Italian Verbs

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Learn Italian Verbs

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Drill yourself and master your Italian verb conjugation tables MORE EFFICIENTLY with Brainscape’s Italian Verbs flashcards, compiled using top textbooks, test banks, tutors, and practice exams. Study online or in Brainscape’s mobile app and become more fluent by the day!

Brainscape's Italian Verbs flashcards cover more than 5,400 Italian verbs, their conjugations, and pronouns, based on our analysis of many years' worth of exams and our consultations with several test prep experts, tutors, and top students.

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# Deck Name Num. of Cards
1

Italian Verbs Basics

This deck provides a rundown of the basic rules that govern Italian grammar and conjugation. You will learn about the main verb groups, subject pronouns, reflexive verbs and pronouns, irregular verbs, impersonal verbs, negation, the passive voice, and the regular conjugation endings for the tenses presented in the other decks of this product.

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2

Key Italian Verbs

Use this deck to drill yourself on the most common few hundred Italian verbs. Note that irregular verbs are marked with an asterisk.

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3

Present Tense

Learn the present tense conjugations for the most useful verbs in Italian. The present tense -- or presente in Italian -- is used to express conditions, present actions, habitual actions, possession, and relationships.

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4

Present Perfect Tense

Learn the present perfect conjugations for the most useful verbs in Italian. The present perfect -- or passato prossimo -- is a compound tense that expresses actions that happened recently, or that happened long ago but still have ties to the present.

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5

Imperfect Tense

Learn the imperfect conjugations for the most useful and frequently-used Italian verbs. The imperfect tense -- or imperfetto -- is used for actions that last an indefinite amount of time in the past, for habitual actions in the past, or for describing time, age, and weather in the past.

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Past Perfect Tense

Learn the past perfect conjugations of the most common Italian verbs. The past perfect -- or trapassato prossimo -- is a compound tense used to describe actions that happened at different times in the past. It is formed with the imperfect form of the auxiliary verb and the past participle of the verb in question.

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7

Simple Past Tense

Learn the simple past conjugations of the most common verbs in Italian. The simple past -- or passato remoto -- is a simple tense that is typically used to describe the distant past, or historical events.

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8

Remote Pluperfect Tense

Use this deck to learn the remote pluperfect conjugations of the most common Italian verbs. The remote pluperfect can also be called the preterite perfect, and is called the trapassato remoto in Italian. It is a compound tense that is used to refer to things that happened before a particular point of reference in the past.

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9

Future Tense

Learn the future-tense conjugations of the most common 300 Italian verbs. The future tense -- or futuro semplice -- is used to describe actions that will take place in the future.

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10

Future Perfect Tense

Learn the future perfect conjugations of the most common Italian verbs. The future perfect -- or futuro anteriore -- is a compound tense that is used to express notions like, "I will have already seen him." It is formed with the future-tense form of the auxiliary verb and the past participle of the verb in question.

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11

Present Subjunctive Tense

Use this deck to learn the present subjunctive conjugations of the 300 most common Italian verbs. The present subjunctive -- or congiuntivo presente -- is increasingly rare in English, but it is very common in Italian. It expresses possibility and doubt, as well as emotion, feelings, and wishes. There are many phrases that call for the use of the subjunctive, some of which are outlined in the Italian Verbs Basics deck.

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Past Subjunctive Tense

Learn the past subjunctive conjugations of the most common Italian verbs. The past subjunctive -- or congiuntivo passato -- is a compound tense formed with the present subjunctive of the auxiliary verb and the past participle of the main verb.

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13

Imperfect Subjunctive Tense

Learn the imperfect subjunctive conjugations of the most common Italian verbs. The imperfect subjunctive -- or congiuntivo imperfetto -- is a simple (non-compound) tense that is used whenever the dependent clause has a verb in either the conditional or a past tense.

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Pluperfect Subjunctive Tense

Learn the pluperfect subjunctive conjugations for the most common Italian verbs. Also known as the past perfect subjunctive, the pluperfect subjunctive is called the congiuntivo trapassato in Italian. It is a compound tense that is formed by pairing the imperfect subjunctive of the auxiliary verb with the past participle of the main verb.

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Present Conditional Tense

Learn the present conditional conjugations of the most common Italian verbs. The present conditional -- or condizionale presente -- is used to describe something that is dependent on some condition. In English, we express the conditional with the construction "would" + verb.

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Past Conditional Tense

Use this deck to learn the past conditional conjugations of the most common verbs in Italian. The past conditional is also known as the conditional perfect, and is called the condizionale passato in Italian. It is a compound tense formed by pairing the present conditional of the auxiliary verb with the past participle of the main verb.

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Imperative Tense

Learn the imperative conjugations of the most common verbs in Italian. The imperative -- or imperativo -- is used to give commands. As you cannot really give orders to yourself, it does not exist in the first-person singular. For some verbs, it does not exist at all.

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Gerund

Use this deck to learn the gerunds of the most common verbs in Italian. The gerund -- or gerundio -- is essentially the "-ing" verb form in English.

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Past Participles

Use this deck to drill yourself on the past participles of the most common Italian verbs. Learning each past participle -- or participio passato -- is very useful as they are needed to form compound tenses.

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