In this tutorial we’re going to start looking at verbs ending in “ire”. Our first conjugation will be with the Italian verb dormire which means “to sleep”.
In this lesson we’ll see:
Conjugation of Regular -Are Verbs
|Personal Pronoun||Verb Ending|
“To Sleep” in Italian
Dormire in Italian means to sleep.
“I Sleep” in Italian
Io dormo in Italian means I sleep.
“You Sleep” in Italian
Tu dormi in Italian means you sleep.
Italian for “He Sleeps”
Lui dorme means he sleeps.
Italian for “She Sleeps”
Lei dorme means she sleeps.
“We Sleep” in Italian
Noi dormiamo in Italian means we sleep.
“You Sleep” in Plural
Voi dormite is the Italian plural form of you sleep.
Italian for “They Sleep”
Loro dormono means they sleep.
Translate the following sentences into Italian.
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- He eats and she sleeps.
- We love to sleep.
- Why don’t you (in plural) sleep?
- It is too early to sleep.
- I would like to sleep.
- Lui mangia e lei dorme
- Noi amiamo dormire
- Perché non dormite?
- È troppo presto per dormire.
- Vorrei dormire.