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What is lesson in japanese?

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Talking about love in Japan is not limited to how to say "I love you" and there are a number of words and expressions that are useful to you.

(suki) (koi) (ai) . Why do the Japanese have different words for love? Each of them has a different love situation.

First, suki ().

This can be used in a different way than the other three. It is similar to "like" in English and expresses more affection than love.

It can be used with friends and couples.

When expressing a deeper and more passionate love, we usually feel it at the beginning of a relationship.

If you are worried that a loved one is no longer around, or you have a deep desire to be loved in return, it is all like "koi".

Ai is a deep love that has been developed over time. As we can read on the Mine blog, it is when you tame a person that you will get the results you want. The people created links. "Oh!"

It's when you give love, instead of just loving the positive side, that it's possible to appreciate someone's failures. It is a more responsible love, while the koi has a more lively and wilder side.

Finally, "ren ai"

The transition from "koi" to "ai" is reflected in this combination. The person or persons feel the desire to anchor their love and relationship even though they are passionate. When you fall in love, it's all about the love and feeling.

"I love you" in Japanese is rare and is reserved for very special occasions.

There are many ways to say "I love you". Each one is used in a specific situation.

How can we communicate our feelings in Japanese?

If you want to make a statement, be brave with both hands, and make sure you are safe from the eyes of others. Tsuki atte kudasai means "I love you" Please come with me. No one is forcing you to follow that formula.

If someone tells you their feelings, your statement will be very similar to that.

If it is not abused, it is generally acceptable to say (suki) or (daisuki). You might want to reserve for special occasions.

The best way to make a Japanese person understand that you have feelings for him is to remain silent and just show your love through gestures.

A simple thank you can be worth thousands of dollars.

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