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Conjugation of Italian verb ‘spedire’ – Commonly Used Words

The Italian verb ‘spedire’ is a third conjugation verb that means “to send”.

Regular -ire-verbs are characterised by having the endings -o, -i, -e, -iamo, -ite, and -ano in present tense indicativo, and the endings -vo, -vi, -va, -vamo, -vate, -vano in simple past tense. As you may know, there are two kinds of regular -ire verbs, those that are conjugated as finire, and those that are conjugated as sentire. The verb spedire and similar verbs such as finire, capire, costruire, and preferire all add an “isc” between the stem and the ending in the singular and 3rd person plural of the present tense.

Like most other third conjugation (-ire) verbs, the past participle of spedire ends in “ito”, making it spedito. It uses the auxiliary verb avere in compound forms.

Below are the conjugations for the verb in tables, with example sentences and translations underneath.

Indicativo

PRESENTE
io spedisco
tu spedisci
lui/lei spedisce
noi spediamo
voi spedite
loro spediscono

 

Ti spedisco il pacco la settimana prossima. – I send you the package next week.

Perché non le spedisci un regalo? – Why don’t you send her a gift?

Quel negozio non spedisce gli articoli. – That shop doesn’t ship products.

Noi spediamo solamente in Europa. – We deliver only in Europe.

Perché non gli spedite un pacco con i prodotti italiani? – Why don’t you send him a package with Italian products?

Mi spediscono a lavorare in mezzo al pacifico. – They send me off to work in the midlle of the Pacific Ocean.

 

 

IMPERFETTO
io spedivo
tu spedivi
lui/lei spediva
noi spedivamo
voi spedivate
loro spedivano

 

Spedivo sempre le cartoline, ma non arrivavano mai. – I was always sending postcards but they never arrived.

Una volta quel negozio spediva gratis. – Once that shop was shipping for free.

 

PASSATO REMOTO
io spedii
tu spedisti
lui/lei spedì
noi spedimmo
voi spediste
loro spedirono

 

 

 

FUTURO SEMPLICE
io spedirò
tu spedirai
lui/lei spedirà
noi spediremo
voi spedirete
loro spediranno

 

 

PASSATO PROSSIMO
io ho spedito
tu hai spedito
lui/lei ha spedito
noi abbiamo spedito
voi avete spedito
loro hanno spedito

 

Lei mi ha spedito una lettera di ringraziamenti. – She sent me a thank-you letter.

 

TRAPASSATO PROSSIMO
io avevo spedito
tu avevi spedito
lui/lei aveva spedito
noi avevamo spedito
voi avevate spedito
loro avevano spedito

 

 

TRAPASSATO REMOTO
io ebbi spedito
tu avesti spedito
lui/lei ebbe spedito
noi avemmo spedito
voi aveste spedito
loro ebbero spedito

 

 

FUTURO ANTERIORE
io avrò spedito
tu avrai spedito
lui/lei avrà spedito
noi avremo spedito
voi avrete spedito
loro avranno spedito

 

 

Congiuntivo

 

PRESENTE
che io spedisca
che tu spedisca
che lui/lei spedisca
che noi spediamo
che voi spediate
che loro spediscano

 

Spero che mi spedisca il nuovo computer prima di martedì. – I hope he sends me the laptop before Tuesday.

 

IMPERFETTO
che io spedissi
che tu spedissi
che lui/lei spedisse
che noi spedissimo
che voi spediste
che loro spedissero

 

 

PASSATO
che io abbia spedito
che tu abbia spedito
che lui/lei abbia spedito
che noi abbiamo spedito
che voi abbiate spedito
che loro abbiano spedito

 

 

TRAPASSATO
che io avessi spedito
che tu avessi spedito
che lui/lei avesse spedito
che noi avessimo spedito
che voi aveste spedito
che loro avessero spedito

 

 

Condizionale

 

PRESENTE
io spedirei
tu spediresti
lui/lei spedirebbe
noi spediremmo
voi spedireste
loro spedirebbero

 

 

PASSATO
io avrei spedito
tu avresti spedito
lui/lei avrebbe spedito
noi avremmo spedito
voi avreste spedito
loro avrebbero spedito

 

Imperativo

 

PRESENTE
spedisci
spedisca
spediamo
spedite
spediscano

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