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How To Say I Love You

Nina Li Coomes | Catapult | 26th March 2018

“In Japanese, the phrase ‘I love you’ exists linguistically, but does not exist culturally. Linguistically, it is best translated as 愛してる or ‘Aishiteru’. Unlike English, it does not contain the ‘I’ and ‘you’ involved in ‘I love you’. The phrase most directly means ‘(I) am loving (you),’ as …

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