Some Italian verbs followed by the preposition “di” can support a second verb (infinitive) and describe decisions, thoughts, opinions, hope and much more. Learn with some examples.
Penso di andare al cinema… I think I’ll go to the movies. This is just an example of verbs followed by the preposition DI and then by another verb completing the sense of an action. Learn more reading some good examples and try to translate them. Ask for help in the comments in you want and try the final quiz!
If you like this topic, please have a look at similar verbs supporting the preposition “A”.
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