I would like to learn to say "I love you too" in the Hokkien dialect, as my boyfriend's from Taiwan, and I would like to surprise him. But I can't find the way to say it online, and I've heard him pronounce it something like, "Wo ai lu." I think the Mandarin way is to say, "Wo ai ni," and "Wo ye ai ni," but I'm not sure. Can anyone answer me? I would like the characters, but also the romanization. And for this, as I wasn't clear before, I actually mean for the Hokkien, as it's no surprise to him I know kind of how to say the Mandarin. I'd like the romanization so I can say it to him. But I would also like to be able to write it, since we may take classes together, and we've been known to write notes to each other.
You'll find that the Taiwanese (Hokkien) dialect is very similar to mandarin, except that the intonation and pronunciation varies in a subtle way.
The writing should be exactly the same, unless you want to write it in a way that reflects the actually sounds (as they do sometimes).
我愛你 (góa ài lì)
Tip: I think góa is a little bit difficult to pronounce, so you might just try to say 'wa' instead.