Language and dating
You also value time alone with your companion because bringing him or her around your friends impedes your relaxation as you spend the entire time worrying what your companion will say to embarrass you.When the two of you are alone, you do best engaging in quiet activities like binge-watching Netflix and eating snacks rather than engaging in extended conversation, which only stands to highlight the cavernous gap between how you both see the world.
Though one of the most popular phrases in any language is “I love you”, Japanese rarely express their love in words.
Gone are the days of being picked up at 7pm and taken to a bowling alley, these days it's all about swiping and happy hours.
And you need to know the lingo to stand a chance in today’s cut-throat dating game.
Some Japanese have never used the word “aishite imasu” in their life!
When they do put their feelings into words, it is generally preferred to use the phrase “suki desu.” Learning a language is a complex process that is different for each individual based on several different factors.