyar karna).


    LJUBAV is a noun that means "love".
    VOLIM is a verb that means "I love you".

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