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Present tense in Italian

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asked by
Sandra
published
almost 3 years ago

How does the present simple work in Italian? I want to learn the present simple (presente) in Italian but I can't really understand it.

How similar is it to English? How do you conjugate it?

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answered by
Davi
published
almost 3 years ago

The present simple in Italian is fairly similar to English and other languages. It's used for expressing present actions. But it can also be used for expressing the future!

Penso a cosa posso fare I think about what I can do

Domani lo faccio. Tomorrow I'll do it.

In order to conjugate it, you need to change the ending part of the verb for the most part. You can see the conjugation here together with many other things: Italian Grammar Overview

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