conjugating italian verbs

Travelers to Italy must grasp conjugating Italian verbs if they want to communicate with locals on their trip. You can totally do it — conjugating Italian verbs is actually much easier than verb conjugation in many other languages.

This video is the third in a three-part series from Live Lingua Italian teacher Luisa, where she walks us through the basics of conjugating Italian verbs with simple English translations.

For those who may have missed parts one and two, here they are:

Video One

Video Two

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