What is correct I miss or missed?

What is correct I miss or missed?

What is correct I miss or missed?

'I miss you' is in the present tense i.e you are currently missing that person for example say your sister is abroad you would then tell your friend that you miss your sister while 'I missed you' is in the past tense which means you missed that person but now you no longer miss them for example your boyfriend comes ... AP

Is I've missed you correct?

"I missed you." "I've missed you." Both could be used and both are correct even in that situation.Bah AP

How do you use missed in a sentence?

Missed sentence example

  1. I must have missed them. ...
  2. I never realized how much I missed nature. ...
  3. She missed them and was sorry not to have seen the parade. ...
  4. At first she had thought he tried, but there was no missed call – no message. ...
  5. Why didn't Quinn come back when he saw Martha missed her connection?
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How I missed Meaning?

In English we say "How I've missed you!" It does mean "I've missed you a lot!" I'm not sure if it's old. I can imagine hearing it nowadays.Khor AP

What does I have missed you mean?

I've missed you = I have missed you(present perfect). This you would say when you miss someone from the time they left until now. I missed you(simple past) = You missed that person while they were away, but they returned, so now you don't miss them anymore.A AP

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