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    #1

    Question feeling of missing home

    Is that correct to say:

    I look at this photo with a deep feeling of missing the beloved home.

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    Re: feeling of missing home

    I would say 'homesickness' or 'homesick'.

    "I look at this photo with a deep sense of homesickness."
    "Looking at this photo makes me homesick."

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    Re: feeling of missing home

    I like your second far more than the first. "A deep sense of homesickness" is not very natural for me.

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