i miss you and want to see you.

19:39 Apr 30, 2000
English to Japanese translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: i miss you and want to see you.
i have a japanese friend whom i miss and wish to see.
mike osullivan

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nakimi ga koishikute aitai
mary ann
na(Boku wa) sabishii kara, kimi ni aitai.
Harold Slovic



5 hrs
(Boku wa) sabishii kara, kimi ni aitai.

Literally, (Because I am) lonely,
I want to meet/see you. The use
of the personal pronouns "boku" is
colloquial first person reference used by males, but is implied here--actual utterance is not required; "kimi" means "you", but has overtones of male/female
intimacy. Hope this is helpful! haslov

Harold Slovic
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13 hrs
kimi ga koishikute aitai

Be careful when using such western phrases with the Japanese people. They tend to be uncomfortable with such open expressions of affection.

mary ann
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