What is a conjugation?
In Italian a verb is recognizable from the last three letters that it takes in the infinitive (the infinitive is the form used in dictionary entries):
There are 3 of this conjugations: ARE ERE IRE
Just like the verb piacere in the present tense, piacere in other tenses takes the third-person singular and plural. Piacere is conjugated with essere in the passato prossimo, so the past participle agrees in gender and number with the subject. … Continued
Adverbs of TIME: » appena (just/as soon as) » ancora (still/yet) » già (already) Generally, you place most adverbs close to the words they modify: exception to this rule is these adverbs. APPENA as soon as / just is used to indicate … Continued
These FRA and TRA prepositions are identical in meaning. The only clear reason to prefer one over the other is to avoid unpleasant sound combinations: fra tre ore is preferred to tra tre ore tra fratelli is preferred to … Continued
VERBI + PREPOSIZIONI ⇒VERBO + A + INFINITO abituarsi a → to get used to affrettarsi a → to harry aiutare a → to help andare a → to go cominciare a → to start/to begin condannare a → to condemn contiunare a … Continued