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Review Sheet: Test # 1:
Verbs you should be familiar with and you should be able to conjugate: (USE THE
CONJUGATION SHEET I GAVE YOU AND THE CONJUGATION WEBSITE I GAVE YOU
AS WELL: www.italian-verbs.com) *On the website, they use egli and essi. Ignore
those and use lui/lei and loro. Egli and Essi are the way the used to be taught. Stick to
what we did in class. Conjugations are still the same.)
1. Bere: to drink
14. Scrivere: to write
2. Comprare: to buy
15. Capire: to understand
3. Ballare: to dance
16. Leggere: to read
4. Portare: to bring
17. Prendere: to take
5. Dire: to say
18. Essere: to be
6. Parlare: to talk
19. Venire: to come
7. Dormire: to sleep
20. Perdere: to lose
8. Andare: to go
21. Arrivare: to arrive
9. Mangiare: to eat
22. Partire: to leave
10. Studiare: to study
23. Vendere: to sell
11. Mettere: to put
24. Correre: to run
12. Guardare: to watch
25. Finire: to finish
13. Lavorare: to work
ALSO, make sure you know how to conjugate the verb ESSERE: to be!!
Io sono
tu sei
lui/lei e’
noi siamo
voi siete
loro sono
Classroom Objects: (MUST KNOW THE ARTICLES)
1. la penna: the pen
2. il libro: the book
3. la lavagna: the chalkboard
7. la scrivania: the desk
4. il gesso: chalk
8. la finestra: the window
5. il professore/la professora:
male/female teacher
9. la porta: the door
6. lo studente/la studentessa:
male/female student
10. il quaderno: notebook
11. la scuola: the school
Know when to use the indefinite articles un, uno, una and un’ and when to use the
definite articles la, il, lo and l’. (REFER TO THE POWERPOINT THAT I POSTED)
uno: before a masculine word the begins with s plus consonant, x, y, z, ps, gn
una: before a feminine word that begina with a consonant
un: before all other masculine words
un’: before feminine words that begin with a vowel
Examples: un ragazzo, uno studente, una mamma: The Italian indefinite article
(l'articolo indeterminativo) corresponds to English a/an and is used with singular nouns.
lo: before masculine nouns beginning with s + consonant or z.
il: before masculine nouns beginning with all other consonants.
l’: before masculine and feminine nouns beginning with a vowel.
la:before feminine nouns beginning with any consonant.
Examples: il giorno, lo zio, l’amica, la casa: The Italian definite articles (l'articolo
determinativo) corresponds to the English the.
I Numeri:
piu: +
per: x
uguale, fa, fanno: =
meno: diviso: / (÷)
KNOW HOW TO SOLVE MATH PROBLEMS IN ITALIAN. THE ANSWER MUST BE IN
ITALIAN!!!!
Example: uno piu uno fa due OR if I give you 1+1=2, you have to write the word
form of that.
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