• Italian grammar
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  • 1 Italian alphabet and pronunciation (letters,...)
  • 2 Function of Italian words (subject, object)
  • 3 Italian articles (the/a, an) [0/16]
  • 4 Italian numbers (cardinal, ordinal) [0/7]
  • 5 Italian nouns [0/13]
  • 6 Italian adjectives [0/17]
  • 6.1 Adjective agreement in Italian (endings) [0/2]
  • 6.2 Qualifying adjectives in Italian [0/3]
  • 6.3 Possessive adjectives in Italian (my, your, his/her...) [0/3]
  • 6.4 Demonstrative adjectives in Italian (this, that) [0/2]
  • 6.5 Indefinite adjectives in Italian (some, any...) [0/3]
  • 6.6 Numeral adjectives in Italian (one, the first...) [0/2]
  • 6.7 Interrogative adjectives in Italian (what/which,...) [0/2]
  • 6.8 List of adjectives in Italian (A-Z)
  • 7 Italian pronouns [0/28]
  • 7.1 Personal pronouns in Italian [0/6]
  • 7.2 Relative pronouns (who, that, which, ...) in Italian [0/4]
  • 7.3 Possessive pronouns in Italian (mine, yours, his, ...) [0/4]
  • 7.4 Demonstrative pronouns (this, that, ...) in Italian [0/3]
  • 7.5 Indefinite pronouns (few, some, many, ...) in Italian [0/4]
  • 7.6 Interrogative pronouns (who, what, which) in Italian [0/4]
  • 7.7 Reflexive pronouns in Italian (myself, each other) [0/3]
  • 8 Italian prepositions [0/25]
  • 8.1 Italian simple prepositions [0/20]
  • 8.1.1 Italian preposition "di" (of, from,...) [0/1]
  • 8.1.2 Italian preposition "a" (at, to,...) [0/1]
  • 8.1.3 Italian preposition "da" (by, from,...) [0/1]
  • 8.1.4 Italian preposition "in" (in, to,...) [0/1]
  • 8.1.5 Italian preposition "con" (with) [0/1]
  • 8.1.6 Italian preposition "su" (on, over,...) [0/1]
  • 8.1.7 Italian preposition "per" (for, to,...) [0/1]
  • 8.1.8 Italian prepositions "tra/ fra" (between, among,...) [0/1]
  • 8.1.9 "On" in Italian (su)
  • 8.1.10 "To" in Italian [0/4]
  • 8.1.11 Italian prepositions of place and time [0/3]
  • 8.1.12 Simple preposition chart - English to Italian [0/5]
  • 8.2 Italian articulated prepositions [0/3]
  • 8.3 Expressions with Italian prepositions [0/2]
  • 9 Italian adverbs [0/24]
  • 9.1 Italian adverbs of manner (good, bad, so) [0/4]
  • 9.2 Italian adverbs of frequency and time (always, now) [0/4]
  • 9.3 Italian adverbs of place (here, there) [0/4]
  • 9.4 Italian adverbs of quantity (more, nothing, enough) [0/3]
  • 9.5 Italian affirmation/negation adverbs (Yes, No, Neither) [0/4]
  • 9.6 Italian adverbs of doubt, interrogative/exclamative [0/5]
  • 10 Italian comparatives, superlatives (adjectives/adverbs) [0/7]
  • 11 Italian tenses and verb conjugation [0/17]
  • 11.1 Present tense in Italian (presente indicativo) [0/2]
  • 11.2 Past tenses in Italian [0/11]
  • 11.3 Future tenses in Italian [0/4]
  • 12 Italian verbs [0/94]
  • 12.1 Functions and classification of Italian verbs [0/1]
  • 12.2 Transitive and intransitive verbs in Italian [0/2]
  • 12.3 Active voice and passive voice in Italian [0/2]
  • 12.4 Italian regular verbs [0/30]
