The common language to express love feeling is the English words. If you want to say “I Love You” in a unique way to your special one, you can try to express “I Love You” in Morse code. In which way, no special knowledge or equipment is required, all you need are dots and dashes.
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How to Write “I Love You” Text in Morse code
It is easy to write “I love you” message totally of 8 English letters to Morse Code:
.. ._.. _ _ _ …_ . _._ _ _ _ _ .._
The breakdown of every English letter equivalent of Morse code is as follows:
.. (I) ._.. (L) _ _ _ (O) …_ (V) . (E) _._ _ (Y) _ _ _ (O) .._ (U)
How to Say “I Love You” in Morse code
What you need to do is just simply say each letter of “I Love You” in Morse code by using a short and long tone for dots and dashes, which formed the phrase “I Love You” as follows:
ditdit| ditdahditdit dahdahdah ditditditdah dit| dahditdahdah dahdahdah ditditdah
How to Say “I Love You Too” in Morse code
You can respond .. ._.. _ _ _ …_ . _._ _ _ _ _ .._ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ after your loved one message or talked with you .. ._.. _ _ _ …_ . _._ _ _ _ _ .._ which means i love you too.
.. (I) ._.. (L) _ _ _ (O) …_ (V) . (E) _._ _ (Y) _ _ _ (O) .._ (U) _(T) _ _ _(O) _ _ _(O)
What are Morse Code Dots and Dashes?
Morse code is a system of communication to represent letters and numbers. It is composed of a series of dots and dashes. Dot is a short impulse, pronounced as a hard click or a tick. And the dash is a longer one, sounds like a soft knock.
A dot can be represented by any short tonal sound notated as “·” in the International Morse code alphabet. In English text transmission, it is usually expressed with T. Dot length varies from very short to extended depending on its place within letter frame spaces and word spaces.
A dash is represented by a long sound notated as “-” in the International Morse code alphabet. A dash is pronounced as a long tonal sound. The length of the dash is twice that of the dot; both are short in comparison to letter frame spaces and word spaces.
The phrase “I Love You” in Morse code can also be expressed passinated by blinking the eyes. It uses a combination of short and long blinks to convey meaning.
Blink once for ‘•’ if you love someone very much, blink twice for ‘••’ if you want to hug them right now, or three times for ‘•••’ if you are ready to kiss her/him.
Blink once for ‘-‘ if you want to tell them how much they mean to you, twice for ‘–‘ if you miss them very much. Three times for ‘—‘ if the person is driving you crazy. Any more than three blinks and things are getting serious…four or five blinks means that there might be a wedding in the future!
Learning how to say “I love you” in Morse code is a great way to spread the message of love to your loved one. So if you want to give someone a special gift, or let your half know your love, why not try to say .. (I) ._.. (L) _ _ _ (O) …_ (V) . (E) _._ _ (Y) _ _ _ (O) .._ (U) this Valentine’s Day?
Morse Code Chart Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Morse_code#/media/File:International_Morse_Code.svg