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"Yo también te extraño" - what does this mean?

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I miss you too.

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In Spain It is more common to say: "Te hecho de menos también" or "Yo también te hecho de menos".It would be the best translation

hechar de menos=to miss somebody

hechar de menos when refer to something has slightly diferent meaning:

Hecho de menos las llaves de mi coche=You think you are missing you carkeys.

This could be a little obscure, I know

  • It depends on where you are speaking. Te extraño is most common in Mexico. - aloshek Jan 27, 2010 flag
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