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-ARE VERBS

ITALIAN VERBS

QuestionAnswer
ABITARE TO LIVE
ASCOLTARE TO LISTEN; TO LISTEN TO
BALLARE TO DANCE
CAMBIARE TO CHANGE; TO EXCHANGE
COMINCIARE TO BEGIN; TO START
DOMANDARE TO ASK; TO ASK FOR
GUARDARE TO WATCH; TO LOOK AT
INIZIARE TO BEGIN; TO INITIATE
MOSTRARE TO SHOW
NUOTARE TO SWIM
STUDIARE TO STUDY
SUONARE TO PLAY A MUSICAL INSTRUMENT
TROVARE TO FIND
VOLARE TO FLY
AIUTARE TO HELP
ARRIVARE TO ARRIVE
CANTARE TO SING
CELEBRARE TO CELEBRATE
COMPRARE TO BUY
CUCINARE TO COOK
COSTARE TO COST
FESTEGGIARE TO FEAST
FREQUENTARE TO ATTEND (TO FREQUENT)
GIOCARE TO PLAY A GAME OR SPORT
LAVARE TO WASH
LAVORARE TO WORK
MANGIARE TO EAT
PARLARE TO SPEAK
INCONTRARE TO MEET
ASPETTARE TO WAIT;TO WAIT FOR
CERCARE TO SEARCH; TO LOOK FOR
IMPARARE TO LEARN
GUADAGNARE TO EARN
GUIDARE TO DRIVE
SCHERZARE TO JOKE; TO PLAY A JOKE OR TRICK
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