How to Say “I Like Your ___” In Japanese
When you feel your friend’s bag is good, what do you usually say in Japanese? Is that “私はそのカバンをすごく素敵だと思います。”? That is not wrong, however, we don’t normally say like this. Let introduce how you correctly use them today!
Nice _____! / I like or love your _____!
“その___いいね!” means “Nice _____!” or “I like/love your _____!” which is one of the compliments. And you could put nouns into ___ such as their bags, shoes, shirts, etc. And you could also say “その___好きです! (I like your ___!)”, “その___素敵ですね! (That’s a Beautiful ___!)”, “その___イケてるね! (Dope___!)”.
It looks good/great on you.
“よく似合ってるよ” means “It looks good/great on you.” which is also one of the compliments. Before using this, you might want to compliment their belongings such as “その___いいね！よく似合ってるよ！(Nice ___. It looks good on you!)”. For instance, “その靴いいね！よく似合ってるよ。(Nice shoes. It looks good on you.）”, “そのベルトいいね！かなり似合ってるよ。(Nice belt. It looks great on you.)” and etc.
That ___ looks good/great on you.
“その___似合ってるよ” means “That ___ looks good/great on you.” which is like a combined word of “その___いいね!” and “それ似合ってるよ。” and which is also used as one of the compliments. This has been often used by native speakers. You could put nouns into ___. After using this, you might want to say your thoughts about their belongings. Additionally, although you would say “似合ってる” and “似合っている”, we normally use “似合ってる” in daily conversations and which is used as casual and polite. “似合っている” is used as casual, polite and formal.