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Won’t you hug me? in Japanese πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅

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Won’t you hug me? あγͺた は γ‚γŸγ— に だきしめて γγ‚ŒγΎγ›γ‚“ γ‹οΌŸ
How to say “Won’t you hug me?” in Japanese? “あγͺた は γ‚γŸγ— に だきしめて γγ‚ŒγΎγ›γ‚“ γ‹οΌŸ”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “あγͺた は γ‚γŸγ— に だきしめて γγ‚ŒγΎγ›γ‚“ γ‹οΌŸ” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on Won’t you hug me? in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Sentence info.


あγͺた (anata): This means "you."
は (wa): This is the topic marker. It indicates that "you" is the topic of the sentence.
γ‚γŸγ— (watashi): This means "I" or "me."
に (ni): This is a particle indicating the direction of the action, which in this case is towards "me."
だきしめて (dakishimete): This is the te-form of the verb "だきしめる (dakishimeru)," which means "to hug" or "to embrace."
γγ‚ŒγΎγ›γ‚“ (kuremasen): This is the negative polite form of "γγ‚Œγ‚‹ (kureru)," which means "to give" in a sense used when someone does something for you. In this negative question form, it translates to "won't you?"

Romanized Characters:
"Anata wa watashi ni dakishimete kuremasen ka?"

Tips to Remember:
1. Practice verbs: "だきしめる (dakishimeru)" – To embrace/hug. Remember the conjugation: "だきしめて (dakishimete)" is the te-form.
2. Particles: "に (ni)" often indicates the direction towards which an action is directed (in this case, towards "me").
3. Politeness level: "γγ‚Œγ‚‹ (kureru)" is used when someone performs an action for the speaker's benefit.

Alternate ways to say "Won’t you hug me?":
1. ζŠ±γγ—γ‚γ¦γγ‚Œγͺγ„οΌŸ (だきしめて γγ‚Œγͺγ„οΌŸ) – Dakishimete kurenai?
– This is more casual and less formal.

2. ζŠ±γγ—γ‚γ¦γγ‚Œγ‚‹οΌŸ (だきしめて γγ‚Œγ‚‹οΌŸ) – Dakishimete kureru?
– This is also casual and more direct.

3. ζŠ±γγ—γ‚γ¦γ„γŸγ γ‘γΎγ›γ‚“γ‹οΌŸ (だきしめて γ„γŸγ γ‘γΎγ›γ‚“ γ‹οΌŸ) – Dakishimete itadakemasen ka?
– This is very polite. "γ„γŸγ γ‘γΎγ›γ‚“ (itadakemasen)" is the humble form of "もらう (morau)" which means "to receive."

Each variation changes the level of formality and politeness, catering to different contexts and relationships.

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