Da yo (だよ) means "am I right?"
Daisuki dayo means "you love --- right?" (Not enough context to say who.)
I believe aisheteru is a little more serious and means "I'm in love" it's not usually used when saying you love someone. It's too serious (embarrassing) to say.
"Anata koto wa Suki nanda." Means, literally "you are the sort of person I like." (Not love).
"Kimi" is very informal. Only used when you're close with that person. "I like you pal!" Probably used when saying you "like like" someone you're friends with. But again, not love.
What's the difference between "daisuki" and "aisheteru"?
Also is there a difference between "daisuki" and "daisuki dayo"? And why is it that sometimes in an anime, when someone confesses, he/she would say, "kimi ga suki" or "anata kotowa suki nanda" (if i'm not mistaken) and not "daisuki" or "aisheteru"?
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