I miss you so much.

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sharguar

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Sinse "miss" is defined as "feel regret at the present of", how can one say "I miss you so much." face to face to another?
 

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sharguar said:
Sinse "miss" is defined as "feel regret at the present of", how can one say "I miss you so much." face to face to another?

Miss:

is defined as to feel or suffer from the lack of: "He misses his mother."
 

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If you're with the person, it might be better to say 'I've missed\I missed you so much.' However, if they are frequently away, then the present simple could be used. ;-)
 

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We didn't miss your missing it.;-)
 
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