I love you in Albanian

i love you in albanian

I love you in Albanian is Të dua. So, if an Albanian tells you Të dua, you are a lucky person!

More about Të dua meaning

In Albanian Te dua” means I love you, but the verb me dasht also means to need, to want, and to love. So when an Albanian tells you Te dua he or she is telling you that they need you, want you, and love you all at once.  Isn’t it romantic?

In addition to that, Albanian is an Indo-European language spoken by the Albanians in the Balkans. Also by the Albanian diaspora in the Americas, Europe, and Oceania. But with about 7.5 million speakers, it comprises an independent branch within the Indo-European languages and is not closely related to any other Indo-European language. The Albanian language is the official language of Albania and Kosovo and co-official in North Macedonia.

Greetings and Basic Phrases in Albanian

If you ever visit Albania you must want to learn some basic phrases and greetings in Albanian! Moreover, knowing a few basic phrases and words in Albanian will get you a long way! Like a “hello” on the street or a “goodbye” when you leave the shops or restaurants.

  • Hello – Përshëndetje! / Tungjatjeta
  • Good morning – Mirëmëngjes!
  • Good evening – Mirëmbrëma!
  • Bye – Mirupafshim!
  • Yes- Po!
  • No – Jo!
  • How are you? – Si je?
  • Sorry! – Më fal!
  • Thank you! – Faleminderit!

Të dua in other languages

  • Je t’aime – French.
  • Ti amo — Italian.
  • Ich liebe dich – German.
  • Kocham Cie – Polish.
  • Eu te amo – Portuguese.
  • Te amo – Spanish.
  • Seni seviyorum – Turkish.

But what is dua.com?

dua.com is an Albanian Dating app. As a result, we are changing the way the Albanian community connects by providing the next-gen mobile platform. Including matchmaking, a community marketplace, and payment services. Furthermore, dua’s mission is to connect the fragmented Albanian Community. To promote Albania and Kosova as great places to live, bring back our people, and protect our heritage, culture, and language.

Moreover,  we’re working on creating a great future for all of us and for our children. For a better life, stronger family, social progress, quality of governance that does a commitment to its citizens. A strong economy with great economic development, and opportunities for all – and a strong Albanian community around the globe.

Why should you visit Albania?

The first reason why everyone should visit Albania, is for the pristine beaches of the south coast. Like its famous neighbors Greece, Italy and Montenegro, Albania is home to terrific beaches that suit everyone: no matter if you prefer sandy or pebble bays, Albania has them all. The best coastal part of the country is called Albanian Riviera and starts after the Llogara pass, a mountain pass near the city of Vlora, and ends in Ksamil, a small town near the Greek border. Tirana is undoubtedly one of the liveliest capital cities of the Balkans and has plenty of cool museums and art galleries that everyone should include in his or her list of places to see in Albania. A must-see is the Bunk’Art, a covert bunker located in the outskirts of Tirana, which has been transformed into a museum. Places in the city center worth a look are the Bunk’Art2, a memorial to the victims of the Communist regime, and House of Leaves, the former headquarter of Dictator Hoxha’s secret police.

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