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    garmmer check

    please tell me is my sentence correct.
    I love you. I am your affectionate.

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    Re: garmmer check

    I'm not sure, but I don't think so.
    Affectionate is an adjective, meaning that must be followed by a noun or a preposition
    I suggest that you say:
    I am very affectionate toward you.

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    Re: garmmer check

    How about spell check for "garmmer", but I agree w/F.S.'s alternative however, having said "I love you", I really don't think it necessary to follow with "I am very affectionate toward you".

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