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what's the difference between: "ich vermisse deine kusse" to "ich vermisse die kusse"?

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Answer #1 | 23/09 2009 18:03
What's the difference between: "I miss your kiss" to "I miss the kiss"?
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Answer #2 | 23/09 2009 18:05
"Ich vermisse deine kusse" means "I miss your kiss" "ich vermisse die kusse" means "I miss the kiss" "ich vermisse deine kusschen" means "I miss your kisses"
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Answer #3 | 24/09 2009 02:23
As other have correctly answered, I would emphasize the word deine which means your instead of die which means that you love all kisses and not only the kisses of the persons you are writing to
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