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Japanese translation: 愛しています  Ai Shi-Te Ima Su

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16:24 May 29, 2001
English to Japanese translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: I love you
Saying I love you to someone
Matoya
Japanese translation:愛しています  Ai Shi-Te Ima Su
Explanation:
Hello. I'm not sure if your PC supports Japanese font but I included it on top. It would be pronounced like this:
Eye She Tay Ee Ma Su.
This is the formal way of saying it. The more informal way would be
"Ai Shi-Te Ru". Many young people often opt for "Dai Suki!" which actually means "I like you alot" but has the connotation of 'I love you' when your girlfriend or boyfriend is saying it to you. Hope that helped
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Sheena Daswani
Local time: 11:25
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Thank you very much. I am somewhat familiar with the Japanese language. I just needed more than one way of saying it and you gave that to me. Thank you so much!!
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naai shiteruJ_R_Tuladhar
na愛しています  Ai Shi-Te Ima SuSheena Daswani


  

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1 hr
愛しています  Ai Shi-Te Ima Su


Explanation:
Hello. I'm not sure if your PC supports Japanese font but I included it on top. It would be pronounced like this:
Eye She Tay Ee Ma Su.
This is the formal way of saying it. The more informal way would be
"Ai Shi-Te Ru". Many young people often opt for "Dai Suki!" which actually means "I like you alot" but has the connotation of 'I love you' when your girlfriend or boyfriend is saying it to you. Hope that helped


Sheena Daswani
Local time: 11:25
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish, Native in JapaneseJapanese
PRO pts in pair: 3
Grading comment
Thank you very much. I am somewhat familiar with the Japanese language. I just needed more than one way of saying it and you gave that to me. Thank you so much!!
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1 hr
ai shiteru


Explanation:
this is the most common conversational form of saying "I love you".

You can also say "anata ga suki desu",
which literally means "I like you",but
takes on the meaning of "I love you".



J_R_Tuladhar
Local time: 04:10
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish, Native in NepaliNepali
PRO pts in pair: 14
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