How to say dating in japanese
好きです。 (すきです。) I like you.大好きです。 (だいすきです。) I love you.好き (literally: three-word phrase, when said with sincerity both 好きです and 大好きです can be just as powerful as “I love you.” Speaking of love though, you’ll probably be needing the next word on the list…愛 (あい) Love Using this vocabulary word, there are two more formal ways that you can say love:愛しています (あいしています)愛してる (あいしてる)These are both ways to literally say “I love you,” however they’re used far less often than 好きです or 大好きです.
You probably won’t see the same outward affection in Japan (especially in public), but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist!
” So at first, I thought it was a bit of a funny question. In Japanese, however, But is confessing your feelings or asking someone to date just you and no one else really a Japan-only thing?
I mean, we do that in western countries too, right? A survey by Japanese website My Navi News attempted to get to the bottom of this question, asking non-Japanese people the question: “In your country, do you (confess your feelings, tell someone you like them) before going out with someone?
Let’s be honest, what may seem really romantic in a movie or your favorite drama might be a little cheesy in real life.
Similarly, there are some ways to confess your love that haven’t been used since our great grandparents said their “I do’s.”To confess to someone is 告白する (こくはくする) while to be confessed to is 告白される (こくはくされる).
At least we’ll prepared when we finally meet our 白馬の王子様 (はくばのおうじさま – prince on a white horse) or 大和撫子 (やまとなでしこ – an idealized type of Japanese woman).