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Italian verb giocare conjugation

Conjugation and examples for ‘Giocare’

Football, video games, chess: Italians really love to play! Here you can find conjugations for tenses and moods of the verb giocare (to play). Giocare is a regular first conjugation…

Conjugation of Italian verb ‘volere’

Volere is an irregular, second conjugation verb that means to want, to wish, to need. Voglio comprare una nuova automobile (I want to buy a new car) Vogliamo andare al…

How to conjugate Italian verb ‘vivere’

Vivere is an irregular, second conjugation verb that means to live. Other verbs of the same type as vivere include convivere (to live together), rivivere (to live again). I miei…

Conjugation of Italian verb ‘visitare’

The Italian verb ‘visitare’ is a first conjugation verb that means “to visit”.   Indicativo PRESENTE io visito tu visiti lui/lei visita noi visitiamo voi visitate loro visitano   Visito…

How to conjugate Italian verb ‘vincere’

The Italian verb ‘vincere’ is a second conjugation verb that means “to win”.   Indicativo PRESENTE io vinco tu vinci lui/lei vince noi vinciamo voi vincete loro vincono   Se…

viaggiare conjugation

How to conjugate Italian verb ‘viaggiare’

The Italian verb ‘viaggiare’ is a first conjugation verb that means “to travel”.   Indicativo PRESENTE io viaggio tu viaggi lui/lei viaggia noi viaggiamo voi viaggiate loro viaggiano   Viaggio…

How to conjugate Italian verb ‘vestire’

The Italian verb ‘vestire’ is a third conjugation verb that means “to dress”.   Indicativo PRESENTE io vesto tu vesti lui/lei veste noi vestiamo voi vestite loro vestono   Io…

How to conjugate Italian verb ‘venire’

Venire is an irregular, third conjugation verb that means to come, to arrive. Non dimenticarti di venire a trovarmi (Don’t forget to come and visit me) Di solito veniamo in…

Conjugation of Italian verb ‘vendere’

The Italian verb ‘vendere’ is a second conjugation verb that means “to sell”.   Indicativo PRESENTE io vendo tu vendi lui/lei vende noi vendiamo voi vendete loro vendono   Io…

How to conjugate Italian verb ‘vedere’

Vedere is an irregular, second conjugation verb that means to see, to look at. Da questa finestra posso vedere il mare (From this window I can see the sea) Vedi quelle stelle?…

Conjugation of Italian verb ‘valere’

The Italian verb ‘valere’ is a second conjugation verb that means “to be worth”.   Indicativo PRESENTE io valgo tu vali lui/lei vale noi valiamo voi valete loro valgono  …

How to conjugate Italian verb ‘uscire’

Uscire is an irregular, third conjugation verb that means to go out, to leave. If you are in love with an Italian girl, you most certainly wish to ask her out on…

Conjugation of Italian verb ‘usare’

The Italian verb ‘usare’ is a first conjugation verb that means “to use”.   Indicativo PRESENTE io uso tu usi lui/lei usa noi usiamo voi usate loro usano   Uso…

Conjugation of Italian verb ‘uccidere’

The Italian verb ‘uccidere’ is a second conjugation verb that means “to kill”.   Indicativo PRESENTE io uccido tu uccidi lui/lei uccide noi uccidiamo voi uccidete loro uccidono   Io…

Conjugation of Italian verb ‘trovare’

Trovare is a regular, first conjugation verb that means to find. Dobbiamo trovare la borsa che abbiamo perso (We need to find the bag that we lost) Dovresti trovare il…

Conjugation of Italian verb ‘tornare’

Are you ready to go back to learn Italian? Even if you never took a break from studying this beautiful language, it is essential to review the most commonly used…

Conjugation of Italian verb ‘togliere’

The Italian verb ‘togliere’ is a second conjugation verb that means “to remove”.   Indicativo PRESENTE io tolgo tu togli lui/lei toglie noi togliamo voi togliete loro tolgono   Tolgo…

Conjugation of Italian verb ‘tenere’

Tenere is an irregular, second conjugation verb that means to hold, to keep. Quella ragazza tiene in mano un libro (That girl is holding a book in her hands) Tieni…

Conjugation of Italian verb ‘temere’

The Italian verb ‘temere’ is a second conjugation verb that means “to fear”.   Indicativo PRESENTE io temo tu temi lui/lei teme noi temiamo voi temete loro temono   Io…

How to conjugate Italian verb ‘svegliare’

The Italian verb ‘svegliare’ is a first conjugation verb that means “to wake up”.   Indicativo PRESENTE io sveglio tu svegli lui/lei sveglia noi svegliamo voi svegliate loro svegliano  …

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