Wondering how to say ‘I love you’ in Burmese?
Well you better make sure you know the difference between ‘Chit tae’ and ‘Chit par’.
Saying ‘I love you’ can be both scary and exciting and even more so in a new language!
If you want to know how to say ‘I love you’ and other romantic phrases in Burmese, then read on.
How To Say ‘I Love You’ In Burmese
There are a few different ways to tell someone that you love them in Burmese.
|I love you||Ngar nin ko chit tae|
|Love you||Chit tae|
|I love you||Chit pa de|
All of the above phrases mean ‘I love you’ and can be used interchangeably.
This video shows the pronunciation of the first phrase ‘Ngar nin ko chit tae‘:
Romantic Phrases in Burmese
Try these other romantic phrases too, including how to say ‘beautiful’ or ‘handsome’ in Burmese.
|English Meaning||Burmese Romanization|
|Love me||Chit par|
|Cute||Chit po kaung tae|
Please note that ‘chaw tae’ means both beautiful and handsome so you can use it with both genders.
Check out the below video to hear the pronunciation of some of these Burmese romantic phrases:
These phrases should come in handy whether you’ve got a love interest from Myanmar or whether you’re just visiting and want to be prepared.
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