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I want you to know//understand it in Japanese πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅

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I want you to know//understand it わかって ほしい。
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わかって ほしい
わかって (wakatte): This is the て-form (te-form) of the verb わかる (wakaru), which means "to understand" or "to know." The て-form is used to connect to other forms and often to express desires or requests.
ほしい (hoshii): This is an adjective meaning "to want." In this case, it expresses the speaker's desire for someone else to do something.

So, "わかって ほしい" means "I want you to understand."

Tips to Remember:
1. て-form + ほしい: To express wanting someone else to do something, you use the て-form of a verb followed by ほしい.
2. わかる: Remember that "わかる" means "to understand" or "to know." Just put it in the て-form to connect it with ほしい.

Alternate Ways to Say "I want you to know/understand it":

1. 理解してほしい (rikai e hoshii)
理解する (rikai suru) means β€œto understand.”
理解してほしい: "I want you to understand."

2. ηŸ₯ってほしい (te hoshii)
ηŸ₯γ‚‹ (shiru) means β€œto know.”
ηŸ₯ってほしい: "I want you to know."

3. εˆ†γ‹γ£γ¦γ‚‚γ‚‰γ„γŸγ„ (wakatte moraitai)
γ‚‚γ‚‰γ„γŸγ„ (moraitai) is another way to say "I want you to" which uses the formal form もらう (morau).
εˆ†γ‹γ£γ¦γ‚‚γ‚‰γ„γŸγ„: "I'd like you to understand."

4. η†θ§£γ—γ¦γ‚‚γ‚‰γ„γŸγ„ (rikai e moraitai)
– Same as above, but using 理解する.
η†θ§£γ—γ¦γ‚‚γ‚‰γ„γŸγ„: "I'd like you to understand."

5. 伝わってほしい (tsutawatte hoshii)
伝わる (tsutawaru) means β€œto be conveyed” or β€œto be understood.”
伝わってほしい: "I want it to be conveyed/understood."

Each of these variations uses a different verb to convey a slightly different nuance of "understanding" or "knowing."

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