Ciao a tutti! Sono Taras. È voi? – Hello everyone, I’m Taras. And you?
As we know from previous lesson 5, there are 3 type of verbs in Italian: ending on -are, -ere and -ire. Like parlare (to speak), scrivere (to write) and aprire (to open). Today we gonna learn how to transform the third type of verbs, ending on -ire.
Ciao a tutti! Sono professore d’Italiano :) He-he, I’m kidding.
As we know, verbs in italian change their’s form in conjunction with different pronouns. We already know how to change the verbs ending on -are: parlare, studiare, amare. But, not all italian verbs end on -are!
There are 3 types of verbs in Italian:
ending on -are (parlare – to speak, studiare – to study, amare – to love)
-ere (scrivere – to write, vivere – lo live, prendere – to take)
-ire (partire – to leave, dormire – to sleep, aprire – to open)
+irregular special cases. But they also end on -are, -ere and -ire.
Each type has it’s own transformation rules. And this is something that we need to remember.