With Valentine's Day falling on Friday, many a lover will be scrambling to find the perfect gift or come up with the best dinner plans to woo the object of their affections. But often enough, the best expression of love isn't the five-star meal or the expensive ring--but rather, the three little words that everyone yearns to hear, "I love you."
And since love is a universal language, The WorldPost has decided to give you a quick primer in how people in other countries and cultures express their feelings. In just over a minute, this video glides from Gujarati to Georgian, with each clip including a transliteration so you can practice pronunciation before you whisper the words to your loved one on Feb. 14.
How do you say "I love you?"