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Italian avere

avere, 2nd conj, piacere

QuestionAnswer
avere to have
I have io ho
you have tu hai
you have; he/she/it has Lei,lui,lei ha
we have noi abbiamo
you have (plural) voi avete
they have loro hanno
to be...years old avere anni
I am 20 years old io ho venti anni
to need avere bisogno di
to feel hot avere caldo
to be hungry (f) avere fame
to be in a hurry avere fretta
to be afraid (of) avere paura (di)
to be right avere ragione
to be thirsty avere sete
to be sleepy avere sonno
to be wrong avere torto
to feel like avere voglia di
Use di before a noun or a verb with the expressions avere bisogno, avere paura, and avere voglia, the verb that follows must be in infinitive form. Example: Do you feel like playing cards? Example: I'm afraid of thunder Hai voglia di giocare a carte? Ho paura del tuono
To use the adverbs sempre (always) and spesso (often), place them directly after the verb. Example: Are you always right? Avete sempre ragione
We're often in a hurry. And you? Abbiamo spesso fretta. E tu?
leggere to read
I read io leggo
you read tu leggi
you read; he/she/it reads Lei/lui/lei legge
we read noi leggiamo
you read (plural) voi leggete
they read loro leggono
to please (express likes and dislikes) piacere
I like summer Mi piace l'estate
I like to paint Mi piace dipingere
you like summer Ti piace l'estate
You like to paint Ti piace dipingere
You like summer Le piace l'estate
You like to paint Le piace dipingere
He likes summer Gli piace l'estate
He likes to paint Gli piace dipingere
She likes summer Le piace l'estate
She likes to paint Le piace dipingere
We like summer Ci piace l'estate
We like to paint Ci piace dipingere
You like summer (plural) Vi piace l'estate
You like to paint (plural) Vi piace dipingere
They like summer Gli piace l'estate
They like to paint Gli piace dipingere
I like storms Mi piacciono i temporali
You like storms Ti piacciono i temporali
He likes storms Gli piacciono i temporali
She likes storms Le piacciono i temporali
We like storms Ci piacciono i temporali
You like storms (plural) Vi piacciono i temporali
They like storms Gli piacciono i temporali
Partire To leave
I leave io parto
you leave tu parti
you leave; he/she/it leaves Lei,lui,lei parte
We leave Noi partiamo
you leave (plural) voi partite
they leave loro partono
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