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Italian verb conjugations - online exercises

Here you can practice the Italian verb conjugations and quickly improve your skills! Exercises can be adapted to fit all learners from beginners to advanced levels. Check out the different types of exercises below - and try for yourself!


  • Learn the conjugations of the Italian verbs
    You can practice with more than 500 Italian verbs in all conjugations.

    Example: How do you conjugate essere (to be) in presente (present tense)?
    Fill in the right form of the verb and click on check.

    Verb: essere
    English: be
    presente
     
    (io)
    (tu)
    (lui/lei)
    (noi)
    (voi)
    (loro)




  • Practice the Italian verbs across conjugations
    You can be tested in multiple conjugations at one time. You choose yourself which verbs, persons and conjugations to include in the exercises. In the example below you are tested in the 1. and 2. person of avere (to have) in three conjugations:


    Verb: avere
    English: have
    presente
     
    (io)
    (tu)
    condizionale
     
    (io)
    (tu)
    imperfetto
     
    (io)
    (tu)




  • Questions and answers with the Italian verbs
    In these exercises you are challenged to recognize the conjugation used in the question and then fill in the verb in the answer. You decide which conjugations to include in the exercises. Below we have chosen presente, condizionale and imperfetto. Try to fill in the right form of the verb in the answer:

    cosa hai fatto?
    [...] la spesa
    cosa = what
    fare = do
    fare la spesa =



  • Rewrite from singular to plural
    Here you are challenged to recognize the verb form and rewrite it from singular to plural form (or vice versa).
    You can work with one conjugation at a time as in the following examples in presente:

    scrive un racconto?
    [...] un racconto?
    scrivere = write
    racconto = story, tale



    Or you can include multiple conjugations and thereby be challenged to regognize the conjugation as well.
    In the following examples we have chosen presente, condizionale and imperfetto:

    andrebbero al cinema?
    [...] al cinema?
    andare = go
    cinema = cinema



  • Exercises with passato prossimo
    The site offers advanced tools for practicing passato prossimo.


    capire (io, f)
    [...]
    capire = understand


    Read more about passato prossimo


 
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