Common Italian irregular verbs – Presente Indicativo

Learn some frequently used Italian irregular verbs – simple present. Enjoy the quiz!

As a beginner, you should learn the present tense of some important Italian irregular verbs. If your level is intermediate or advanced, a second look will help you to remember some basics.

The verbs of our choice are:

Before we start:

Dovere, potere, volere and sapere (as “to know how to”) are the main Italian modal verbs.

It’s always beneficial to mention that conjugations made of just two words (e.g. Lui va, Lei fa etc) don’t need any accent mark like Lui và, Lei fà. The only exception is Lui/Lei dà.

Personal pronouns are in order: IO – TU – LUI/LEI – NOI – VOI – LORO.

  • faccio
  • fai
  • fa
  • facciamo
  • fate
  • fanno

  • sto
  • stai
  • sta
  • stiamo
  • state
  • stanno

  • so
  • sai
  • sa
  • sappiamo
  • sapete
  • sanno

  • vado
  • vai
  • va
  • andiamo
  • andate
  • vanno

  • vengo
  • vieni
  • viene
  • veniamo
  • venite
  • vengono

  • devo
  • devi
  • deve
  • dobbiamo
  • dovete
  • devono

  • posso
  • puoi
  • può
  • possiamo
  • potete
  • possono

  • voglio
  • vuoi
  • vuole
  • vogliamo
  • volete
  • vogliono

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