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Italian Lesson n.13 - The present indicative tense of the verbs in -ire (regular and irregular)





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Uploaded on Mar 28, 2009

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After verbs in -are and -ere here we go with verbs in -ire. They almost have the same endings with the ones in -ere even if you will see that most of verbs of the third conjugation add an -isc- suffix... it's easy though =P. In the next lessons we will focus more on Italian sentences and expressions ;).
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