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To miss(a person) in German 🇩🇪

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to miss(a person) vermissen
How to say “to miss(a person)” in German? “Vermissen”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “vermissen” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on to miss(a person) in German like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember the German word “vermissen”:
– The word “vermissen” can be broken down into two parts: “ver-” which indicates a negation or lack of something, and “missen” which means “to miss” in English.
– To remember “vermissen,” you can associate it with the English word “dis-miss,” which also involves a negation or lack of presence.

– “Vermissen” is a verb in German that means “to miss” or “to long for” someone or something that is absent or no longer there.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “sich sehnen nach” (to yearn for)
– “vergeblich suchen” (to search in vain)
– “vergeblich warten” (to wait in vain)

Conjugations of “vermissen”:
– Present tense:
– Ich vermisse (I miss)
– Du vermisst (You miss)
– Er/sie/es vermisst (He/she/it misses)
– Wir vermissen (We miss)
– Ihr vermisst (You [plural] miss)
– Sie vermissen (They miss)

– Past tense:
– Ich habe vermisst (I have missed)
– Du hast vermisst (You have missed)
– Er/sie/es hat vermisst (He/she/it has missed)
– Wir haben vermisst (We have missed)
– Ihr habt vermisst (You [plural] have missed)
– Sie haben vermisst (They have missed)

– Future tense:
– Ich werde vermissen (I will miss)
– Du wirst vermissen (You will miss)
– Er/sie/es wird vermissen (He/she/it will miss)
– Wir werden vermissen (We will miss)
– Ihr werdet vermissen (You [plural] will miss)
– Sie werden vermissen (They will miss)

Examples of sentences using “vermissen”:
1. Ich vermisse meine Familie, wenn ich im Ausland bin. (I miss my family when I am abroad.)
2. Vermissen wir nicht alle manchmal unsere Kindheit? (Don’t we all sometimes miss our childhood?)
3. Ich habe dich so sehr vermisst! (I missed you so much!)

Note: “Vermissen” is reflexive, so it often appears with a reflexive pronoun like “mich” (me), “dich” (you), “sich” (oneself), etc., depending on the subject of the sentence.

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