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    Hello,

    I want to say a song makes me miss Barcelona but any translator I try and put that in translates "miss" as "perder" which is not what I want to say...or is it? Does that make sense in Spanish?

    Gracias

    P.S Perdon if it's a silly question, I sort of learnt Spanish whilst spending 6 months in Spain without any lessons, so anything I've just picked up really!
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    (Original post by claret_n_blue)
    Hello,

    I want to say a song makes me miss Barcelona but any translator I try and put that in translates "miss" as "perder" which is not what I want to say...or is it? Does that make sense in Spanish?

    Gracias

    P.S Perdon if it's a silly question, I sort of learnt Spanish whilst spending 6 months in Spain without any lessons, so anything I've just picked up really!
    There is a set phrase to say you miss someone or something: "echar de menos"

    So to say "a song makes me miss Barcelona" it would be "una canción me hace echar de menos Barcelona".
 
 
 
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