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Subject pronouns are a type of personal pronoun that indicate who or what is performing the action of a verb.
Most regular Italian verbs that end in -ire require -isc- in four of their conjugations.
Learn the Italian numbers and how to count from 0 to 99.
Italian verbs that end in -ire are divided into two groups, both considered regular. The first group is smaller and has similar endings to regular -ere verbs.
Verbs that end in -ere are the second category of regular Italian verbs.
The largest category of regular Italian verbs are those that end in -are.
The Italian definite article (il, lo, la, i, gli, le) indicates either a particular noun or, contrarily, the general sense of a noun.