|How do you say||in Japanese?|
「亀が好きだ！」（かめ・が・すき・だ） "ka-meh-gah-skii-da" I like turtles! Actually, there is no subject in this sentence and shows the phenomenon called Zero-ga, where an unstated subject is inferred by context in Japanese. A more accurate rendering into English is "Zero likes turtles!" and Zero can be oneself, thanks to the flexibility of Subject attribution in Japanese. "Kah-meh-gah-skii-da!" "Zero likes turtles / I like turtles!"