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dwagung

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Hi all, I am newbie here :)
I want to ensure my sentence is correct.
I am trying to say "AlthoughI just meet you yesterday, but now I missed you already"
Is 我々昨日会うが,もう会いたい correct?
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If I say "can not come" is 来られない can be used or equivalent with 行けません ?

Arigatou
 

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I am trying to say "AlthoughI just meet you yesterday, but now I missed you already"
Is 我々昨日会うが,もう会いたい correct?
I would say 昨日出会ったばかりなのにもう寂しい.

If I say "can not come" is 来られない can be used or equivalent with 行けません ?
The destination is different between those two verbs.
 

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The destination is different between those two verbs.
Do you mean that if you're currently at the meeting place suggested it would be 来られない and if it's another location discussed it would be 行けません? If not could you explain what you mean?
 

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Your understanding is correct. Incidentally, 明日は公園に来られませんか can be valid even if the speaker is not in the park now, but this implies that they will be in the park tomorrow. The destination of 来る is always the location where the speaker is now or will be at the time.
 

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