Video:Learn Japanese: How to Say "I Love You"with Dai Ishiguro
"I love you" is an important phrase to be able to say in any language, including Japanese. Here's a video to help you learn how to say "I love you" in Japanese.See Transcript
Transcript:Learn Japanese: How to Say "I Love You"
Hello, my name is Dai Ishiguro from About.com. Today I'm going to teach you how to say, "I love you" in Japanese.
Learn "I Love You" in Japanese
"I love you," we say Aishiteru, "Ai-shi-te-ru," Aishiteru, "Ai-shi-te-ru," Aishiteru. The formal way of saying Aishiteru is "A-i-shi-te-ma-su." Aishitemasu. That's a formal way of saying, "I love you." "A-i-shi-te-ma-su," Aishitemasu. And now I'm going to write "I love you." Here, on the first Aishiteru, "A-i-shi-te-ru." "A-i-shi-te-ru," that means "I love you." Now, I'm going to write in Kanji, too. So "Ai," this is "Ai," then rest of "shiteru" is here. Aishiteru, Ai shiteru is kanji. This one means I love you.
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