nos hace falta
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nos hace falta(
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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
phrase
1.
A word or phrase used to refer to the second person formal “usted” by their conjugation or implied context (e.g. usted).
(formal)
(we feel your absence; second person singular)
a. we miss you
¿Cuándo regresa de viaje, señor Lombana? - Nos hace falta.When are you coming back from your trip, Mr. Lombana? - We miss you.
2. (we feel the absence; third person singular)
a. we miss him (masculine)
Hace tres meses que Spot se escapó, y nos hace falta.It's been three months since Spot ran away, and we miss him.
b. we miss her (feminine)
Mi abuela murió el año pasado, y nos hace falta.Mi grandma died last year, and we miss her.
c. we miss it
No hemos podido regresar a nuestro país en mucho tiempo. Nos hace falta.We haven't been able to go back home in long time. We miss it.
d. we miss
Nos hace falta nuestro hijo, Manuel, que está estudiando en Buenos Aires.We miss our son, Manuel, who's studying in Buenos Aires.
3. (we require; third person singular)
a. we need it
¿Ya conseguieron el martillo de guerra? - No, y nos hace falta para poder ganar el juego.Do you have the war hammer yet? - No, and we need it to win the game.
b. we need
Nos hace falta un buen gerente de marketing para subir las ventas de esta compañía.We need a good marketing manager to increase this company's sales.
c. we're missing it
¿Dónde está el manual? - Nos hace falta.Where's the manual? - We're missing it.
d. we're missing
Nos hace falta una pieza del rompecabezas.We're missing a piece of the jigsaw puzzle.
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