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  1. #21
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    Re: All languages: I miss you

    Romanian:

    If you speak to one person:
    I miss you="Îmi lipseşti" or "Mi-e dor de tine"
    I'll miss you="O să-mi lipseşti" or "O să-mi fie dor de tine" (informal, widely used)
    "Îmi vei lipsi" or "Îmi va fi dor de tine" (formal, rarely used in speech).

    If you speak to more people:
    I miss you="Îmi lipsiţi" or "Mi-e dor de voi"
    I'll miss you="O să-mi lipsiţi" or "O să-mi fie dor de voi" (informal)
    "Îmi veţi lipsi" or "Îmi va fi dor de voi" (formal)

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    Re: All languages: I miss you

    In Basque:

    Zure falta somatzen dut

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    Re: All languages: I miss you

    Thai: (phonetically)
    Rao kidtheung ter na' -ka or -krab (-ka is for female speakers, -krab is for male speakers)

    Isan Thai: Ai kudhod tua ner' (-ka or -krab )

    Laotian:

    Khoi kuedhod chao de

  4. #24
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    Re: All languages: I miss you

    More Basque...

    Faltan zaitut
    The object zu (you) drops...as well as the subject nik (I).

  5. #25
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    Re: All languages: I miss you

    Czech:

    Chybíš mi - informal singular
    Chybíte mi - plural and formal singular

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    Re: All languages: I miss you

    Bahasa Indonesia (Indonesian) for I miss you
    Saya rindu kamu
    Saya kangen kamu
    Aku rindu kamu
    Aku kangen kamu

    for I'll miss you
    saya akan merindukanmu
    aku akan merindukanmu

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    Re: All languages: I miss you

    Scottish Gaelic

    I miss you
    Tha mi gad ionndrainn (informal) or Tha mi gur ionndrainn (formal)

    I will miss you
    Bidh mi gad ionndrainn (informal) or Bidh mi gur ionndrainn (formal)

    Kotrab

  8. #28
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    Re: All languages: I miss you

    hey, hi..
    it's a bit late , but nobody had written in russian,
    so i thought it gonna be nice-" ia po tebe skuciaiu"
    best wishes

  9. #29
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    Re: All languages: I miss you

    Norwegian: jeg savner deg.

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    Re: All languages: I miss you

    Dutch: Ik mis je.

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    Re: All languages: I miss you

    'i miss you' is the sentence 'seni özlüyorum' in turkish
    and 'i will miss you is seni özleyeceğim.
    ne kadar kötü durumda olursak olalım daha kötüsü mutlaka vardır..

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    Re: All languages: I miss you

    In Japanese I think that it is:
    あなたがいなくて寂しいです。
    Anataga inakute sabishii desu.


    (by the way could someone please tell me what なくて means here ?)

  13. #33
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    Re: All languages: I miss you

    I miss you:

    Te extraño

    I will miss you:

    Te extrañaré

    miss = extrañar

  14. #34
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    Re: All languages: I miss you

    Quote Originally Posted by demoore
    Chinese :
    I miss you : 我想念你 (wo xiangnian ni)
    I'm thinking about you : 我想你 (wo xiang ni)

    "I miss you" 我想你 or 我想念你
    both of two sentences are ok :)

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    Re: All languages: I miss you

    I miss you

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    Re: All languages: I miss you

    I miss you = Te echo de menos
    I will miss you = Te echaré de menos

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    Re: All languages: I miss you

    In Russian:
    Я скучаю по тебе (Ya skuchayu po tebe) - Sing.
    Я скучаю по вам (Ya skuchayu po vam) - Plur.; also polite.
    Anna

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    Re: All languages: I miss you

    Danish; Jeg savner dig

    Turkish; Seni özlüyorum
    » Life i$ short, In the end we die, S0 enjoy thi$ world, And let’s hiqh ¬™° «

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    Re: All languages: I miss you

    Quote Originally Posted by maud
    In Japanese I think that it is:
    あなたがいなくて寂しいです。
    Anataga inakute sabishii desu.


    (by the way could someone please tell me what なくて means here ?)
    inakute: "as [you are] not present" from "inai", negative from of "iru" (exist, for humans).

    In a romantic context, a more stronger adjective seem to be handy:
    あなたが恋しいです。
    anata-ga koishī desu.

    The adjective koishī expresses strong disatisfaction for the absence of the person or the object referred to. It was more frequently used a generation or two ago but, nowadays, its domain seems to be restricted to romance and love affairs.

    Flam

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    Re: All languages: I miss you

    Punjabi: Tusii menu bahut yaad aa rahe ho==literally...Im remembering you a lot...but "I miss you" is implied.
    Correccions en qualsevol idioma sempre són agraïdes.

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