How to say “I love you more than I can say. ” in Japanese?

I love you more than I can say

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Please also give romaji. I can read hiragana and Katakana, also some kanji, but if you can, translate into romaji. πŸ˜€ Thanks!

 

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η§γ―θ¨€γˆγ‚Œγ‚‹γ‚ˆγ‚Šγ‚‚ε€§ε₯½γγ§γ™γ€‚
watashi wa iereru yori mo daisuki desu.

η§γ―θ¨€γ†γ“γ¨γŒε‡Ίζ₯γ‚‹γ‚ˆγ‚Šζ„›γ—γ¦γ„γΎγ™γ€‚
watashi wa iu koto ga dekiru yori aishiteimasu.

watashi — i,me

wa — topic particle, (when used as not as particle, is pronounced as β€œha”)

iereru — protential form of β€œiu” meaning, — to say, — to tell

iu — see above.

koto — generic noun for β€˜event’, β€˜matter’, β€˜circumstances’.

ga — subject particle

dekiru — β€œcan” / ability to do something; for instance ; β€œcan” eat. potential form of a word can be see as embedded this word inside.

yori — more, than, from out of, since, other than, except, but.

mo — too, also

daisuki — like very much; love

aishiteimasu — ~masu/polite form of β€˜aishiteiru’, which is a present-progressive form of β€˜ai’, — love.

desu — to be, is

Note: on the second sentence, the β€˜daisuki desu’ and β€˜aishiteimasu’ is interchangable. same case for the β€˜koto’ with the β€˜no’.

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  1. AssassinWarrior 16 July, 2011

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