How to say "I missed your beautiful smile"
How do you say "I missed your beautiful smile" in Spanish? Is it something like "Te extrañé tu sonrisa hermosa"?
And all of those mean the same thing. Another thing I am forever saying in this site...there are no Spanish Gods, no This Is The Way To Say That Thing And Everything Else Is Wrong...no, in this respect, spanish and english are exactly alike. There are millions upon millions of ways to say the same thing, just as there are millions of ways to climb a mountain, but the only important thing is getting to the top.
Didn't we answer to this post barely a week ago? Maybe even less than that?
There were three possibilities when I typed it into the translator Echaba de menos tu sonrisa hermosa. Perdí hermosa sonrisa. Falté su sonrisa hermosa.
Tu cara, tu sonrisa, cuando no la puedo ver, me hace mucha falta, amor. Es decir...when I can't see your face, your smile, I miss it. It is away from me and I am aware it is gone. Me hace falta. That's the everyday way to say it.