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    Default I miss you so much.

    Sinse "miss" is defined as "feel regret at the present of", how can one say "I miss you so much." face to face to another?

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    Default Re: I miss you so much.

    Quote Originally Posted by sharguar
    Sinse "miss" is defined as "feel regret at the present of", how can one say "I miss you so much." face to face to another?
    Miss:

    is defined as to feel or suffer from the lack of: "He misses his mother."

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    If you're with the person, it might be better to say 'I've missed\I missed you so much.' However, if they are frequently away, then the present simple could be used.

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    I must have missed this thread. :D

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    We didn't miss your missing it.

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    I'm not missed.

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