i need this so that i could write my poem please help.... urgent

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Its 'te amo'
javaid.aslam
23 May 2011
'Te quiero'
liliane
26 July 2011
"te amo" is only suitable in reference to a romantic love, "te quiero" can be used for platonic, familial or romantic love and is apt in almost all situations. Do not use the verb amar (from where te amo comes) when refering to your parents, pets, siblings etc.
maxaw
23 February 2012
te quiero = i want you = i love you (friendly love say to anyone without deeeeeep meaning like "love ya"). te amo = i love you (strong love - use only when you truely mean it). te adoro = i adore you = i love you (strongest love - say to someone you idolise)
maestro.alim
25 February 2012
te quiero
chemfreak
19 November 2012
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mrjamesron2
22 November 2012
Te quiero is the most colloquial way of saying I love you in a romantic way
David S.
04 April 2013
Te amo is more suitable for a poem . Te quiero is more colloquial of course, but for a poem "te amo" is more adequated.
Teresa M.
07 April 2013
Te quiero
chellis
08 April 2013
Te amo
lolaspanish
23 September 2013
I am not an expert in Spanish but I do know at 'I love you' in Spanish is te amo and 'I love you a lot' is te quiero mucho.I hope this helps.
Paul S.
23 September 2013
Te quiero
lolaspanish
24 September 2013
yo te quiero
Sarah R.
02 October 2013
Te quiero!
Emma B.
29 October 2013
Te quiero
Susan M.
31 October 2013
It depend on the context in which it is used. However, here are a few pointers for various situations....Use1. Te Amo.teh ah-moh ''I love you'' (informal, romantic and passionate situations)OR2. Te quiero. teh kyeh-roh ''I love you'' (used to express affection or deep caring to a brother, sister, friend, etc.)
bryanrecruit
01 November 2013
It depends on the context in which it is used. However, here are a few pointers for various situations....Use1. Te Amo.teh ah-moh ''I love you'' (informal, romantic and passionate situations)OR2. Te quiero. teh kyeh-roh ''I love you'' (used to express affection or deep caring to a brother, sister, friend, etc.)
bryanrecruit
01 November 2013
te amo
nkanji
02 November 2013
Holathere are different way to say "I love you" in SpanishOne of them is TE QUIERO
madamelouvet
04 November 2013
Te amp
helenelmore
04 November 2013
Te amo 
helenelmore
04 November 2013
Hi, "Te amo"
lolaspanish
27 November 2013
Te quiero is probably most commonly used. O te quiero mucho if you want to go a bit further! You can say this to anyone, friends, family, boyfriend or girlfriend.In Spanish you can also say te amo. Which is a bit stronger. If said to a bf or gf this is probably seen as more than te quiero. You wouldn't say it to as many people. Maybe just close family, your best friend, significant other. 
fayalexandra
20 February 2017
Some of the answers mostly cover it, but in Spanish you have many ways of saying "I love you". Depending on what you want to portray in your poem you may use one or other. For instance, "te quiero" is something you would use with friends, people you legitimate care about. If we were to find an English equivalent I would say it is higher than saying "I like you" but lower than "I fancy you", if that makes any sense. Te amo has a clear romantic connotation, altought it would not be weird for you to say it to your parents or close family members. It's translation is literally "I love you", so just proceed and use it like you use it in English.
montseg
28 August 2017
Some of the answers mostly cover it, but in Spanish you have many ways of saying "I love you". Depending on what you want to portray in your poem you may use one or other. For instance, "te quiero" is something you would use with friends, people you legitimate care about. If we were to find an English equivalent I would say it is higher than saying "I like you" but lower than "I fancy you", if that makes any sense. Te amo has a clear romantic connotation, altought it would not be weird for you to say it to your parents or close family members. It's translation is literally "I love you", so just proceed and use it like you use it in English.
montseg
28 August 2017
Te quiero is better.
Sara C.
05 September 2017
“Te amo” if you are writing a poem. The most common  expression would be “te quiero”.
javier.omenaca
22 January 2019
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