Want to Learn How to Say "I Love You" in Over 40 Languages?

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Check out Transparent Language's New Site, sayiloveyou.net, and You'll be Expressing Your Love in Your Favorite Foreign Language Before You Know It!

Transparent Language understands that every individual who chooses to undertake the long journey towards foreign language proficiency has his or her own reason. Whether it's for travel, business, or just personal enjoyment, the reasons learners choose to start studying and the topics they're most interested in are incredibly varied. In fact, some of them are even surprising.

One of the items language learners most want to learn is how to say "I love you" in the foreign language of their choice. This fact is supported by the astonishing number of Google searches that are conducted each month on the subject. According to Google Data, over 29 million searches are done each month for the general phrase "I love you". However, language-specific searches make up a similarly staggering number. For example, the phrase "I love you in Spanish" is the most popular language-specific term in this category, with just about 165,000 searches per month. Next in line is "I love you in French" with around 90,500 searches per month. "I love you in Italian" and "I love you in Japanese" are third and fourth on the list, followed by Chinese, German, Korean, and Arabic, with numbers ranging from 49,500 to 18,000.

As a leading provider of language-learning solutions for the government, military, education, library, and consumer markets, Transparent Language strives to provide learners with all of the learning materials they not only need to know, but want to know, as well. Fitting in line with this mission, and due to the amount of interest in learning to say "I love you" in a foreign language, Transparent Language has released a new web site, sayiloveyou.net, with the intention of satisfying the popular desire to learn to say this phrase.

The site teaches learners how to say "I love you" in over 40 popular languages with the help of native speaker audio pronunciations. In addition, sayiloveyou.net gives visitors free access to Transparent Language Word of the Day, a program designed to make language learning part of learners' daily routines by presenting and teaching proper usage of a new word each day. The service also offers a sample sentence and audio pronunciation, displays language and culture blog articles, and provides Twitter search functionality to find social media discussions in which the day's word is being used, allowing learners to see exactly how the word is employed by real, native speakers in everyday life.

The site has officially launched with support for 46 languages, most of which also have a respective Word of the Day. However, there are plans to add additional languages in the future, both to sayiloveyou.net and to Transparent Language Word of the Day. Language learners interested in adding "I love you" to their vocabulary reservoirs, or anyone with a romantic streak, should check out the new site at sayiloveyou.net, or Transparent Language Word of the Day at transparent.com/wotd.

About Transparent Language, Inc.

At Transparent Language, we develop language-learning resources and systems that deliver more rapid, reliable, and engaging language learning to those who need language skills for work or school, as well as those who simply find joy in learning and using other languages. Every day, we use our expertise in the research and practice of language learning to build programs that are licensed for use by all personnel of Foreign Service Institute, Defense Language Institute, US Special Operations Command, US Marine Corps, US Navy, and many other government organizations, as well as by thousands of schools, hundreds of public libraries, and millions of individual users.

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