watashi wa kawaii desu ne. i am cute i am cute.watashi wa kawaii desu.i am cute.
“Watashi wa” (I) means “I am” in Japanese. Watashi Wa.
”Kawaii desu yo” is an emphasis. So it’s like, “No! It’s cute!” or “Look! It’s really cute!”
Although Google Translate would literally translate the English phrase “I love you” as “Watashi wa anata o ai shiteimasu, I love you”, watashi means “I” and anata means “you”, “ This is a very stiff, cluttered way of expressing your love in Japanese.
kawaii = cute, sugoi is like extreme or extreme. desu = yes (after Suiseiseki’s translation of “desu desu” as “yes yes”)
1. Kowai or “creepy“
Desu is a polite Japanese conjunctive verb meaning “to be” and other forms of the verb. Western anime and manga fans sometimes add it at the end of sentences to sound cute and imitate Japanese.
During this time one can say: “Watashi wa (name) desu. (私は (name) です。)” This means “My name is (name)”. after that, one can proceed to provide other information about oneself.
In formal or polite contexts, “watashi” is gender neutral. However, when used in informal or casual contexts, it is usually perceived as feminine. ” Boku is used by men and boys.
The phrase “kawaii desu” (可愛いです) means something is cute. Because spoken Japanese typically omits the subject of a sentence, exactly what is described as cute must be understood from the context. It could be a cute puppy, a cute house, or someone might even call you cute.
5 9 1000, Well I’m Japanese and I say “Arigatogozaimasu!” when someone says “kawaii” or compliments me in Japanese, and a lot of my friends do the same. I see this all the time on Japanese TV. If that doesn’t feel right to you, there’s always this English expression: “I’m flattered.” or “You flatter me.”
DESU YO NE) = That is correct. / I thought so.ですよね is usually used when telling someone that you agree with them. You know (sort of) what they’re going to say, but you ask anyway, just to be sure.
Please go out with me. (suki desu. tsuki atte kudasai), meaning “I like you. Go out with me, please.” You can also say “I love you” (aishiteru) for “I love you,” but be careful not to overuse it.
finally, I like /’suki desu’ means to love, or I like /’suki da’, or I like /’suki’ in the familiar form. You can add a capital /’. dai ‘before’ suki’ to really mean it, which gives us I love you /’daisuki desu’.
It means “Do you love me/do you like me a lot?“