In this tutorial we’re going to take a look at conjugating the Italian verb sentire which can mean both “to feel” or “to hear”.
To use the form of sentire that refers to feeling, we need a little more grammar, which we’ll look at later.
In this lesson we’ll see:
Conjugation of Regular -Are Verbs
|Personal Pronoun||Verb Ending|
“To Feel” or to “Hear” in Italian
Sentire in Italian means to hear.
“I Feel” or “I Hear” in Italian
Io sento in Italian means I feel or I hear.
“You Feel” or “You Hear” in Italian
Tu senti in Italian means you feel or you hear.
Italian for “He Feels” or “He Hears”
Lui sente means he feels or he hears.
Italian for “She Feels” or “She Hears”
Lei sente means she feels or she sleeps.
“We Feel” or “We Hear” in Italian
Noi sentiamo in Italian means we feel or we hear.
“You Feel” or “You Hear” in Plural
Voi sentite is the Italian plural form of you feel or you hear.
Italian for “They Feel” or “They Hear”
Loro sentono means they feel or they hear.
Translate the following sentences into Italian.
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- We hear the dog.
- Why can’t we hear the cat?
- I hear something.
- Sentiamo il cane.
- Perché non sentiamo il gatto?
- Sento qualcosa.