I keep saying how easy it is to conugate the Italian regular verbs. And this video lesson is going to prove it one more time.
As we saw in the past lesson about the verbs of the first goup, when we conjugate the Italian regular verbs we need two things:
the stem (or the non-changing part) and the desinence (or the changing part).
In order to spot the stem of the verbs of the second group, we need to take away -ERE.
Then, what comes next, in the conjugation, is called desinence, and it’s the part that changes for any subject.
The desinences of the verbs of the second group are:
This video lesson is going to show you the conjugation of three verbs:
chiedere (to ask)
prendere (to take)
correre (to run)
Once you know how to conjugate them, you can conjugate all the Italian regular verbs of the second group.
Are you ready?
Press play to watch the video lesson and play the game after watching the video.
HOW TO CONJUGATE THE ITALIAN REGULAR VERBS OF THE SECOND GROUP
Here you have a crossword puzzle.
When you click on each number, you will find a subject and a verb in the infinitive.
Type in the conjugated verb. 😉
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