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When you love a girlfriend/boyfriend you say se thelo (i want you) or s'agapo (i love you)? Just asking because i'm from greek origins and i forgot. I remember that couples say se thelo a lot but is that just to express their desire or a way to say that they love each other (but it's not the love that you could feel for a friend for exemple)? In italy we have "ti voglio bene" and "ti amo" and it's easier to express your feelings

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You can say both.  "Σε θέλω" shows more desire and passion.  It is the same like in English language.

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Vasiliki Baskou, Instructor/Director, https://learn-greek-online.com.

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