In this tutorial we’ll start looking at Italian verbs that end in “ere”. These have a slightly different conjugation to the verbs that end in “are”.Prendere is often used in cafés and restaurants where you’d use “I’ll have” in English. For example, prendo un caffè means “I’ll have a coffee”.
In this lesson we’ll see:
Conjugation of Regular -Ere Verbs
|Personal Pronoun||Verb Ending|
“To Learn” in Italian
Prendere in Italian means to take.
“I Take” in Italian
Io prendo in Italian means I take.
“You Take” in Italian
Tu prendi in Italian means you take.
Italian for “He Takes”
Lui prende means he takes.
Italian for “She Takes”
Lei prende means she takes.
“We Take” in Italian
Noi prendiamo in Italian means we take.
“You Take” in Plural
Voi prendete is the Italian plural form of you take.
Italian for “They love”
Loro prendono means they take.
Translate the following sentences into Italian.
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- You’re having a coffee (“You take a coffee”).
- She takes a cake.
- They take the pizza.
- He takes a dog.
- I take a thing.
- Tu prendi un caffè.
- Lei prende una torta.
- Loro prendono la pizza.
- Lui prende un grande.
- Io prendo una cosa.