the verb fare in italian

In the Italian language, the verb ‘fare’ means ‘to do.’

Here in this video, Live Lingua Italian teacher Luisa walks us through the basic conjugations and tenses of the verb, and in a dose of incredible productivity, uses it in a number of sentences as well.

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