Vedere – to see

Vedere - to see
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Seeing an Italian verb

Vedere is one of the most common Italian verbs and is used much like its English equivalent: "to see."

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Cosa vedi?   What do you see?
Vedo le lettere.   I see the letters.
Non vedo niente.   I don’t see anything.

Vedere = to see, understand

Vedi la differenza?   Do you see the difference?
Sì, ora la vedo.   Yes, I see it now.

Vedere = to see, witness, experience, live through

Mia nonna ha visto il crollo dell’Unione Sovietica.   My grandmother saw the collapse of the Soviet Union.
Non ho mai visto tanta maleducazione!   I’ve never seen such rudeness!

Vedere present tense conjugations

Vedere is a regular –ere verb:

io vedo   noi  vediamo
tu vedi   voi vedete
lui, lei vede   loro vedono

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Vedere - Italian verb

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