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Can anyone please tell me which is the correct sentence among these:

  1. Even though I couldn't speak to you, I'll be missing you.

  2. Even though I can't speak to you, I'll be missing you.

  3. Even though I don't speak to you, I'll be missing you.

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All of these sentence are correct in their own sense. It is not possible to tell which of these is correct unless you provide the context/source.

Even though I couldn't speak to you, I'll be missing you.

Meaning: Even though you couldn't speak, you will be missing her/him. You didn't had the chance to talk to her/him earlier, and so you couldn't talk to her.

Even though I can't speak to you, I'll be missing you.

Meaning: This means that you can not talk to her. Either someone else restrained you from doing so or for some other reason.

Even though I don't speak to you, I'll be missing you.

Meaning: This means that you don't talk to her. It is your choice to not to talk to her.

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