How we use the verb in Italian “MANCARE” in Italian

How we use the verb in Italian “MANCARE” in Italian
Io manco
tu manchi
Lui/lei manca
Noi manchiamo
Voi mancate
Loro mancano

The verb essere is used as the auxiliary in the assato prossimo tense: “Mi sono mancati i miei amici.” or“I miei amici sono mancati a me”. – The verb mancare is singular when followed by an infinitive:“Mi manca mangiare gli spaghetti”. – Depending on which form of indirect pronoun you are using, the position of the object and the subject can be inverted:“Mi manca l’Italia” or“L’Italia manca a me.”

1.‘to miss’ someone or something’ is expressed in the following way in Italian:
mi manca la mia famiglia – I miss my family (literally: my family is missing for me)
mi mancano i giorni caldi dell’estate – I miss the hot summer days (literally: the hot summer days are missing for me)
non ti manca l’Inghilterra? – don’t you miss England? (literally: isn’t England missing for you?)
ti mancano i tuoi? – do you miss your parents? (literally: aren’t your parents missing for you?)
mi manchi – I miss you (literally: you are missing for me)

2.‘to miss’ as in miss a target or goal is expressed in the following way in Italian:
ha mancato la rete – he missed the goal
ho mancato il bersaglio per un pelo – I missed the target by a hair
other common uses of mancare:
quanto manca alla partenza? – how long before we leave? (literally: how much time is lacking before the departure?)
mancano dieci minuti – there are ten minutes left (literally: ten minutes are lacking)
che ore sono? …. mancano cinque minuti alle dieci – what time is it? …. it’s five to ten (literally: five minutes are lacking before ten)
mi mancano le chiavi – I haven’t got my keys with me (literally: my keys are lacking to me)
ci manca il latte – we haven’t got any milk left (literally: the milk is lacking to us)
è mancata la corrente – there was a power failure (literally: the current was lacking)
alla riunione mancava solo Giovanni – only Giovanni wasn’t at the meeting (literally: at the meeting there was missing only Giovanni)
we also use the word mancanza to express a lack, absence or shortage of someone/thing:
sento la sua mancanza – I miss him (literally: I feel his absence)
ha dimostrato una mancanza di tatto – he showed a lack of tact
durante la guerra c’era sempre una mancanza di cibo – there was always a lack of food during the war
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Hi! My name is Eleonora and i'm a native italian teacher. I'm from Florence, Florence is the cradle of the Italian language.:) I have a degree in foreign languages and literatures. I love to teach languages and I wait for you, for the first trial lesson! I SPEAK FLUENTLY ENGLISH, RUSSIAN, AND SPANISH. I lived in Russia during the university years. And in Russia I taught students Italian as an internship. I have lived in Spain and speak spanish almost as a native speaker. Меня зовут Элеонора, я италянка, из Флоренции. Флоренция - колыбель итальянского языка! :) Я преподаватель итальянского языка, и работаю как экскурсоводом здесь во Флоренции. Изучала русский язык в университете и жила в Санкт Петербурге уже 11 лет назад. Я жду вас для первого пробного урока! До встречи ! ¡Hola! Me llamo Eleonora. Soy Italiana, de Florencia, y Florencia es la cuna de la lengua italiana. :) Soy licenciada en Lenguas y Literaturas extranjeras.Viví en España, en Madrid, hace 9 años durante los años de la universidad. Trabajo aqui en mi ciudad como profesora de lengua y me gusta mucho mi trabajo. Te espero para la primera clase de prueba! BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF MY LESSONS In the first part of the lesson we will focus on grammar and lexical skills, necessary to form correct sentences. During my career I understood that the hardest part for italian students is to get into the correct use of forms and tenses of verbs. So, we will focus on it, without making the lesson boring. In the second part, we will talk about alive language and conversation, using, according to your taste and interests, various contemporaneous materials. Newspapers, videos and music. Listening to music in the language we are approaching is fundamental for the pronounciation! It's funny and nearly magical! I strive to make my classes enjoiable and enganging as is possible. Are you a beginners? Would you like to be more confident when you speak italian? Would you like to be speak fluently and clearly? I can help you! I wait for you! For the first trial lesson. See you soon!
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İtalyanca
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Yeni!
Konuşur:
İtalyanca
Ana Dil
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Almanca
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Hi! My name is Eleonora and i'm a native italian teacher. I'm from Florence, Florence is the cradle of the Italian language.:) I have a degree in foreign languages and literatures. I love to teach languages and I wait for you, for the first trial lesson! I SPEAK FLUENTLY ENGLISH, RUSSIAN, AND SPANISH. I lived in Russia during the university years. And in Russia I taught students Italian as an internship. I have lived in Spain and speak spanish almost as a native speaker. Меня зовут Элеонора, я италянка, из Флоренции. Флоренция - колыбель итальянского языка! :) Я преподаватель итальянского языка, и работаю как экскурсоводом здесь во Флоренции. Изучала русский язык в университете и жила в Санкт Петербурге уже 11 лет назад. Я жду вас для первого пробного урока! До встречи ! ¡Hola! Me llamo Eleonora. Soy Italiana, de Florencia, y Florencia es la cuna de la lengua italiana. :) Soy licenciada en Lenguas y Literaturas extranjeras.Viví en España, en Madrid, hace 9 años durante los años de la universidad. Trabajo aqui en mi ciudad como profesora de lengua y me gusta mucho mi trabajo. Te espero para la primera clase de prueba! BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF MY LESSONS In the first part of the lesson we will focus on grammar and lexical skills, necessary to form correct sentences. During my career I understood that the hardest part for italian students is to get into the correct use of forms and tenses of verbs. So, we will focus on it, without making the lesson boring. In the second part, we will talk about alive language and conversation, using, according to your taste and interests, various contemporaneous materials. Newspapers, videos and music. Listening to music in the language we are approaching is fundamental for the pronounciation! It's funny and nearly magical! I strive to make my classes enjoiable and enganging as is possible. Are you a beginners? Would you like to be more confident when you speak italian? Would you like to be speak fluently and clearly? I can help you! I wait for you! For the first trial lesson. See you soon!
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