One of the first things any Italian learner needs to know is how to conjugate Italian verbs. Once you have a handle on this, moving between tenses and mastering vocabulary will come much more naturally.
In this video, the second part of a series (here is the first part), Live Lingua Italian teacher Luisa takes viewers how to conjugate Italian verbs and offers
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