Italian Subjunctive

The Italian Subjunctive

What is the subjunctive? The subjunctive tense (congiuntivo) is a tense that doesn’t have an equivalent in English, therefore it can be a tricky one to learn. On the other…

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…

Italian verb correre conjugation

Italian verb ‘correre’

If you want to be on time for lunch and enjoy your lasagne, you must run! In Italian, the verb “to run” can be translated with “correre”. It also means…

Conjugation of Italian verb ‘sembrare’

Sembrare is a regular, first conjugation verb that means to seem. However, it also has other different meanings, such as: To sound like; To feel like; Act; Resemble. One of…

Conjugation of Italian verb ‘riuscire’

Riuscire is an irregular, third conjugation verb that means to succeed. Other verbs of the same type as riuscire include uscire. Like most other third conjugation (-ire) verbs, the past…

How to conjugate Italian verb ‘mancare’

Mancare is a regular, first conjugation verb that means to miss, to lack. Regular -are-verbs are characterised by having the endings -o, -i, -a, -iamo, -ate, and –ano in present…

How to conjugate Italian verb ‘dire’

Italians are famous for telling stories. Thus, “dire” is one of the most used verbs by Italian speakers and learners. It means “to say”, “to speak”, “to tell,” and even…

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