Complete conjugations of some important regular Italian verbs.

Italian Verb AMARE (to love)

Amare is a regular verb. It is transitive. It conjugates with the verb avere. Below you will find all its Indicative forms (present, present perfect, imperfect, past perfect, past definite, past anterior, future simple and future perfect); all its Subjunctive forms (present, present perfect, imperfect and past perfect); all its Conditional forms (present and past); its Imperative forms; its Gerund (past and present); […]

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Italian Verb REGALARE (to give/to gift)

Regalare is a regular verb. It is transitive. It conjugates with the verb avere. Below you will find all its Indicative forms (present, present perfect, imperfect, past perfect, past definite, past anterior, future simple and future perfect); all its Subjunctive forms (present, present perfect, imperfect and past perfect); all its Conditional forms (present and past); its Imperative forms; its Gerund (past and present); […]

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Italian Verb CREDERE (to believe)

Credere  is a regular verb. It is intransitive. It conjugates with the verb avere. Below you will find all its Indicative forms (present, present perfect, imperfect, past perfect, past definite, past anterior, future simple and future perfect); all its Subjunctive forms (present, present perfect, imperfect and past perfect); all its Conditional forms (present and past); its Imperative forms; its Gerund (past and […]

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Italian Verb BACIARE ( to kiss)

Baciare is a regular verb. It is transitive. It conjugates with the verb avere. Below you will find all its Indicative forms (present, present perfect, imperfect, past perfect, past definite, past anterior, future simple and future perfect); all its Subjunctive forms (present, present perfect, imperfect and past perfect); all its Conditional forms (present and past); its Imperative forms; its Gerund (past and present); […]

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Italian Verb CENARE (to have dinner)

Cenare is a regular verb. It is intransitive. It conjugates with the verb avere. Below you will find all its Indicative forms (present, present perfect, imperfect, past perfect, past definite, past anterior, future simple and future perfect); all its Subjunctive forms (present, present perfect, imperfect and past perfect); all its Conditional forms (present and past); its Imperative forms; its Gerund (past and […]

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Italian Verb DONARE (to give)

Donare is a regular verb. It is transitive, intransitive. It conjugates with the verb avere. Below you will find all its Indicative forms (present, present perfect, imperfect, past perfect, past definite, past anterior, future simple and future perfect); all its Subjunctive forms (present, present perfect, imperfect and past perfect); all its Conditional forms (present and past); its Imperative forms; its Gerund (past and […]

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Italian Verb MANGIARE (to eat)

Mangiare is a irregular verb. It is transitive. It conjugates with the verb avere. Below you will find all its indicative forms (present, present perfect, imperfect, past perfect, past definite, past anterior, future simple and future perfect); all its subjunctive forms (present, present perfect, imperfect and past perfect); all its conditional forms (present and past); its imperative forms; its gerund (past and present); its infinitive (past and present) and its participles (past and present). […]

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Italian Verb “CHIAMARE” (to call)

Chiamare is a regular verb. It is transitive. It conjugates with the verb avere. Below you will find all its Indicative forms (present, present perfect, imperfect, past perfect, past definite, past anterior, future simple and future perfect); all its Subjunctive forms (present, present perfect, imperfect and past perfect); all its Conditional forms (present and past); its Imperative forms; its Gerund (past and present); […]

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Italian Verb ASCOLTARE (to listen)

Ascoltare is a regular verb. It is transitive. It conjugates with the verb avere. Below you will find all its Indicative forms (present, present perfect, imperfect, past perfect, past definite, past anterior, future simple and future perfect); all its Subjunctive forms (present, present perfect, imperfect and past perfect); all its Conditional forms (present and past); its Imperative forms; its Gerund (past and present); […]

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Italian Verb SENTIRE (to hear)

Sentire is a regular verb. It is transitive. It conjugates with the verb avere. Below you will find all its indicative forms (present, present perfect, imperfect, past perfect, past definite, past anterior, future simple and future perfect); all its subjunctive forms (present, present perfect, imperfect and past perfect); all its conditional forms (present and past); its imperative forms; its gerund (past and present); its infinitive (past and present) and its participles (past and present). Indicativo Presente io […]

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Italian Verb PARTIRE (to go away)

Partire is a regular verb. It is intransitive. It conjugates with the verb essere. Below you will find all its indicative forms (present, present perfect, imperfect, past perfect, past definite, past anterior, future simple and future perfect); all its subjunctive forms (present, present perfect, imperfect and past perfect); all its conditional forms (present and past); its imperative forms; its gerund (past and present); its infinitive (past and present) and its participles (past and present). […]

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Italian Verb “DORMIRE” (to sleep)

Dormire is a regular verb. It is transitive and intransitive. It conjugates with the verb avere. Below you will find all its indicative forms (present, present perfect, imperfect, past perfect, past definite, past anterior, future simple and future perfect); all its subjunctive forms (present, present perfect, imperfect and past perfect); all its conditional forms (present and past); its imperative forms; its gerund (past and present); its infinitive (past and present) and its […]

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Italian Verb BATTERE (to beat)

Battere is a regular verb. It is transitive and intransitive. It conjugates with the verb avere. Below you will find all its indicative forms (present, present perfect, imperfect, past perfect, past definite, past anterior, future simple and future perfect); all its subjunctive forms (present, present perfect, imperfect and past perfect); all its conditional forms (present and past); its imperative forms; its gerund (past and present); its infinitive (past and present) and its […]

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Italian verb “SUONARE” (to play – a musical instrument)

Suonare is a regular verb. It is transitive or intransitive. It conjugates with the verb avere o essere. Below you will find all its Indicative forms (present, present perfect, imperfect, past perfect, past definite, past anterior, future simple and future perfect); all its Subjunctive forms (present, present perfect, imperfect and past perfect); all its Conditional forms (present and past); its Imperative forms; its Gerund […]

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Italian Verb GUIDARE (to drive)

Guidare is a regular verb. It is transitive. It conjugates with the verb avere. Below you will find all its indicative forms (present, present perfect, imperfect, past perfect, past definite, past anterior, future simple and future perfect); all its subjunctive forms (present, present perfect, imperfect and past perfect); all its conditional forms (present and past); its imperative forms; its gerund (past and present); its infinitive (past and present) and its participles (past […]

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