  • 12.4.1 First conjugation in Italian (verbs ending in -are) [0/16]
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  • 12.4.1.1 Conjugation of abitare (to dwell) in Italian [0/2]
  • 12.4.1.2 Conjugation of amare (to love) in Italian [0/2]
  • 12.4.1.3 Conjugation of giocare (to play) in Italian [0/2]
  • 12.4.1.4 Conjugation of lavorare (to work) in Italian [0/2]
  • 12.4.1.5 Conjugation of mangiare (to eat) in Italian [0/2]
  • 12.4.1.6 Conjugation of parlare (to speak) in Italian [0/2]
  • 12.4.1.7 Conjugation of studiare (to study) in Italian [0/2]
  • 12.4.1.8 Conjugation of pagare (to pay) in Italian [0/1]
  • 12.4.2 Second conjugation in Italian (verbs ending in -ere) [0/6]
  • 12.4.3 Third conjugation in Italian (verbs ending in -ire) [0/8]
  • 12.5 Italian irregular verbs [0/38]
  • 12.5.1 Conjugation of irregular verbs ending in -are [0/8]
  • 12.5.2 Conjugation of irregular verbs ending in -ere [0/24]
  • 12.5.2.1 Conjugation of sapere (to know) in Italian [0/2]
  • 12.5.2.2 Conjugation of leggere (to read) in Italian [0/2]
  • 12.5.2.3 Conjugation of mettere (to put) in Italian [0/2]
  • 12.5.2.4 Conjugation of piacere (to like) in Italian [0/2]
  • 12.5.2.5 Conjugation of rimanere (to remain, to stay) in Italian [0/2]
  • 12.5.2.6 Conjugation of conoscere (to know) in Italian [0/2]
  • 12.5.2.7 Conjugation of scrivere (to write) in Italian [0/2]
  • 12.5.2.8 Conjugation of vivere (to live) in Italian [0/2]
  • 12.5.2.9 Conjugation of chiudere (to close, to shut) in Italian [0/2]
  • 12.5.2.10 Conjugation of prendere (to take, to catch) in Italian [0/2]
  • 12.5.2.11 Conjugation of bere (to drink) in Italian [0/2]
  • 12.5.2.12 Conjugation of tenere (to hold, to keep) in Italian [0/2]
  • 12.5.3 Conjugation of irregular verbs ending in -ire [0/6]
  • 12.6 Italian modal verbs [0/6]
  • 12.7 Italian reflexive verbs [0/2]
  • 12.8 Verbi sovrabbondanti in Italian [0/2]
  • 12.9 Verbi difettivi in Italian [0/2]
  • 12.10 Verbi fraseologici in Italian [0/2]
  • 12.11 Verbi impersonali in Italian [0/2]
  • 12.12 Auxiliary verbs (essere, avere) in Italian [0/5]
  • 12.13 Verbs and prepositions in Italian
  • 13 Italian moods
  • 14 Indicative mood in Italian
  • 15 Subjunctive in Italian [0/9]
  • 16 Conditional in Italian [0/4]
  • 17 Infinitive in Italian [0/1]
  • 18 Imperative in Italian [0/3]
  • 19 Gerund in Italian [0/3]
  • 20 Present participle in Italian [0/1]
  • 21 Past participle in Italian [0/1]
  • 22 Italian sentences [0/15]
  • 22.1 Italian sentence structure (word order) [0/4]
  • 22.2 Structure of complex Italian sentences [0/4]
  • 22.3 Not in Italian (negation, negative sentences) [0/3]
  • 22.4 Italian interrogative sentences (questions) [0/1]
  • 22.5 Italian conditional sentences (if-clauses) [0/1]
  • 22.6 Italian passive sentences [0/1]
  • 22.7 Italian impersonal construction (Si impersonale) [0/1]
  • 23 Italian conjunctions [0/4]
  • Conjugation of piacere (to like) in Italian

