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わたし、かずさのことを愛してる。

I think it means "I love Kazusa". を愛してる would be the love part but I'd like to know if I'm missing something relevant.

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This is what it means and you are not missing anything relevant.
I don't know why you thought you might be missing something relevant, but considering this is a sentence that only contains 3-4 words, there is not place for much misunderstanding.

わたし、-> I

かずさのこと -> About Kazusa

を愛してる -> Love

  • To your understanding is there a difference between I love kazusa and I love about Kazusa? – The best Feb 27 '17 at 6:30
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    only contains 3-4 words>> Hm? That sentence consists of 8 words or so, no? – Chocolate Feb 27 '17 at 6:37
  • @Thebest no, it means the same. – stack reader Feb 27 '17 at 7:07
  • @Shoko depends on how you see it. I consider 愛する as 1 word, and I don't consider の and を as words. I am aware that this is quite debatable. – stack reader Feb 27 '17 at 7:09

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