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    Will and will be

    Hi, what is the difference between: I'll miss you and I'll be missing you? Thanks

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    Re: Will and will be

    Quote Originally Posted by vredes View Post
    Hi, what is the difference between: I'll miss you and I'll be missing you? Thanks
    "I'll miss you when you go away, I'll be missing you every day".

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    Re: Will and will be

    What about 'I'm going to miss you'? Are there any differences between those three? Which one is most likely to be used by native speaker?

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    Re: Will and will be

    Quote Originally Posted by vredes View Post
    What about 'I'm going to miss you'? Are there any differences between those three? Which one is most likely to be used by native speaker?
    "I will miss you when you go" and "I'm going to miss you when you go", have the same meaning. I would most likely use "I will miss you..."

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