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anata no koto, watashi no hoshi 2017/11/26 21:02
what is the meaning of ''anata no koto, watashi no hoshi''? thank yo
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Re: anata no koto, watashi no hoshi 2017/11/27 10:37
It is not quite a full sentence; was it said/written by a Japanese speaker? - my "wild" guess is that it is either:

- I consider you my star [anata no koto, watashi no hoshi (to omotte imasu)]
or
- I want you [anata no koto, watashi WA hoshiI]
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Re: anata no koto, watashi no hoshi 2017/11/30 07:55
maybe it means: what belongs to you, i want to have.
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Re: anata no koto, watashi no hoshi 2017/11/30 15:54
There is a difference between hoshi = ほし = 星 = star and hoshii = ほしい = 欲しい = to want, to desire.
Have a look at the book where you read this sentence, because that one additional “I” changes the meaning completely.
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Thank you very much! 2017/11/30 17:51
Actually i didn’t read this sentences.. i was said to me, or rather taught to me by someone who’s been to japan.. i guess he didn’t mention that additional “i” in “hoshii”..

Thank you for your kind answer.. i really appreciate it.. I’m really grateful..

Arigato Gozaimasu!! (If i wrote it correctly)
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