Your friend and lover

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baggi-t
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Your friend and lover

Post by baggi-t » Tue Dec 30, 2014 4:24 pm

I'm writing a billet doux for a beautiful Italian woman who described me, in her very good English, as her 'friend and lover'. I'm endeavouring to reply in Italian. I would like to sign off with "your friend and lover" and I'm wondering if and how you might say this in Italian rather than using a literal translation.

Thanks in advance for your help
Tim

colagiuppy
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Re: Your friend and lover

Post by colagiuppy » Wed Aug 26, 2015 11:25 pm

I'd say "il tuo amico e amore"
Bye!

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