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how do you say 'i will miss you' in japanese?

For learning: Japanese
Base language: English
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    unfortunately no word(or phrase) is same meaning with "I'll miss you" in Japanese...

    cuz "Ill miss you " means "I'll feel lonely cuz u are not here" or "I wanna see you" or "I wanna feel you " or ,,,like that right??

    ( Im sorry , firstly Im not good at English)

    I miss you nearly equal 我想你。

    but we Japanese dont have that kind of expression.
    so we choose those expression depending on situation.

    "I'll feel lonely cuz u are not here"
    anata ga inakute sabisii desu.
    あながいなくてさびしいです。

    "I wanna see you"
    anata ni aitai desu.
    あなたにあいたいです。

    etc.....

    あなたがいなくてさびしいです。

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    I'll miss you.
    (あなたがいなくなると)さびしくなります。
    The person is just about to leave, but not gone yet.

    I miss you.
    (あなたがいなくて)さびしいです。
    The person is already gone.

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