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Q: What is the meaning of watashi no fan de ite kurete arigato in English?
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You may say something like 'addo shite kurete arigato gozaimasu'.

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日本に興味を持ってくれてありがとう (nihon ni kyoumi o motte kurete arigatou) - "Thank you for having an interest in Japan."あなたといつか会える日を楽しみにしてる (anata to itsuka aeru hi o tanoshimi ni shiteru yo) - "I look forward to the day I meet you." かわいいでつながろう (kawaii de tsunagarou) - This doesn't make sense. Perhaps you read 'kawaii' wrong? If, for example, the word 'Facebook' was in the place of 'kawaii', the sentence would mean something like "let's get connect through Facebook".

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