    Exercises

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    1. Fill in the blanks with the correct form of the piacere Score -/-
    2. Drag the correct form of piacere into the correct space Score -/-

    The Italian irregular verb piacere means to like.

    enlightenedBe careful! This verb form the compound tenses with the auxiliary essere.

    It usually goes with the personal pronouns as indirect object of the verb.

    Moreover, the person of the verb matches with the direct object, namely an infinitive clause or a general object.

    • Mi piace mangiare. (I like to eat)
    • Mi piaci tu. (I like you)
    • Ti piace correre. (You like to run)
    • Gli piace la tua torta. (He likes your cake)

     

    Indicative

    Presente (Present)

      Piacere
    Io piaccio
    Tu piaci
    Egli / ella piace
     Noi

    piacciamo

    Voi piacete
    Essi / esse piacciono

     

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    Passato Prossimo (Present Perfect)

      Piacere
    Io ero piaciuto
    Tu sei piaciuto
    Egli / ella è piaciuto
     Noi siamo piaciuti
    Voi siete piaciuti
    Essi / esse sono piaciuti

     

    Imperfetto (Imperfect)

      Piacere
    Io piacevo
    Tu piacevi
    Egli / ella piaceva
     Noi piacevamo
    Voi piacevate
    Essi / esse piacevano

     

    Trapassato Prossimo (Past Perfect)

      Piacere
    Io ero piaciuto
    Tu eri piaciuto
    Egli / ella era piaciuto
    Noi eravamo piaciuti
    Voi eravate piaciuti
    Essi / esse erano piaciuti

     

    Passato Remoto (Absolute Past)

      Piacere
    Io piacqui
    Tu piacesti
    Egli / ella piacque
     Noi piacemmo
    Voi piaceste
    Essi / esse piacquero

     

    Trapassato Remoto (Preterite Perfect)

      Piacere
    Io fui piaciuto
    Tu fosti piaciuto
    Egli / elle fu piaciuto
    Noi fummo piaciuti
    Voi foste piaciuti
    Essi / esse furono piaciuti

     

    Futuro Semplice (Simple Future)

      Piacere
    Io piace
    Tu piacerai
    Egli / ella piace
    Noi piaceremo
    Voi piacerete
    Essi / esse piaceranno

     

    Futuro Anteriore (Future Perfect)

      Piacere
    Io sarò piaciuto
    Tu sarai piaciuto
    Egli / ella sarà piaciuto
    Noi saremo piaciuti
    Voi sarete piaciuti
    Essi / esse saranno piaciuti

     

    Congiuntivo (Subjunctive)

    Presente (Present)

      Piacere
    (Che) io piaccia
    (Che) tu piaccia
    (Che) egli / ella piaccia
    (Che) noi piacciamo
    (Che) voi piacciate
    (Che) essi / esse piacciano

     

    Passato (Past)

      Piacere
    (Che) io sia piaciuto
    (Che) tu sia piaciuto
    (Che) egli / ella sia piaciuto
    (Che) noi siamo piaciuti
    (Che) voi siate piaciuti
    (Che) essi / esse siano piaciuti

     

    Imperfetto (Imperfect)

      Piacere
    (Che) io piacessi
    (Che) tu piacessi
    (Che) egli / ella piacesse
    (Che) noi piacessimo
    (Che) voi piaceste
    (Che) essi / esse piacessero

     

    Trapassato (Past Perfect)

      Piacere
    (Che) io fossi piaciuto
    (Che) tu fossi piaciuto
    (Che) egli / ella fosse piaciuto
    (Che) noi fossimo piaciuti
    (Che) voi foste piaciuti
    (Che) essi / esse fossero piaciuti

     

    Condizionale (Conditional)

    Presente (Present)

      Piacere
    Io piacerei
    Tu piaceresti
    Egli / ella piacerebbe
    Noi piaceremmo
    Voi piacereste
    Essi / esse piacerebbero

     

    Passato (Past)

      Piacere
    Io sarei piaciuto
    Tu saresti piaciuto
    Egli / ella sarebbe piaciuto
    Noi saremmo piaciuti
    Voi sareste piaciuti
    Essi / esse sarebbero piaciuti


    Imperativo (Imperative)

      Presente
    Io -
    Tu piaci
    Egli / ella piaccia
    Noi piacciamo
    Voi piacete
    Essi / esse piacciano

     

    Infinito (Infinitive)

    Presente Passato
    piacere essere piaciuto

     

    Participio (Participle)

    Presente Passato
    piacente piaciuto

     

    Gerundio (Gerund)

    Presente Passato
    piacendo essendo piaciuto