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Итальянский язык > Italy Made Easy > Learn Italian: How to use a Verb Conjugator (Verbix) - Italian Tenses Ask Manu Italiano Ep.19 pt 2

first of all each other has a bunch of

tenses like English does like any other

language they're not really old

languages by the language that I'm

assuming you speak which is English you

also have a lot of a lot of tenses in

your language so how do we do it okay

let's say you have a verb conjugator

book or you go online to a place like

verb XCOM or whatever i'm going to show

you what verb Ock's looks like so if you

can't see it just go to very calm find

the verb and you will see the following

at the top you have nominal forms of

these ones you really only care about

the infinitive which obviously is the

verb partner in these cases to speak

that's the pure form of the verb that

nobody is using is like the idea of

speaking the other one that you care

about is the Jerome yo which is par

Lando G&G is useful to you guys whenever

you want to use the constructi­on star

plus j'ai une do which is the Italian

equivalent of a continuous action in the

present like stop parlando would be I am

speaking but please I have soon an

episode on exactly exactly this when to

use this form and went to use the

present tense and G entries use the

present tense as much as you can don't

use the continuous form in Italian

mostly avoid it but if you need to use

it that's the German do and then you see

there are four blocks like indicate Eva

conjunctiv­a conditiona­l imperative oh

now imperative up only has one tense

which is the imperative so that's the

one we used to give orders whether you

know it or not that's only one most

verbs that you have been studying and

the ones that I'm going to talk about

today come from the indicative 0 which

is the main mood it's called the mood

silly word but basically it's got a

bunch of herbs inside of tenses he got

presenter asato prosteven imperfecto

trap asato prossimo futo food Renteria a

subtle motto at repository motto of this

one's the passat remote on the trapper

subtly promote Oh are not very important

to you because

are really used in standard Italian

conversati­onal standard Italian we do

not really use them you will find them

in writing and they're used in the

talent version spoken in the South but

overall standard Italian doesn't use it

much it's used but not enough for you to

worry about so basically you're left

with six tenses when you look at it

present the present is the present tense

like I speak the passat approachab­le is

what in english correspond­s which

correspond­s to the English present

perfect even though in Italian it's used

to speak about anything in the past not

just recent things so but when you look

at it it's got the present tense of the

verb area which is the auxiliary verb

and then the past subtle the party cheap

your passado when you go back to the

nominal forms at the top here's another

one that you want to know which is the

past participle of the verb so parlera

goes parlato to mean spoken see in

english it's irregular it's spoken it's

not speak but parallel is regular so it

goes parlato if you don't know any of

this that worry don't worry ok I'm going

to help you version with simplifyin­g

when to pick which one imperfecta is the

verb that we use to describe things in

the past and to talk about continuous

actions in the past or habits in the

past so per la means I was speaking I

would always speak or I spoke in a

descriptio­n well I'm goes little I spoke

French for example trap asato proxima is

the past in the past in English we use

it as well for example I had not seen

that before which is different from I

have not seen that before it's a had not

seen that before ok so that's the kind

of verb the future talks about something

in the future but i'll tell you why

we're not going to use it much if you to

enter your is a future in the past like

in english i will have spoken so by the

time you come home i will have spoken to

your wife ok so these were these are the

verbs and what

translate the tenses then you have the

subjunctiv­e which is going to completely

different mood is quite difficult I have

an episode on subjunctiv­e trying to

understand when to use it but basically

if you need to use it you have 4 10 sees

the present tense and the pasado

prosumer and then you get the imperfecto

and the trap a subtle process imminent

subjunctiv­e is a monster i'm not going

to explain to you when to use it but

we're not going to worry about those

fences today and then you have the

conditiona­l which is a mood but it's

only only has two tenses the conditiona­l

present your peril array I would speak

and the conditiona­l past avril parlato I

would have spoken okay so this is this

is the main idea of how to use a

conjugator and I hope this helped you a

little bit because it's a monster when

you open a book and you see all that you

don't really know where to look

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