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Translate this in japanese my sentence is: You know how important he/she to me

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    あなたは私に大切な彼女を知っている。if you take it literally. This is for "she".

    You know how important she/he is to me= kare/kanojo wa watashi/atashi/boku/ore nitotte dore hodo daiji na hito dearu koto wo, kimi/anata/omae wa shitteiru deshou/darou. 彼/彼女は私/あたし/ボク俺/にとってどれほど大事な人であることを、君/あなた/おまえは知っているでしょう/だろう。

    彼 kare= he
    彼女 kanojo= she
    kimi= you (informal)
    anata= formal
    omae( informal, among men)
    watashi= I (neutral, not very formal, not very informal)
    atashi= I ( informal for girls)
    boku= I ( informal/humble for boys)
    ore= I (kinda rude/informal for men)
    deshou (a little formal)
    darou( more informal than deshou)

    In Japanese you cannot simply translate a sentence and that's it, you have to specify who speaks and to whom you speak, that includes gender and formality.

    You know how important she/he is to me= kare/kanojo wa watashi/atashi/boku/ore nitotte dore hodo daiji na hito dearu koto wo, kimi/anata/omae wa shitteiru deshou/darou. 彼/彼女は私/あたし/ボク俺/にとってどれほど大事な人であることを、君/あなた/おまえは知っているでしょう/だろう。

    彼 kare= he
    彼女 kanojo= she
    kimi= you (informal)
    anata= formal
    omae( informal, among men)
    watashi= I (neutral, not very formal, not very informal)
    atashi= I ( informal for girls)
    boku= I ( informal/humble for boys)
    ore= I (kinda rude/informal for men)
    deshou (a little formal)
    darou( more informal than deshou)

    In Japanese you cannot simply translate a sentence and that's it, you have to specify who speaks and to whom you speak, that includes gender and formality.

    Kare/kanojo wa watashi/atashi/boku/ore nitotte dore hodo daiji na hito dearu koto wo, kimi/anata/omae wa shitteiru deshou/darou. 彼/彼女は私/あたし/ボク俺/にとってどれほど大事な人であることを、君/あなた/おまえは知っているでしょう/だろう。

    彼 kare= he
    彼女 kanojo= she
    kimi= you (informal)
    anata= formal
    omae( informal, among men)
    watashi= I (neutral, not very formal, not very informal)
    atashi= I ( informal for girls)
    boku= I ( informal/humble for boys)
    ore= I (kinda rude/informal for men)
    deshou (a little formal)
    darou( more informal than deshou)
    In Japanese you cannot simply translate a sentence and that's it, you have to specify who speaks and to whom you speak, that includes gender and formality.

    Kare/kanojo wa watashi/atashi/boku/ore nitotte dore hodo daiji na hito dearu koto wo, kimi/anata/omae wa shitteiru deshou/darou. 彼/彼女は私/あたし/ボク俺/にとってどれほど大事な人であることを、君/あなた/おまえは知っているでしょう/だろう。

    Explanation in next post.

    あなたは彼女が私にとってどれぐらい大切だと知っている

    彼のことが、どれだけ大切か知ってるよね。
    (kareno kotoga doredake taisetuka sitteru yone)
    彼がどれだけ私にとって大切か知ってるでしょ。
    (karega doredake watashini tottte taisetuka sitteru desho)
    どれだけ、彼が私にとって大切かわかるでしょ。
    (doredake karega watasini totte taisetuka wakaru desho)

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