Let’s take a look at the conjugation of the Italian verb “vedere” (to see).
In this lesson we’ll see:
Conjugation of Regular -Ere Verbs
|Personal Pronoun||Verb Ending|
“To See” in Italian
Vedere in Italian means to see.
“I See” in Italian
Io vedo in Italian means I see.
“You See” in Italian
Tu vedi in Italian means you see.
Italian for “He Sees”
Lui vede means he sees.
Italian for “She Sees”
Lei vede means she sees.
“We See” in Italian
Noi vediamo in Italian means we see.
“You See” in Plural
Voi vedete is the Italian plural form of you see.
Italian for “They love”
Loro prendono means they see.
Translate the following sentences into English.
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- Lei vede lui.
- Vedi quella casa?
- Io vedo una casa.
- Il cane non vede il gatto.
- She sees him.
- Can you see that house?
- I see a house.
- The dog does not see the cat.