Italian Final Study Guide

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Unformatted text preview: Italian Final Study Guide 17:23 Brooks Hall 145; 7:00-10:00 May 6, 2009 Vocaulare: Il teatro e il cinema (8) o definition in Italian and match the word il corpo umano (8) o illustration of body and name parts (spelling!) la parti dellautomobile (5) Cosa potano? (9) o Picture of person, will give you number of things to say o Porto/porti/porta/portiamo/portate/portano Cosa sta/stanno facendo? (10) Picture w/ subject, choose verb from list and conjugate PRESENTE PROGRESSIVO: o Stare + -are -> ando and ere/-ire endo Sto, stai, sta, stiamo, state, stanno o Reflexive, put reflexive pronoun in front of stare + ending Mi, ti, si, ci, vi, si Cosa ha (hanno) fatto ieri? (10) Word bank with verbs and subjects PASSATO PROSSIMO: o Present avere + -are -> ato; -ere -> -uto; -ire -> -ito o Ho, hai, ha, abbiamo, avete, hanno o Irregular past participle verbs: Accendere (to turn on): acceso Aprire (to open): aperto Assistere (to attend): assistito Bere (to drink): bevuto Chidere (to ask for): chiesto Chiudere (to close): chiuso Decidere (to decide): deciso Dipingere (to paint): dipinto Dire (to say/tell): detto Essere (to be): state Fare (to do/make): fatto Leggere (to read): letto Metter (to put): messo Prendere (to take): preso Rimanere (to stay): rimasto Rispondere (to answer): risposto Scrivere (to write): scritto Stendere (to stretch/hang out): steso Vedere (to see): visto Venire (to come): venuto Vivere (to live): vissuto o Present essere + -o (masculine singular); -a (feminine singular); -I (masculine plural) e (feminine plural) [agrees in gender and number with the subject of the verb] Sono, sei, , siamo, siete, sono When to use ESSERE: All reflexive All verbs that express reciprocal actions, such as Amarsi (to love each other) Capirsi (to understand each other) Conoscersi (to know each other) Vedersi (to see each other) Most intransitive verbs, such as Cadere (to fall) Costare (to cost) Essere (to be) Restare (to stay) Rientrare (to return) Stare (to stay/to be) Tornare (to get back, to go back)...
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