I miss you

  • Funday

    New Member
    Bulgaria/Bulgarian
    Hello from me, too :)

    In Bulgarian:
    1]- I miss you: Липсваш ми (cyrillic)/ "Lipsvash mi"
    2]- I will miss you: Ще ми липсваш / "Shte mi lipsvash"

    Plural:
    1]- Липсвате ми / "Lipsvate mi"
    2]- Ще ми липсвате / "Shte mi lipsvate"
     

    Ephebus

    New Member
    English -USA
    Portuguese
    I miss you = Eu Tô com saudade (de você)/Tenho saudades de você/ Tenho saudades de ti/ Estou com saudades/ Sinto sua falta/ Sinto falta de ti/ Sinto saudades de você

    I'll miss you = Eu Vou sentir sua falta/ Sentirei sua falta/ Ficarei com saudades/ Eu Vou ficar com saudades/ Vou ter saudades/ Terei saudades

    I missed u! = Tava com saudades/ Fiquei com saudade/ Senti sua falta/ Tive saudades

    French: Tu me manques
    Spanish: Te extraño, Te echo de menos, me haces (mucha) falta
    Italian: Mi manchi (molto) or Mi manchi (tanto)
    Romanian: Imi e dor de tine or Mi-e dor de tine
     

    prtzllife

    Member
    English (US)
    In Korean: 보고십어(요) Bo-Go-ship-uh. (yo) <--that's for formal.
    Watch your 종성 (coda) there in the third syllable. It should be:
    (inf) 보고 싶어. (fr) 보고 싶어요. /bogo shipeoyo/, /pogo ɕipʰʌjo/

    And to answer the other part of the question for the future, I will miss you:
    (inf) 보고 싶겠어. (f) 보고 싶겠어요. /bogo shipggesseoyo/, /pogo ɕipk͈es͈ʌjo/

    I'd just like a native speaker to confirm that please ;)
     

    falloutboyz

    New Member
    korean
    1.보고싶어요
    2.보고싶습니다
    3.보고파요

    These all mean "I miss you" in Korean.
    I hope it helps! :)
     
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    בעל-חלומות

    Senior Member
    ישראל, עברית
    In Hebrew it depends on who is talking with who.
    -a man to a woman - אני מתגעגע אליך (ani mitga'age'a elaich)
    -a man to a man - אני מתגעגע אליך (ani mitga'age'a elecha)
    -a man to more than one man - אני מתגעגע אליכם (...elechem)
    -a man to a group of women - אני מתגעגע אליכן (...elechen)

    For a woman it's the same except the מתגעגע turns into מתגעגעת.
     

    Kriimu

    New Member
    Estonian/Eesti
    In case anyone's still following this post, here's how it would be in Estonian (singular form):

    I miss you = ma tunnen sinust/sust puudust (I feel the lack of you)
    or: ma igatsen su järele (I long for you)

    I will miss you = ma hakkan sinust/sust puudust tundma
    or: ma hakkan su järele igatsema

    Cheers!
     

    jhEn20

    New Member
    english
    Hi.
    I'm Jennifer.

    Uhhmmm...
    How do you say "I will miss you all" in any language?

    Thanks
     
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    prinzessincoco

    New Member
    Indonesian
    I asked a few of my friends this question a few days ago, so here's I miss you in some local languages of Indonesia :)

    Simalungunese: siholan ahu bam(u)
    Javanese: Aku kangen marang sliramu
    Manadonese: kangen sekali pa ngana
    Ambonese: beta rindu ale!
    Bataknese: malungun ahu tu ho
     

    vandad

    Senior Member
    Persian
    Spanish: Te extraño
    Farsi: Muh pushtit dict shudaym
    Muh pushtit zyot hufuh shudaym.
    Dict darum.

    Bien

    Bien
    This is a Dari(a different dialect of Farsi) equivalent of "I miss you".
    In Farsi it's said:Delam barat tang shodeh.(singular)
    Delam baratun tang shodeh.(plural)
     

    Hutschi

    Senior Member
    German:
    familiar, informal:
    Ich vermisse dich. Ich habe Sehnsucht nach dir. Ich sehne mich nach dir.

    Future: Ich werde dich vermissen. Ich werde mich bestimmt nach dir sehnen.

    Polite formal form, example colleague:

    Ich vermisse Sie.
    Ich werde Sie vermissen.
    Ich sehne mich nach Ihnen.

    Plural, informal, example parents:
    Ich vermisse Euch. Ich habe (große) Sehnsucht nach Euch. Ich sehne mich (sehr) nach Euch.
    Ich werde (große) Sehnsucht nach Euch haben.
     
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    outerspace

    New Member
    english-american
    cool.. good alternative..
    Isn't there like a really short way of saying it?
    Literally that means "I am feeling your absence"
    hmm.. interesting.

    oh by the way, if it's a female speaker, it'd be changed slightly to:
    I miss you = Mein tumhari kami mahsooz kar rahee hoon
    I will miss you = Mein tumhari kami mahsooz karoongee
    ;)


    here's a short way, and the only way that I learned from my host family:

    main aapko miss karti/a hoon :)
    but also
    main aapko yaad karti/a hoon
    मैं आपको याद करती/करता हूँ

    i'm also under the impression that yaad karna means to remember? so saying "main aapko yaad karungi" means i will remember you as well as i will miss you
     
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