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Italian verb conjugation (third person singular [he])

Italian verbs are conjugated for each person. The conjugation typically consists of an ending placed on the verb stem. For the third person singular however, Italian verbs typically have no ending.

Examples for using Italian Verbs

Lui vede il ragazzo
He sees the boy
lui aiuta
he helps
lui segue
he follows
lui mette
he puts
lui dice
he says

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Basic words and phrases in Italian

Get by in Italian with these basic Italian words & phrases.

It is early.

È presto.

It is midnight.

È mezzanotte.

I have time.

Ho tempo.

It is five o'clock.

Sono le cinque.

We have time.

Abbiamo tempo.

What time is it ?

Che ora è ?

It is noon.

È mezzogiorno.

One moment please.

Un momento per favore.