The letter combination SC has two different pronunciations.
Italian verbs that end in –care, –gare, and –cire require a small spelling change in certain conjugations. For the most part, these verbs are conjugated just like regular –are verbs, other than a little problem in some conjugations that must be corrected for reasons of pronunciation. It’s easy enough to do, once you understand why and how.
The letter combination GL has two pronunciations.
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The distinction between tu and Lei is one of the most confounding aspects of Italian, and one of the most basic. The influence it has on verb conjugations and pronouns is considerable, but more than that, the choice of tu or Lei is a matter of etiquette.
The letter combination SCH is pronounced [sk] as in “scheme.”
Italian verbs that end in –iare are conjugated very similarly to regular
–are verbs, other than a small spelling change in certain conjugations.