In this tutorial we’re going to see the second -ere verb which will be “to read”.
In this lesson we’ll see:
Conjugation of Regular -Ere Verbs
|Personal Pronoun||Verb Ending|
“To Read” in Italian
Leggere in Italian means to read.
“I Read” in Italian
Io leggo in Italian means I read.
“You Read” in Italian
Tu leggi in Italian means you leggi.
Italian for “He Reads”
Lui legge means he reads.
Italian for “She Reads”
Lei legge means she reads.
“We Read” in Italian
Noi leggiamo in Italian means we read.
“You Read” in Plural
Voi leggete is the Italian plural form of you read.
Italian for “They Read”
Loro leggono means they read.
Translate the following sentences into Italian.
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- I am reading a book.
- They are reading two books.
- I like reading!
- Why aren`t you reading? (to a group of people)
- Io leggo un libro.
- Loro leggono due libri.
- Mi piace leggere!
- Perché non leggete?