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Re: What does 'daisuki' mean? 2017/6/22 21:47
According to my Japanese language teacher (who is originally from Japan, a native speaker) just saying 'Suki' has more emotional/romantic meaning than 'Daisuki', which is more likely to be used for familial love, like a child to a parent or something. If you were serious about wanting a romantic relationship with someone, you would just use 'Suki'. Of course, that's just one opinion and you can never really tell the intention of the speaker for sure unless you ask...
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Re: What does 'daisuki' mean? 2017/6/24 00:23
ah unfortunately we can't know more about their relationships(((
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