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I Love You

Japanese translation: Ai shite iru

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00:51 Aug 13, 2000
English to Japanese translations [Non-PRO]
Tech/Engineering
English term or phrase: I Love You
I Love you
sara
Japanese translation:Ai shite iru
Explanation:
You wouldn't see Ai shite imasu - that's far too formal for somebody you love. Ai shite iru is the colloquial form that should be used, or maybe not.

Japanese almost never express themselves so directly.

Suki da yo (I like you - male speech), Ore wa ... no koto ga suki da yo (same - male) or Watashi wa ... no koto ga suki (same, ... = fill in name - female speech) is much more natural.
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16 hrs
aishiteimasu


Explanation:
Recent e-mail virus name was "I love you".Is this in that kind of context?
I love you in Japanese is "aishiteimasu."

mioko
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2 days 9 hrs
Ai shite iru


Explanation:
You wouldn't see Ai shite imasu - that's far too formal for somebody you love. Ai shite iru is the colloquial form that should be used, or maybe not.

Japanese almost never express themselves so directly.

Suki da yo (I like you - male speech), Ore wa ... no koto ga suki da yo (same - male) or Watashi wa ... no koto ga suki (same, ... = fill in name - female speech) is much more natural.

xxxXX789
Netherlands
Local time: 10:41
Native speaker of: Native in DutchDutch
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