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ある愛はどこか?あなたはただそれを見つける必要があります。 (aru ai ha doko ka? anata ha tada sore wo mitsukeru ga arimasu) is saying "Where is some love? It's simply necessary for you to find it".

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The sentence uses 或る (aru, some) and not 在る (aru, to be/to exist).

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itsu = when

itsu ka = sometimes

ii = good

koto = event

aru = exists/occurs (for non-living things)

Itsu ka ii koto aru = Sometimes good things happen.

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あなたはこれを理解することはできません (anata wa kore o rikai suru koto wa dekimasen) literally means "you aren't able to understand this" in Japanese. However, this sentence wouldn't commonly be uttered by a native speaker as it sounds quite unnatural.

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Literally : The necessity that you do that, exists

Naturally: You're required to do that, I/We need you to do that. (perform some task, etc).

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