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Can you translate me an answer? =3

Post by Rosso » Mon 07.11.2005 10:36 pm

Hiya, I hope this is the place for this request..anyways, I would like to reply to
"あいしてる りくちゃん!" with something along the lines of "I love you too Sarah!"
I read somewhere that an appropriate response to "aishiteru" is "watashi (boku) mo aishiteimasu." Anyways, if anyone could help me out with the romanji and hiragana and give me an answer, i'd be grateful ^_^;;

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Post by Harisenbon » Tue 07.12.2005 12:18 am

「わたしも!」
Is the best way, if it's a conversation.

or

「私もりくちゃんをあいしている!」
Is also fine
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Post by Rosso » Tue 07.12.2005 1:49 am

Harisenbon wrote:
「わたしも!」
Is the best way, if it's a conversation.

or

「私もりくちゃんをあいしている!」
Is also fine


And what do those mean?

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Post by Harisenbon » Tue 07.12.2005 2:22 am

. . .

Me too

or

I love you too, Riku.

. . .

Isn't that what you were asking for?

Oops.. Sorry, should have been サーラ, Sarah...

And is your name rick? If so, your name should be リック, I believe.
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RE: Can you translate me an answer? =3

Post by Rosso » Tue 07.12.2005 2:28 am

Yeah..my name's actually Rickie..rather awkward..XD

So yeah, If I wanted to say "I love you too, Sarah" it would be?

And that "boku mo aishiteimasu" is that an approprate answer too? ...man i'm confused...o.o

EDIT: Actually...if I replace my name in "あいしてる りくちゃん!" with her name, it'd just mean "I love you Sarah" Thats probably good too..
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