a year ago1,000+ Views
Let's Learn About 3 Different Kinds Of Saying U Like Someone In Japanese
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a year ago·Reply
Just a cultural note to help out anyone that will use these words. In Japan "Aishiteru" is very rarely used. Suki desu is the equivalent of the English liking someone like having a crush. Daisuki desu is the equivalent of loving someone in english. Aishiteru is a DEEP love like, some japanese only use the word a couple times in there life. It's used like if you love someone to the point you can't live without them. Because if you date a japanese girl and 6 months in say aishiteru she's gonna think you're creepy XD and far too infatuated with her.
a year ago·Reply
@Empyros thank u thats very helpful 😊
a year ago·Reply