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אהבתי [a-hav-ti] means "I liked" or I loved. See 100 Basic Hebrew Verbs - Teach Me Hebrew
Infinitive לאהוב le-e-hov Past אהבתי a-hav-ti Present אוהב o-hev Future אוהב o-hav

Examples

אני אוהבת את הסרט a-ni o-he-vet et ha-se-ret. I like the movie. (את [et] is the direct object marker.)
אני אהבתי את הסרט a-ni a-hav-ti et ha-se-ret. I liked the movie.

An example here Lesson 30 - Teach Me Hebrew where the word דווקא dav-ka meaning "in contrast, contrary to your/ other people's opinion" is being taught.

דווקא אהבתי את הסרט dav-ka a-hav-ti et ha-se-ret. [Contrary to what most of my friends thought of it] I liked the movie.
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