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-are Verb Present Tense Conjugation

In Italian, there are three main conjugation groups: -are, -ere, and -ire. The first of these, -are, is very common. Some examples include: giocare (to play), studiare (to study), and pagare (to pay). There are six forms for -are in the present tense. io (first person, singular: I) tu (second person, singular: You) Lei, lei/lui…

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