Italian Imperative- Regular Verbs

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A great way to practice the regular pattern of the imperative form of the regular verbs.
Includes useful common verbs such as ascoltare and prendere.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Choose the correct tu and Lei form for ASCOLTARE

    • A.

      Ascolte, ascolti

    • B.

      Ascolto, ascolta

    • C.

      Ascolta, ascolti

    • D.

      Ascolti, ascolto

    • E.

      Ascolta, ascolte

    Correct Answer
    C. Ascolta, ascolti
    Explanation
    The correct tu form for ASCOLTARE is "ascolta" because it is the correct form for the second person singular (informal) pronoun. The correct Lei form for ASCOLTARE is "ascolti" because it is the correct form for the second person singular (formal) pronoun.

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  • 2. 

    Conjugate ASCOLTARE for noi, voi, Loro

    Correct Answer
    ascoltiamo, ascoltate, ascoltino
    Explanation
    The correct answer is ascoltiamo, ascoltate, ascoltino. This is because the verb ASCOLTARE is conjugated as ascoltiamo for noi (we), ascoltate for voi (you all), and ascoltino for Loro (they).

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  • 3. 

    Conjugate CANTARE for tu, Lei

    Correct Answer
    canta, canti
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "canta, canti" because "canta" is the conjugation for "tu" (you) in the present tense, and "canti" is the conjugation for "Lei" (formal you) in the present subjunctive tense.

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  • 4. 

    Choose the correct noi, voi, Loro forms for CANTARE

    • A.

      Cantiamo, catiate, cantino

    • B.

      Canttiamo, cantate, cantino

    • C.

      Cantiamo, cantate, cantino

    • D.

      Canttiamo, cantiate, cantano

    Correct Answer
    C. Cantiamo, cantate, cantino
    Explanation
    The correct forms for "CANTARE" are "cantiamo" for "noi," "cantate" for "voi," and "cantino" for "Loro."

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  • 5. 

    Choose the right tu, Lei forms for FINIRE

    • A.

      Finita, finiti

    • B.

      Finiti, finita

    • C.

      Finisca, finisce

    • D.

      Finisci, finisca

    Correct Answer
    D. Finisci, finisca
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "finisci, finisca" because "finisci" is the tu form of the verb "finire" and "finisca" is the Lei form. The verb "finire" means "to finish" in English.

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  • 6. 

    Conjugate FINIRE for noi, voi, Loro

    Correct Answer
    finiamo, finite, finiscano
    Explanation
    The correct answer provides the correct conjugations of the verb "finire" for the pronouns "noi" (we), "voi" (you all), and "Loro" (they). The verb "finire" is conjugated as "finiamo" for "noi," "finite" for "voi," and "finiscano" for "Loro."

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  • 7. 

    Choose the right tu, Lei forms for PARTIRE

    • A.

      Parti, parta

    • B.

      Partisci, partisca

    • C.

      Parti, parte

    • D.

      Partisca, partisci

    Correct Answer
    A. Parti, parta
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "parti, parta" because "parti" is the correct tu form of the verb "partire" in the present tense, and "parta" is the correct Lei form of the verb in the present tense.

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  • 8. 

    Conjugate PARTIRE for noi, voi, Loro

    Correct Answer
    partiamo, partite, partano
    Explanation
    The correct answer is partiamo, partite, partano. These are the correct conjugations of the verb "partire" for the pronouns noi (we), voi (you all), and Loro (they).

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  • 9. 

    Conjugate FINIRE for tu, Lei, noi, voi, Loro

    Correct Answer
    finisci, finisca, finiamo, finite, finiscano
    Explanation
    In Italian, the verb "finire" means "to finish" or "to end." When conjugating "finire" in the present tense, the endings change depending on the subject pronoun. For example, "tu" (informal singular "you") becomes "finisci," "Lei" (formal singular "you") becomes "finisca," "noi" (we) becomes "finiamo," "voi" (you all) becomes "finite," and "Loro" (they) becomes "finiscano." These conjugations follow regular patterns for verbs ending in -ire in Italian. Understanding these conjugations is essential for accurately expressing actions in the present tense and communicating effectively in Italian.

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  • 10. 

    Choose the correct tu, Lei forms for RIPETERE

    • A.

      Ripeti, ripete

    • B.

      Ripete, ripeti

    • C.

      Ripetta, ripetti

    • D.

      Ripeti, ripeta

    Correct Answer
    D. Ripeti, ripeta
    Explanation
    The correct tu form for "RIPETERE" is "ripeti" and the correct Lei form is "ripeta".

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  • 11. 

    Choose the correct noi, voi, Loro forms for RIPETERE

    • A.

      Ripetiamo, ripetete, ripetono

    • B.

      Ripetiamo, ripete, ripetano

    • C.

      Ripetiamo, ripete, ripetino

    Correct Answer
    B. Ripetiamo, ripete, ripetano
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "ripetiamo, ripete, ripetano" because "ripetiamo" is the noi form, "ripete" is the voi form, and "ripetano" is the Loro form of the verb "ripetere" which means "to repeat" in Italian.

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  • 12. 

    Choose the correct tu, Lei, noi, voi, Loro forms for PRENDERE

    • A.

      Prende, prendi, prediammo, prendete, prendano

    • B.

      Prendi, prenda, prediammo, prendte, prendano

    • C.

      Prendi, prenda, prendiamo, prendete, prendano

    Correct Answer
    C. Prendi, prenda, prendiamo, prendete, prendano
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "prendi, prenda, prendiamo, prendete, prendano." This is because "prendi" is the tu form, "prenda" is the Lei form, "prendiamo" is the noi form, "prendete" is the voi form, and "prendano" is the Loro form of the verb "prendere," which means "to take" or "to grab" in English.

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