Let’s take a look at a really essential regular -are verb, parlare.
In this lesson we’ll see:
Conjugation of Regular -Are Verbs
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How to Say “Speak” in Italian
Parlare in Italian means to speak.
“I Speak” in Italian
Io parlo in Italian means I speak.
“You Speak” in Italian
Tu parli in Italian means you speak.
Italian for “He Speaks”
Lui parla means he speaks.
Italian for “She Speaks”
Lei parla means she speaks.
“We Speak” in Italian
Noi parliamo in Italian means we speak.
“You Speak” in Plural
Voi parlate is the Italian plural form of you speak.
Italian for “They Speak”
Loro parlano means they speak.
Translate the following sentences into English.
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- Lei parla con i gatti perché ama i gatti.
- Io parlo con le anatre e voi parlate con Marco.
- Tu parli troppo!
- Perché parli?
- Non parlare!
- Parlate solo voi!
- She speaks with (to) the cats because she loves the cats.
- I speak with (to) the ducks and they speak with (to) Mark.
- You speak too much!
- Why do you speak?
- Do not speak!
- Only you (plural) speak!