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Present Tense of Verbs Ending in -are in Italian – Presente dei Verbi che Terminano in -are

The majority of verbs in Italian end in -are, like parlare (“to speak”). They are said to belong to the first conjugation. (There are also verbs that end in -ere and -ire. These belong to the second and third conjugations respectively). To conjugate a verb in Italian, you need to remove the -are, -ere, -ire ending from the infinitive (the […]

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Introduce people in Italian

 “L’abito non fa il monaco” Italian proverb This means literally “the habit does not make the monk” which means the it is not possible to judge things by external appearances alone; similar to the English idiom you can’t judge a book by its cover. But let’s be honest. We always “judge” or get an idea when we get to know […]

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