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    Verb "miss"

    Hello.

    I have a problem with understanding verb "miss".
    I will try explain my problem.

    For example the first sentence is :
    "My grandmother has died."
    What is next correct sentence?

    a) "I miss her."
    or
    b) "She miss me."

    In my opinion, correct is a) - but I am not sure.


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    Quote Originally Posted by vitazach View Post
    Hello.

    I have a problem with understanding verb "miss".
    I will try explain my problem.

    For example the first sentence is :
    "My grandmother has died."
    What is next correct sentence?

    a) "I miss her."
    or
    b) "She miss me."

    In my opinion, correct is a) - but I am not sure.


    --Vita--
    Yes, you're right. You first sentence is correct.

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    Re: Verb "miss"

    Welcome to the forum, vitazach.

    You are right. . . a) is correct.

    By the way, the correct form of the verb for b) would be 'She misses me', but that does not work in this context.

    Rover

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    Re: Verb "miss"

    Thank you.

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    Re: Verb "miss"

    I have unlocked the thread- what happens if someone wants to continue the topic? Threads lock automatically after a period of time without new posts.

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