Let’s take a look at another example of a regular -are verb.

Conjugation of Regular -Are Verbs

Personal Pronoun Verb Ending
Io -o
Tu -i
Lui -a
Lei -a
Noi -iamo
Voi -iate
Loro -iano

“To Love” in Italian

Amare in Italian means to love.


“I Love” in Italian

Io amo in Italian means I love.

Io amo

“You Love” in Italian

Tu ami in Italian means you love.

Tu ami

Italian for “He Loves”

Lui ama means he loves.

Lui ama

Italian for “She Loves”

Lei ama means she loves.

Lei ama

“We Love” in Italian

Noi amiamo in Italian means we love.

Noi amiamo

“You Love” in Plural

Voi amate is the Italian plural form of you love.

Voi amate

Italian for “They love”

Loro amano means they love.

Loro amano


Translate the following sentences into Italian.

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  1. He loves the dogs.
  2. She loves the cats.
  3. We love to eat.
  4. You (plural) love the pizza.
  5. They love us.
  6. I love Mark.
  7. You love to eat the pizza.
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  1. Lui ama i cani.
  2. Lei ama i gatti.
  3. Noi amiamo mangiare.
  4. Voi amate la pizza.
  5. Loro amano noi.
  6. Io amo Marco!
  7. Tu ami mangiare la pizza.

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