What is the difference between “I missed talking to you” and “I miss talking to you”? I appreciate your help very much
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Talking to a person and not talking to them is the same as not talking to them and they miss it. I hope that makes sense.
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It has been a while since we talked.
There are two possibilities here. The first one being that ‘missed’ in this case could be a past tense verb. In the past, they missed talking to you (emotionally) or they missed talking to you because they were busy for whatever reason. They may now plan to rectify this mistake by speaking to you now.
“I miss talking to you.” There’s really only one explanation for this. Due to work, family obligations, illness, or whatever reason, they simply miss talking with you.
They say, “I missed talking with you.” in the past tense. Thus, the subject no longer misses “you.”
The present/present continuance of “I miss talking to you.”. It is still missing “you.”