Whatever you do, do NOT use SIE!!!! That would get you in trouble.
In german we have a formal "you" and an informal "you".
The formal one would be "Sie", so don't do it. It is hurtful when somebody so close to you uses it. Always you "du" with your girlfriend. (family members, friends, children)
And DO NOT say "Ich verpasse dich".
'Verpassen' does mean to miss, but it is different. You use it when you want to say that you missed a train or bus.
I'd say you already have the answers to the other ones, but a couple of them had grammatical errors in them.
1. Mein Engel
2. Ich liebe dich
3. Ich vermisse dich / Ich habe dich vermisst (I missed you)
4. Göre (female brat)
6. Meine Liebe, mein Liebling (sweetheart, darling, sweety)
7. Schön, hübsch, wunderschön
8. Mein Herz ist deines für immer. / Mein Herz gehört für immer dir.
9. Gute Nacht
10. Süße Träume (that b-looking letter is pronounced like "ss"
Good luck and if you need a good dictionary try
Only translate individual words, not whole sentences. Computers have a wonderful talent for screwing up.
And who is this "Phil" person?
You don't use "sie" with any family member -EVER! That would be so impolite!
And you would also not say "Ich verpasse dich" how long has it been since you heard any german??? Talking about others not knowing what they are talking about -you are in that group buddy!
Me - a real life german
Didn't come to the states until 2003
I also work as a german tutor and have seen time and time again what a computer can do to perfectly fine english sentences.
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