ASK A QUESTION How can I say," I wish I were there with you(plural)" in Spanish?
I would like to say this sentences to my close friends that lives far away from me.
"wish I were there with you"
I would like to say this sentences to my close friends that lives far away from me. "wish I were there with you"
- = Quisiera poder estar con Uds
= I would like to be able to be there with you (polite form)
2 Ojalá podría estar con Uds = If only I could be there with you**
3 **Me gustaría estar con Uds ** I would like to be there with you (lit it would be pleasing to me to be with you)
(The word there = meaning present is not always translated in Spanish ..In this context it is implied by the words with you )
This is what our machine translator likes:
Deseo poder estar allí con vosotros.
I wish I could be there with you.
Seems odd, but since there is no subject change "Espero que esté/estuviera..." seems incorrect.
I'm sure that a native can tell you what phrase is normally used.
This article favors using quisiera.
Quisiera estar allí con vosotros.
Deseo que estuviera allí con ustedes would work well. I think at least