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I want to kiss you in Japanese πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅

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I want to kiss you γ‚γŸγ— は あγͺた に γ‚­γ‚Ή γ‚’ γ—γŸγ„ です。
How to say “I want to kiss you” in Japanese? “γ‚γŸγ— は あγͺた に γ‚­γ‚Ή γ‚’ γ—γŸγ„ です。”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “γ‚γŸγ— は あγͺた に γ‚­γ‚Ή γ‚’ γ—γŸγ„ です。” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on I want to kiss you in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Sentence info.

γ‚γŸγ— (watashi) – "I" (the subject)
は (wa) – Topic marker, indicating "watashi" is the topic.
あγͺた (anata) – "you" (the object)
に (ni) – Particle indicating the direction or target of the action.
γ‚­γ‚Ή (kisu) – "kiss" (borrowed from English, "kiss")
γ‚’ (o) – Object marker, indicating "kisu" is the object.
γ—γŸγ„γ§γ™ (ai desu) – "want to do" (derived from "suru" meaning "to do"; "ai" is the form for expressing desire, and "desu" adds politeness).

To remember this sentence, consider breaking it into chunks:
1. γ‚γŸγ— は (watashi wa) – "I (topic)"
2. あγͺた に (anata ni) – "to you"
3. γ‚­γ‚Ή γ‚’ (kisu o) – "kiss (object)"
4. γ—γŸγ„ です (ai desu) – "want to do"

Alternate ways to say "I want to kiss you":
1. あγͺγŸγ«γ‚­γ‚Ήγ—γŸγ„γ€‚
Romanized: anata ni kisu ai.

2. ε›γ«γ‚­γ‚Ήγ‚’γ—γŸγ„γ§γ™γ€‚
Romanized: kimi ni kisu o ai desu.
(君 – kimi is a more casual way to say "you" often used with close friends or significant others.)

3. あγͺたに口γ₯γ‘γ‚’γ—γŸγ„γ§γ™γ€‚
Romanized: anata ni kuchizuke o ai desu.
(口γ₯け – kuchizuke is a more traditional or poetic term for "kiss.")

4. ε›γ«γ‘γ‚…γƒΌγ—γŸγ„γ€‚
Romanized: kimi ni chu-ai.
(けゅー – chu is a cute or informal way of saying "kiss" often used among couples or in a playful context.)

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