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is "watashitachi wa anata ga sukidesu" right? for the sentence "we like you"? i need this sentence for a friend which go to japan and has her birthday tomorrow! so i need it quickly! thx for help!
May 30, 2010 7:56 PM
Answers · 3
The sentence is gramatically correct, but it does not sound very natural. First of all, quite often in japanese oral, subject is obmitted. Second, it is rare for japanese to say "anata'. Instead, they use family name plus "san".
May 31, 2010
Yes, it is. Addition: I think "watashitachi wa anata ga daisuki desu" is more natural, in this case. ( suki = like , daisuki = like * very much )
May 31, 2010
Yes, that's right. If I were you, I'd use her name+san(suffix) instead of "anata," but that's not a big matter.
May 31, 2010
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