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What does the paragraph "Wish I had you" means?
For example, in a letter about breaking my knee "I wish I had you," could be in reference to needing help. Gain understanding of the phrase from the general meaning of the material surrounding it. Get clues from the context.
Can you please explain further? ... like use it in a sentence. Sorry if I ask you... since you replied I guess you could patiently answer me. Thanks.
Thank you, Sharonk123!
Now I understand... that it can be used in that sentence you said.
Can I ask again?
Correct me if I'm wrong... "Wish I had you" Phrase can also refers to a sentence like... Wish you were here beside me?
Am i correct?
I broke my knee this week. The yard is a mess and the house is so dusty. I can hardly take care of myself. I wish I had you here to help me.
I miss you so much. It scares me so to think of you so far away and in a war zone. I wish I had you in my arms, safe and sound.
Thank you, sharonk123!
I learn a lot from you. I really appreciate it.
Hope you never tired of answering my questions.
Again, thanks a lot.