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Lori asked in Society & CultureLanguages · 7 years ago

'Ik ook van je' or 'jou'?

This is a question about Dutch. I'm aware there's a difference between 'ik hou van je' and 'ik hou van jou', and it's not uncommon to hear either, but what about I love you too? Is it 'ik ook van jou', or do you use 'je'? I'm not sure if people ever say 'je' in 'I love you too.'

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  • 7 years ago
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    There is actually no differense between 'ik hou van je' and 'ik hou van jou'. 'Jou' and 'je' mean the same, although 'jou' is mostly used for more emphasis. In 'I love you too' it is the same. 'Jou' is used for emphasis. Hope I answered your question.

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  • 7 years ago

    nope,i m a native dutxh speaker,its basically the same thing you say,not wrong...good luck on learning dutch!

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