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You made me miss you. Don't make me miss you. They're OK? Or what would you say?
3 de Fev de 2012 às 03:05
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'I missed you' or 'I am going to miss you'. The ones you have used are not used and are not okay regardless of the fact that they are grammatically correct.
3 de Fevereiro de 2012
I have not heard these terms. People say "You made me love you." You could say, "Don't miss me too much when I'm away" in a joking manner.
3 de Fevereiro de 2012
Since the grammar in all is correct, I discuss the use of each. "Don't make me miss you." a rarely heard instruction. "you" must be a charming, nice person. If I like the person, I will miss when the person is absent. "Don't make me miss you" is like saying "Don't make me like you much." It's a joke really.. Of course I want to like the person. "You made me miss you" . I have said this. Imagine this conversation A "I missed you dear" B "Why do you miss me?" A "You made me miss you" .. A thinks B is so nice. A likes B, so if B is gone, A misses B.
3 de Fevereiro de 2012
I beg your pardon but What's your question?
3 de Fevereiro de 2012
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