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Italian conjugation present tense and -isc- verbs

Il presente e le tre coniugazioni regolari:

Parl-are

Legg-ere

Part-ire

Io

Parl-o

Io

Legg- o

Io

Part- o

Tu

Parl-i

Tu

Legg- i

Tu

Part- i

Lui/Lei

Parl-a

Lui/Lei

Legg-e

Lui/Lei

Part-e

Noi

Parl-iamo

Noi

Legg- iamo

Noi

Part- iamo

Voi

Parl-ate

Voi

Legg-ete

Voi

Part-ite

Loro

Parl-ano

Loro

Legg-ono

Loro

Part-ono

In Italian, as you know, there are three regular conjugation-are ; -ere ; -ire.

But we have to type of third conjugation:

– ire like Partire (= to leave); Dormire (= to sleep); Offrire (= to offer)
– ire like Finire (= to finish); Capire (= to understand);Pulire (= to clean); Spedire (= to send/to mail); in which we insert -isc

Here is the third conjugation in -isc-

I

Io

Cap-isc-o

You

Tu

Cap-isc-i

He/She

Lui/Lei

Cap-isc-e

We

Noi

Cap-iamo

You pl.

Voi

Cap-ite

They

Loro

Cap-isc-ono

Look at the list of regular verbs

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