What are the connotations of "Lo me'Rubchem"?
Rashi #1: It is like the simple meaning (Hashem did not desire you because you are many). 1
Rashi #2: When He bestows upon you greatness, you do not aggrandize yourselves. 2
Rashbam, Da'as Zekenim: Being numerous is no reason to desire you! Rather, with reference to "Venashal Goyim Rabim ... " in Pasuk 1, the Torah is saying that it is not because you are more numerous than the seven nations 3 that Hashem desired you and will destroy them... rather, due to His love of you and the oath that He made to your forefathers.
What is the exact meaning of the words "Chashak Hashem bachem"?
Rashi, Targum Onkelos and Targum Yonasan: It means 'Hashem desired you'.
Ramban: It means 'Hashem bonded 1 (attached) Himself to you with a strong bond'.
What are the implications of the words "Vayivchar bachem"?
What does "Ki Atem ha'Me'at mi'Kol ha'Amim" mean?
Rashi #1: It is like the simple meaning (you are the smallest of the nations). 1
Rashi #2: Even when Hashem bestows upon you greatness, you make yourselves small. 2
Rashbam: You are smaller than the seven nations [and even so, Hashem will dispossess them for you].
R. Bechayei #1: Hashem would love even if you were the smallest of the nations.
R. Bechayei #2: Since there is no Dagesh (dot) in the Hei, it does not mean the fewest. Rather, it introduces a question (like "ha'Me'at Mikem Ki Hivdil
Rashi writes that the simple meaning is true (you are the smallest of the nations). It says "Hinchem ha'Yom k'Chochvei ha'Shamayim la'Rov" (1:10)! Also, Mo'av feared Yisrael "Ki Rav Hu" (Bamidbar 22:3)!
Perhaps the simple meaning is that Yisrael are less than all of the other nations combined. The Torah worded this in a way that allows one of the other Drashos (refer to 7:7:151:2-6