Greek protesters, police clash
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Lesson #037, Tuesday capire = to understand finire = to finish, to end preferire = to prefer To conjugate these types of verbs, you will drop the 'ire' and: io = add 'isco' tu = add 'isci' Lei/lui/lei = add 'isce' noi = add 'iamo' voi = add 'ite' loro = add 'iscono' Then to conjugate the verb 'capire': io capisco tu capisci Lei/lui/lei capisce noi capiamo voi capite loro capiscono Il ragazzo capi
capire = to understand
finire = to finish, to end
preferire = to prefer
To conjugate these types of verbs, you will drop the 'ire' and:
io = add 'isco'
tu = add 'isci'
Lei/lui/lei = add 'isce'
noi = add 'iamo'
voi = add 'ite'
loro = add 'iscono'
Then to conjugate the verb 'capire':
Il ragazzo capi
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