@ANZY I would say "te amo" only to my boyfriend or husband. Between couples both are used, but its more common to hear "te quiero" (in Spain), because "te amo" is for showing a deep love feeling and special moments... But the use of this will depend on the person, so you will hear people that use "te amo" more than others
Para japonés, aunque dentro familia o amigos no usamos(decimos) "te quiero" (I like you). Nosotros normalmente no expresamos sentimiento (pero niños usan). Sí, también usamos 愛している("te amor") solo para novio/a o marido/a etc...
@ANZY That's one of the interesting things of learning new languages and cultures :) Well, I don't remember the last time that I said to my father "te quiero" xD, he doesn't say that to me either...but I guess it's just because he expresses his feelings more with actions. And for example I said "te quiero" to my mom everyday... So in my case it depends how that person is :)
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