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Conjugation of the Italian verb agire

A list of the common conjugations for the Italian verb agire, along with their English translations.

Infinitive
agireto act

Present Indicative
io agiscoI act
tu agisciyou act
lui agiscehe acts
lei agisceshe acts
noi agiamowe act
voi agiteyou act
loro agisconothey act

Present Continuous / Presente Progressivo
Note for the Present Continuous Italian uses the present tense of the verb stare and the gerund of the verb.
io sto agendoI am acting
tu stai agendoyou are acting
lui sta agendohe is acting
lei sta agendoshe is acting
noi stiamo agendowe are acting
voi state agendoyou are acting
loro stanno agendothey are acting

Imperfect Indicative
io agivoI was acting
tu agiviyou were acting
lui agivahe was acting
lei agivashe was acting
noi agivamowe were acting
voi agivateyou were acting
loro agivanothey were acting

Past Historic / Passato remoto
This is a literary tense, i.e. a tense used in writing, in everyday speech the Passato Prossimo is used to refer to past actions.
io agiiI acted
tu agistiyou acted
lui agìhe acted
lei agìshe acted
noi agimmowe acted
voi agisteyou acted
loro agironothey acted

Past / Passato prossimo
io ho agitoI acted
tu hai agitoyou acted
lui ha agitohe acted
lei ha agitoshe acted
noi abbiamo agitowe acted
voi avete agitoyou acted
loro hanno agitothey acted

Pluperfect / Trapassato prossimo
io avevo agitoI had acted
tu avevi agitoyou had acted
lui aveva agitohe had acted
lei aveva agitoshe had acted
noi avevamo agitowe had acted
voi avevate agitoyou had acted
loro avevano agitothey had acted

Future Indicative
io agiròI will act
tu agiraiyou will act
lui agiràhe will act
lei agiràshe will act
noi agiremowe will act
voi agireteyou will act
loro agirannothey will act

Future Perfect / Futuro anteriore
The Italian Future Perfect or Futuro anteriore is made with the future tense of avere for transitive verbs or essere for reflexive and intransitive verbs and the past participle of the verb. The past participle agrees with the subject for verbs that take essere, or with the direct object for verbs that take avere.
io avrò agitoI will have acted
tu avrai agitoyou will have acted
lui avrà agitohe will have acted
lei avrà agitoshe will have acted
noi avremo agitowe will have acted
voi avrete agitoyou will have acted
loro avranno agitothey will have acted

Conditional
io agireiI would act
tu agirestiyou would act
lui agirebbehe would act
lei agirebbeshe would act
noi agiremmowe would act
voi agiresteyou would act
loro agirebberothey would act

Conditional Perfect / