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How to Say "I Miss You" in Spanish

How to Say "I Miss You" in Spanish

Quick Answer

I miss you. = Te extraño.  or Te echo de menos. 

Te extraño is the most common way to say I miss you in Latin America, while te echo de menos is common in Spain.

Singular vs. Plural

You is translated into Spanish in many different ways. Use the handy table below to help you decide which form you need to use.

FormUsed WithSpanish
Te (Informal second person singular)a single person who is the same age as you or younger
Te extraño.
 
Lo (Formal second person masculine singular)a man who is older than you or to whom you want to show respect
Lo extraño.
 
La (Formal second person feminine singular)a woman who is older than you or to whom you want to show respect
La extraño.
 
Los (Second person masculine plural)a group of men or a group of both men and women
Los extraño.
 
Las (Second person feminine plural)a group of women
Las extraño.
 
¿Cómo estás, mamá. - Bien, hijo, pero te extraño.
How are you, Mom? - Good, son, but I miss you.
 
¡Los extraño mucho, muchachos!
I miss you so much, guys!
 

Looking for more on the different ways to say you in Spanish? Check out our article here!

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