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00:39 Sep 28, 2001
English to Japanese translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: i love u
tell me how ro say in japanese that i want to see u
ayaz
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5Watashiwa anatao aishiteimasu/Anataga suki desu/watahiwa anatani aitaibgccb
5anataga sukidesujam
5watashiha anata ni aitai.gannu
5watashi ha anata wo ai shiteimasu.gannu


  

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watashi ha anata wo ai shiteimasu.


Explanation:
watashi ha = I
anata wo = you
aishiteimasu = love (ing)
in other way = I am in love with you.

gannu
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watashiha anata ni aitai.


Explanation:
watashiha = I
anatani = to you
aitai = want to meet

in other way, I want to meet you.
same as I want to see you.

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anataga sukidesu


Explanation:
I = (watashiha) when spoken, we japanese usually omit the word as it is obvious.
love = sukidesu. Love is translated 'aishiteimasu' in Japanese. However, 'sukidesu' is said more often to mean aishiteimasu.
you = anataga

I want to see you = anatani aitai

jam
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Watashiwa anatao aishiteimasu/Anataga suki desu/watahiwa anatani aitai


Explanation:
All of the answers above are correct except for the "Watashiha".
It is written in Japanese as "ha" after the "watashi" but the "ha" is pronounced
as "wa".


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