Famiglia is an Italian equivalent of the English word "family." The feminine singular noun may be used figuratively, literally or symbolically. The pronunciation will be "fa-MEE-lya" in Italian.
The singular deliziosa and the plural deliziose in the feminine and the singular delizioso and the plural deliziosi in the masculine are Italian equivalents of the English word "delicious." Context makes clear which meaning prevails even though newbie language-speakers generally opt for the masculine singular (case 3) no matter what. The respective pronunciations will be "DEY-lee-TSYO-sa" and "DEY-lee-TSYO-sey" in the feminine and "DEY-lee-TSYO-so" and "DEY-lee-TSYO-see" in the masculine in Pisan Italian.
Grazie per sentire la mia mancanza is an Italian equivalent of 'Thanks for missing me'. The interjection 'grazie' means 'thanks'. The preposition 'per' means 'for'. The infinitive 'sentire' means 'to feel'. The feminine definite article 'la' means 'the'. The feminine possessive 'mia' means 'my'. The feminine noun 'mancanza' means 'absence'. All together, they're pronounced 'GRAH-tsee-eh pehr sehn-TEE-reh lah MEE-ah mahn-KAHN-tsah'.
Abilità and capacità are Italian equivalents of the English word "skill." Context makes clear whether "ability" (case 1) or "capability" (example 2) suits. The respective pronunciations will be "A-bee-lee-TA" and "ka-PA-tchee-TA" in Pisan Italian.
Sì is an Italian equivalent of the English word "yes." The word serves as an interjection or as a masculine noun. The pronunciation will be "see" in Pisan Italian.