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You conjugate them and then the verb that follows is the infinitive. For example: Devo fare la spesa. (dey-voh fah-reh lah speh-zah) I need to go (food) shopping. Voglio dormire! (vohl-yoh dohr-mee-reh) I want to sleep! Posso andare a bere? (pohs-soh ahn-dah-reh ah beh-reh) May I go get a drink? Conjugation Pronunciation Translation dovere doh-veh-reh to have to, must, ought to, need to io devo io dey-voh I must, I should, I ought to, I need to tu devi tooh dey-vee lui/lei deve looh-ee/ley dey-veh noi dobbiamo noi dohb-byah-moh voi dovete voi doh-veh-teh loro devono loh-roh deh-voh-noh volere voh-leh-reh io voglio io vohl-yoh tu vuoi tooh vwoi lui/lei vuole looh-ee/ley vwoh-leh noi vogliamo noi vohl-yah-moh voi volete voi voh-leh-teh loro vogliono loh-roh vohl-yoh-noh potere poh-teh-reh io posso ee-oh pohs-soh tu puoi tooh pwoi lui/lei può looh-ee/ley pwoh noi possiamo noi pohs-syah-moh voi potete voi poh-teh-teh loro possono loh-roh pohs-soh-noh to want to be able to, can, may 37 38 Part I: Getting Started Presenting the Simple Tenses: Past, Present, and Future Clearly, people don’t use just one tense.

To say both hello and good-bye. Just mind the time of day! ✓ Buonanotte bwoh-nah-noht-teh Good-night! (Use only when parting for the night and going to bed) Buonanotte ragazzi! bwoh-nah-noht-teh rah-gaht-tsee Good night, guys! bwoh-nah johr-nah-tah Have a good day! ✓ Buona giornata! You often use this phrase when you’re leaving somebody or saying goodbye on the phone. ✓ Buona serata! bwoh-nah seh-rah-tah Have a good evening! Like buona giornata, you use buona serata when you’re leaving someone or saying good-bye on the phone, if that person is your friend.

Chapter 2: Jumping Into the Basics of Italian Personal pronouns Several types of personal pronouns exist. Presently, the most important ones for you are the subject pronouns, which refer to I, you, he, she, it, we, or they. Every verb form refers to one of these pronouns, as the following section points out. Table 2-3 lists the subject pronouns. Table 2-3 Subject Pronouns Pronoun Pronunciation Translation io ee-oh I tu tooh you lui looh-ee he lei ley she noi noi we voi voi you loro loh-roh they Italians often drop subject pronouns because the verb ending shows what the subject is.

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