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Gli 11 verbi più comuni
There are thousands of Italian verbs, but some are far more important than others. Be sure you know how to conjugate and use the 11 most common Italian verbs. Click any verb for the detailed lesson.
ESSERE – to be
Sono stanco. – I’m tired.
STARE – to be
Sto a casa. – I’m at home.
AVERE – to have
Ho un cane. – I have a dog.
FARE – to do, to make
Faccio i piatti. – I’m doing the dishes.
ANDARE – to go
Vado all banca. – I’m going to the bank.
DIRE – to say, to tell
Ti dico la verità. – I’m telling you the truth.
VEDERE – to see
Vedo le stelle. – I see the stars.
SAPERE – to know
So il suo indirizzo. – I know his address.
POTERE – can, to be able to
Posso lavorare oggi. – I can work today.
VENIRE – to come
Vengo a mezzogiorno. – I’m coming at noon.
DOVERE – must, to have to
Devo studiare. – I have to study.
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