Which is correct, I miss you or I missed you?

Which is correct, I miss you or I missed you?

Both of them are absolutely correct sentences, it just depends on the context.

“I miss you” is in the present tense, and can be interchanged with “I am missing you,” or “I do miss you.”

“I missed you” is in the past tense, and can be interchanged with “I have missed you” or “I did miss you.”

Which ever one is correct is just which ever one fits the context if your conversation more; “I miss you” might be used when you’re talking to said person on the phone and actively missing them, while “I missed you” could be used when you can finally see them again, so you aren’t a actively missing them anymore, hence the past tense “missed.”

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