I'm trying to work out what to do when the two subjects are a person and something inanimate. Basically I want to say "I miss you and Paris" - and can only come up with "Toi et Paris me manquent" which doesn't seem right, or "Toi et Paris me manquez" -which definitely seems wrong! Maybe this is something you just can't say in French?
It would be -
It doesn't matter that Paris is inanimate
You could also say -
It's not unusual to refer to Paris as "tu" in songs, etc. so perhaps "Toi et Paris me manquez" would not be out of the question?
How about "Ce que me manque, c'est tu et Paris." ?
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