What’s the different “I missed talking to you” and “I miss talking to you”?

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What’s the difference in “I missed talking to you” and “I miss talking to you”?

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4 Answers

  • I missed talking to you is when you meet up with somebody and you start talking again.

    I miss talking to you is when you never talk to a person and you still don’t and they miss it. If that makes any sense.

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  • I Miss Talking To You

  • “I missed talking to you.” Two possibilities for this one. #1 being that ‘missed’ in this case could be a past tense verb. Meaning in the past they missed talking to you(emotionally speaking) OR they missed talking to you because they were busy for whatever reasons. And may now plan to correct this and speak with you now.

    “I miss talking to you.” Pretty much only one explanation for this one. They simply miss talking with you and have not been able to for whatever reasons ; work,family obligations,sick etc.

  • “I missed talking to you” is in the past tense. So the subject no longer misses the “you.”

    “I miss talking to you” is in the present/present continuance. The subject still misses the “you.”

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