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    Sorry, I don't know how to title my below queries!

    Dear,


    There is a sentence (I really like the people in Toronto ,But I miss my friends and family back home). in condition the speaker is in Toronto.

    My questions:
    1- Do the clause I miss my friend and family back home is corret with English grammer ? If it is correct how can we use Miss somebody back home ?

    2- Base on the whole sentence, do the clause but i miss my friend and family back home mean I hat or dont like friend and family or not ?


    Thank you inadvance for all your answers.


    Kind regards,
    MingQiang

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    Re: Sorry, I don't know how to title my below queries!

    Ex: I really like the people in Toronto, but I miss my friends and family [who are] back home.


    Hello Ming Qiang

    In that context, the verb miss means to feel the absence or loss of someone.

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