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hi

which one of the following is correct

1- I miss you already

2- I missed you already

and if both are correct , could you tell me when to use each

thanks
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Both are correct.

1. refers to the present - I miss you already (now)

2. refers to the past - I missed you already (at some point in the past)
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Use the word I miss you when you are seperated.

Use the word I missed you when you are together.

hmmm... actually both are correct Emotion: smile

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Both are correct.

Use the word I miss you when you are seperated.
Use the word I missed you when you are together.

Both are correct.

Use the word I miss you when you are seperated.
Use the word I missed you when you are together.

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Owens OoiUse the word I missed you when you are together.

Not really. You can have missed someone you still miss.

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It won't. There is a lot wrong there.

Owens Ooiseperated

There's always a rat in "separate". Emotion: wink

CJ

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