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In Italian there are a lot of irregular verbs belonging to the second conjugation (ending in -ere).
The most used ones are:
These verbs are irregular because they do not follow any grammatical rule.
This is why their conjugation has to be studied by heart.
Despite the fact that these verbs are irregular, we could find some common features between them.
Let's see together some of their behaviors.
As you saw for the first conjugation, also in the second one there are verbs that change their root irregularly.
Remember! The root does not change for all the persons in all the tenses. You have to learn the differences by heart.
Moreover, some verbs use to change their endings.
Therefore, there are also verbs that change their past participle form:
Usually, you could understand if a second conjugation verb is irregular from its suffix.
Below you can find a list of some irregular verbs that can be distinguished from their endings.
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|2 Conjugation of leggere (to read) in Italian||A lesson on the Italian irregular verb leggere (to read)|
|3 Conjugation of mettere (to put) in Italian||A lesson on the Italian irregular verb mettere (to put)|
|4 Conjugation of piacere (to like) in Italian||A lesson on the conjugation of the Italian verb piacere (to like)|
|5 Conjugation of rimanere (to remain, to stay) in Italian||This is a course about the conjugation of the Italian verb rimanere (to remain).|
|6 Conjugation of conoscere (to know) in Italian||This is a course about the conjugation of the Italian verb conoscere (to know).|
|7 Conjugation of scrivere (to write) in Italian||This is a course about the conjugation of the irregular verb scrivere (to write) in Italian.|
|8 Conjugation of vivere (to live) in Italian||This is a course about the conjugation of the verb vivere (to live) in Italian.|
|9 Conjugation of chiudere (to close, to shut) in Italian||A lesson on the Italian irregular verb chiudere (to close, to shut)|
|10 Conjugation of prendere (to take, to catch) in Italian||A lesson on the Italian irregular verb prendere (to take, to catch)|
|11 Conjugation of bere (to drink) in Italian||A lesson on the Italian irregular verb bere (to drink)|
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