Translation for “I love you” in Bengali is “Ami tomake bhalobashi (আমি তোমায় ভালোবাসি)”.
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Meaning of the words:I – amiLove – bhalobashiYou – tomake
Ami tomake bhalobashi আমি তোমায় ভালোবাসিorAmi Tomake Bhalobasi আমি তোমাকে ভালোবাসি
Say my love to him – PriyotomoSay my love to her – Priyotoma
Do you love me?Tumi ki amake bhalobaso?
Yes, of course.Ha nischoy.
Yes, I love you.Ha, ami tomake bholobasi.
No, I don’t love you.Na, aami tomake bhalabasi na.
How to say I love you too in Bengali language?Amio tomake bhalobashi.
How to say I love you very much in Bengali language?Ami tomake onek beshi bhalobashi.
How to say I want to marry you in Bengali language?Ami tomake biye korte chai.
How to say I miss you in Bengali language?Ami tomake miss korchi.
I like you.Ami tomake pochondo kori.
You are beautiful.Tumi sundor.
You are very beautiful.Tumi khub sundor.
Bengali language sentences:
How are you?Tumi kamon aacho?
I am fine.Aami bhalo aachi.
What is your name?Tomar naam ki?
He had gone.Se giye chilo.
He will eat.Se Khabe.
He will go.Se jabe.
He will come.Se asbe.
What did you do?Tumi ki koro?
What can I do?Aami ki korte pari?
How did you come?Tumi kamon kore aasle?
Which is the sweetest fruit?Kon fol ta sob teke besi misti?
Where did you come from?Tumi kotha theke asecho?
Will you come with me?Tumi ki aamar sathe aasbe?
I shall come with you.Aami tomar sathe aasbo.
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About Bengali language
In 16th century, first native name for Bengali was Gauda bhasa and in 19th century Vanga bhasa or Bangala-bhasa. Bengali is the state language of West Bengal in India and the national language of Bangladesh. It is the most widely spoken language of Bangladesh, 98% of Bangladeshis speaks Bengali language as their first language. It is also the second most widely spoken after Hindi of the 22 scheduled languages of India. In India, Bengali is the official language of the states of the Barak Valley region of the state of Assam, West Bengal, Tripura and in other states such as Delhi, Chhattisgarh, Arunachal Pradesh, Jharkhand, Meghalaya, Uttarakhand, Mizoram and Nagaland.