"I miss you" in Greek is "Μου λείπεις," which is closer to "You are missing from me."  Similar to "tu me manques" in French.  I love how the emphasis in different languages can change the meaning and nuances of a message.

"I miss you" in Greek is "Μου λείπεις," which is closer to "You are missing from me." Similar to "tu me manques" in French. I love how the emphasis in different languages can change the meaning and nuances of a message.

oles ektos apo 3.

Ola ta leei h giagia mou! Oxi h mama mou XD 😂😂 aaa re ellhnida giagia 😂😂😂😂

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