Miss You

17:08 Jul 4, 2000
English to French translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: Miss You
What is "I miss you" in French. If their are more than one way, like some are feminine or masculine and what you say to a boyfriend or a regular friend or family member. If their are things like that please specify. Thankyou!
Kelcey Marie

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naTu me manques
sylvieu (X)
naJe m'ennuis de toi (OR vous)
Dr Claudio De Marchi
natu me manques / vous me manquez
na"Tu me manques."



17 mins
"Tu me manques."

Since you referred to family member or someone close to you, it is acceptable to use the above translation. Hope this translation will help you out!

C'est un plaisir! (My pleasure!)

    Allen at www.letspeak.com
United States
Local time: 01:30
Native speaker of: Native in Haitian-CreoleHaitian-Creole
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5 hrs
tu me manques / vous me manquez

There are not really different ways to say it. The only difference I see is :

If you are on first-name terms with someone you say : Tu me manques.

If you are not or you are talking to more than one person (for example both your parents), it's : vous me manquez.



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11 hrs
Je m'ennuis de toi (OR vous)

In French that means:
I'm so borrowed you are not besides me
That's really heart-breaking!

Dr Claudio De Marchi
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2 days 12 hrs
Tu me manques

Vous me manquez, polite way for somebody to whom you say "vous".

You could also say in a slightly more colloquial way: Je m'ennuie de toi ou de vous.

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