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My father says it different than the online translation.   
by Cindea, 2016-02-19, 02:58  like dislike  Spam?  104.230.68...
I am trying to write "I love you". When I look up the translation online it is different than the way my father says it. Although he speaks Slovak he never learned how to write it. I am writing what it sounds like in English: I say
"Je tebe lubim." Then he replies "je tebe lubim tish".
But the online translation for "I love you" is "l'ubim t'a"
For "I love you too" the translation comes up "aj ja t'a l'ubim".
I know they are close, but can you tell me which ones are technically correct?
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