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Easily learn verb conjugations with Coniuno
Easily learn verb conjugations with Coniuno
Conjugate verbs with Coniuno
Conjugate verbs in German, Dutch, English, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, and Latin
Conjugate verbs in German, Dutch, English, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, and Latin
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  Coniuno, verb table, Italian

  General Information
  Regular verbs
  Irregular verb-endings
  Irregular verbs
  Appendix
Italian verbs, general information

Regular verb groups

Coniuno differentiates between three verb groups.
These are the verbs ending on "ARE", verbs ending on "ERE" as well as verbs that end on "IRE". With "IRE"-verbs Coniuno differentiates between IRE-verbs that are built like the verb "capire" and all other IRE-verbs. Verbs that are built like "capire", are shown as "IRE2" or "ire (isc)". Coniuno stores IRE2-verbs in a list that can be extended by you, if needed (also see: Appendix, IRE2-verbs).


Auxiliary verbs

Italian verbs are conjugated using auxiliary verbs "avere" and "essere".
Most Italian verbs are built using auxiliary verb "avere". Coniuno stores verbs that use auxiliary verb "essere" in a list that can be extended by you, if needed (also see: Appendix, essere-verbs).

Note that essere-conjugated verbs change their Participio Passato in the composed times depending on singular / plural and male / female form. The following list provides an overview (also see essere-conjugated verbs, like e.g. andare):

Singular male:[essere] + Participio Passato (verb) + o(e.g. sono andato)
Plural male: [essere] + Participio Passato (verb) + i (e.g. siamo andati)
Singular female: [essere] + Participio Passato (verb) + a (e.g. sono andata)
Plural female: [essere] + Participio Passato (verb) + e (e.g. siamo andate)

Italian tenses

Coniuno supports the following Italian tenses:

Mood Indicativo

simple tenses
Presente
Imperfetto
Futuro
Passato Remoto
composed tenses
Passato Prossimo
Trapassato Prossimo
Futuro Anteriore
Trapassato Remoto

Mood Congiuntivo

simple tenses
Presente
Imperfetto
composed tenses
Passato
Trapassato

Mood Condizionale

simple tenses
Condizionale Semplice
composed tenses
Condizionale Composto

Other tenses

simple tenses
Imperativo
Participio Presente
Gerundio Semplice
composed tenses
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Participio Passato
Gerundio Composto


also see:
Italian verb table, overview



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