Italian Verbs#2 – Bere, Ridere, Vedere (video)


Hei Hei! Finally I’m posting the second video on Italian verbs! This time I’m teaching you how to say to drink, to laugh, to see + example sentences!

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8 thoughts on “Italian Verbs#2 – Bere, Ridere, Vedere (video)

  1. Mio professora, thank you for the post. I have a question. How come you have ‘bere’ as the stem word and it becomes ‘Io bevo’ in the sentence? And the same thing with ‘redere’ as the stem word, which becomes ‘Io redo molto’?

    Suggestion: could you please write the English translation for each sentence underneath the zitslin sentence, so we could analyze grammatically how a word changes when it occurs in different context? Thank you 🙂

    1. Ciao! Sometimes languages are hard to explain and there’s really no reason why something happens! Bere becomes bevo because of its latin suffix/origins. Ridere becomes rido! and there’s nothing different with it! Sorry, that’s the only thing I can tell you! Yes, I will try to write both Italian and English so that you can understand 🙂 All the best, L

      1. Grazie, Italian is a morphological language, there’s gotta be explanation for the word inflexion, that’s the my way to learn Arabic and Spanish, but thank you anyway.

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