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).
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)|
Coniuno supports the following Italian tenses:
Italian verb table, overview