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i love you in japanese to a family member


If you're not mad it means: Ok, sure I'll go along with that; or I'll do it later. ... with affection to a loved family member in place of "I love you too," in some cases.

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Explicitly saying "I love you" to a family member has traditionally been considered too overt or even untrustworthy. In Japan, tacit understanding is generally regarded as better than verbal communication.

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47 ways to say 'I love you' in Japanese


So a new video series from the cosmetics company Shiseido shows all of these distinct ways to say "I love you' in Japanese. There are five "I love you" videos in total, and each person appears in front of the camera to declare their love for that special someone, family member, friend and even their dog

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I'd say "Ich hab' Dich lieb" is the natural way to say "I love you" to a family member and I hope everyone else agrees because I always thought "Ich liebe Dich" used in a family was just a bad German translation in American sitcoms.

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I wanted to know how to say "I love you" and "I love you too" in Japanese... not like, "I love you Mommy," but for if you were saying it...

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How to Say "I love you" in Japanese


Dragan Todorovic. Moment. By Namiko Abe. Japanese Language Expert. By Namiko Abe. One of the most popular phrases in any language is probably, "I love you". In Japanese, "love" is, "ai (愛)", and the verb form "to love" is, "aisuru(愛する)". "I love you" can be literally translated as...

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