How do I say "I love you" in Mauritian Creole?

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groovychick 16 Sep 2019

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gices 16 Sep 2019
I love you = Mo kontan twa

To say this properly, listen to the audio file below:

Some people may write this differently eg "Mo contan toi" or "Mo content toi"

Other valid phrases are:

  • Mo amoureux r twa (I'm in love with you)
  • Je t'aimes (French)
  • Monn gaté r twa / Monn gate ek twa
  • To mem mo lamour