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    I SOMEONE SAYS I MISS YOU CAN I REPLY "I TOO"

    I SOMEONE SAYS "I MISS YOU" CAN I REPLY "I TOO"

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    Re: I SOMEONE SAYS I MISS YOU CAN I REPLY "I TOO"

    Welcome to UsingEnglish, habjan.

    Please don't post all in capital letters. It's the online equivalent of shouting. Please edit your post using correct capitalization and punctuation.
    I am not a teacher.

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    Re: I SOMEONE SAYS I MISS YOU CAN I REPLY "I TOO"

    No- you could use I miss you too/so do I/I do too/me too.

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