I thought you can't use "aku" after a word to tell who owns it, just "-ku" or "saya"?
Does it mean "İ love my computer more than İ love you" or "İ love my computer more then you do"? Or can it mean both?
It means "I love my computer more than (I love) you"
Because, why do you have to love someone's computer? Lmao
Why must you use aku in this sentence?
You don't have to. But it's rather insulting, so you probably should use the less formal "aku"
Can you say, "Aku cinta komputer aku lebih dari kamu"?
"Aku lebih cinta komputerku darimu" not accepted, reported!