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    "I Miss you so Badly"

    "I Miss You so badly" is this correct?..

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    Re: "I Miss you so Badly"

    Yes, it is quite correct. It is equivalent to "I miss you so much."
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    Re: "I Miss you so Badly"

    There is no need to capitalise 'miss you'.

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