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Administer irregular verb-infos, Italian


For general information, please see: administer irregular verb-infos, general


The following settings can be done for Italian verbs:

  • FINIRE

    In this list are verbs that end on "ire" and that are built like the "finire" verb (e.g. "finisco" instead of "fino"). "ire"-verbs that are not in this list are built regularly like normal "ire"-verbs by Coniuno (e.g. "seguire").

  • DERE

    In this list are verbs that end irregularly on "dere". Verbs ending on "dere" that are not in this list are built regularly on "ere" by Coniuno. Note that also irregular "dere"-verbs that end on "endere" by mistake must be included in this list (e.g. sospendere).

  • ENDERE

    In this list are regular verbs that end on "endere". Normally "endere"-verbs are recognised and built irregularly automatically be the program. If an "endere"-verb shall however be built regularly then it must be included in this list (e.g. "vendere").

  • IARE2

    In this list are verbs that end irregularly on "iare (2)" (e.g. "sciare"). Verbs ending on "iare" that are not in this list are built irregularly on "iare (1)" by Coniuno (e.g. "mangiare").

  • ESSERE

    In this list all verbs are included that are conjugated with the auxiliary verb "essere". Coniuno conjugates verbs not included in this list with the auxiliary verb "avere".

  • ESSERE_AVERE

    In this list all verbs are included that are conjugated either with the auxiliary verb "essere" or with the auxiliary verb "avere". Coniuno conjugates verbs not included in this list with the auxiliary verb "avere".

    Accordingly an entry here is not really mandatory, however the "essere/avere" information is shown in the Italian conjugation table as well as in the translation of the Italian verb.



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