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someone had told me that in a sentence, and i had heard that it means, "i miss you"

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  • Bienvenida al foro. Welcome to the forum. - 0074b507 Mar 23, 2010 flag

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And I already miss you.

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te extraño means I miss you.

The ya can be translated as already or now.

So it's either and I already miss you or and I miss you now.

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... and I miss you already.

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