Meaning/Meaning: irregular verbs are those that do not follow, in their inflection, the same or the typical representation of the conjugation to which they belong. The irregularity may consist of:
1) changing the verbal root;
2) in changing the usual endings;
3) changing the root and endings at the same time.
Abbiamo comes as follows in irregolari verbi: andare (1st coniugazione), sapere (2nd coniugazione) and venire (3rd coniugazione)./ We have as examples the following irregular verbs: andare = go (1st conjugation), sapere = know (2nd conjugation) and venire = come (3rd conjugation).
Person of Discourse ANDARE SAPERE VENIRE Io
Venite Loro shoe
Observation:/ Observation: In the Italian language, most irregular verbs are inserted in the 2nd conjugation. Knowing this, there is no other way than to memorize each conjugation.
- It’s interesting to see the coniugazione dei verbi seguenti, giacché sono irregolari:/ It’s interesting that you see the conjugation of some verbs below, since they are irregular:
1st coniugazione: dare (to give), stare (to be)
2nd connection: essere (to be), fare (to do)
3rd coniugazione: salire (go up), uscire (go out)
* Don’t forget that it is very important to have a book of verbs so that you can clarify your doubts regarding verbal conjugation, as there are verbs, such as ‘fare’, which despite ending in the 1st conjugation, are part of the 2nd conjugation.
Person of Discourse DARE STARE Io
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Disagreement person FARE ESSERE Io
Person of Discourse USCIRE SALIRE Io
* The verb conjugation that appears underlinedcorresponds to the irregularity in each person of the verb.
Isabela Reis de Paula
Graduated in Literature with specialization in Portuguese and Italian
From the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro – UFRJ