Beginner Course - Grammar Lessons

3. Verb Conjugation & First Conjugation -ARE

Verb conjugation is very important in Italian, and it's probably one of the most complex grammar topics. But what does it mean? To conjugate verbs means to change a verb ending according to person, number, tense, and mood; in this video we explain these basic concepts and the principles of verb conjugation in Italian in very easy terms.

Italian has 3 groups of verbs that are conjugated differently, according to their ending in the infinitive form: verbs ending in -ARE, -ERE, and -IRE. Here we learn to conjugate verbs belonging to the 1st group, -ARE, in the present simple, and we provide several examples.

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In this lesson:

  • What does it mean to conjugate verbs?
  • First conjugation - Verbs ending in -ARE


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