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Question to Teacher: How do you say "You are in my heart"?
Course 2 Lesson 1: Tama's Bed (Grammar)
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Post Date: 2014-02-15 13:23:10
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2013 Dec 28
When your telling someone what your feelings are or whats on your mind, would you use arimasu or imasu?
And also, would you still use the particle ni as the location marker when saying (for example) "your in my heart"??
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JFZ Teacher (Kanako)
Post Date: 2014-03-01 20:32:22
2003 Mar 03
If I translate the expression "You are in my heart" into Japanese, it would be...
あなたは わたしの こころに います。(ANATA WA WATASHI NO KOKORO NI IMASU)
Yes, you can use IMASU and the particle NI in the expression.
However, Japanese people don't really say that in daily conversation. It sounds more natural if you say...
いつも あなたのことを おもっています。(ITSUMO ANATA NO KOTO O OMOTTEIMASU)
= I am always thinking about you.
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