I always learned aimer was to like example: J'aime jouer du piano - i like to play piano and adorer was to love: J'adore jouer du piano - i love to play piano. But when I found out how to say i love you, I was a little confused as it is - je t'aime. Why isn't it - je t'adore?
Explain please, b gr8 help
p.s soz if there are mistakes Im not doing gcse french - just curious.
If you were to literally translate the phrase 'je t'aime', it would mean 'i like you'. But in French alot of phrases/words are not translated literally, so 'Je t'aime' is 'I love you'.
It can make things very confussing, but you just have to learn and remember them :)
It is to like to love is adorer I think the phrase for i love you is just something you have to accept as yes it would be i like you if you were to literally translate it. In french sometimes things cant be translated literally.