How do you say “Will you marry me?” in Japanese?
Today’s phrase is :
Will you marry me?
- marry ＝ 結婚する (kekkonsuru)
“してください (shitekudasai)” means “please do”.
We add “してください” after the verb when we politely ask someone to do something. And we also use it for special occasions such as marriage proposals.
*”する” disappears when the verb is followed by “してください”.
You do not need to say “あなたは (anatawa) = you” and “わたしと (watashito) = me”. In everyday conversation, we do not usually say “あなたは” or “わたしと”.
I hope you get “はい (hai) = yes” from your loved one!