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好き, すき

  • suki


adjectival nouns or quasi-adjectives (keiyodoshi), noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • liking
  • fondness
  • love

Examples of 好き,すき in a Sentence

Do you like cake? "Yes, I do."
My father is a great traveler.
I don't really like the mall stores.
Do you like French literature?
Which drama series do you like best?
I like summer, but I can't stand the heat.
She said 'I love you' to me.
For me, I like this better.
I like to see a gymnast do the giant swing on the high bar.
I like a solitary walk.

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