Beginner Course - Verbs

3. Il verbo FARE - to do

The verb FARE is among the most generic and frequent verbs in the Italian language, it means to do, make, prepare, execute, or carry out; it is used in its actual meaning or as a substitute for more specific verbs, and in many set expressions.

It’s an irregular verb, but we will provide a few tips to help you remember how to conjugate it in the most common tenses: PRESENTE, FUTURO SEMPLICE, PASSATO PROSSIMO, IMPERFETTO, CONGIUNTIVO PRESENTE, CONDIZIONALE PRESENTE.

We will learn a few synonyms to avoid overusing the verb FARE, and finally we'll explain several idioms and set phrases.

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In this lesson:

  • How to conjugate FARE
  • Overusing the verb FARE
  • Idiomatic expressions



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