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Behzad
what is the difference between love and like????? when we use i love u and when we use i like u????? can we use them interchangeably????
Jun 14, 2015 5:30 PM
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No love is stronger than like.I like chocolate but I love my mother and father. If you say you love chocolate you are saying that you like it very very much.
June 14, 2015
"Like" means (ahdictionary) "To find pleasant or attractive; enjoy." It can be strong or weak. In English, for better or for worse, we have a single word, "love," which encompasses all three of these feelings. You have to know which is meant from context. a) The feeling I have for food, music, weather. It is the same feeling as "like," but stronger. I like yogurt, I love ice cream. I like jazz, I love classical music. I like spring, but I really love long lazy summer days. b) The feeling I have for good friends, grandchildren, our dog. I love them. c) Erotic or sexual feelings.
June 14, 2015
Very interesting.. I have discused it with my friend :))) and we was arguing with him, but in my opinion love is more strong word then like ;) becaus everyone use this one just to show good relation in currenty . The best wishes. ️Natalia
July 7, 2015
i guessed so...but none-native speakers made me doubtful lol...tanx Ruthi
June 14, 2015
Behzad
Language Skills
Arabic, Azeri, English, Persian (Farsi), Turkish
Learning Language
English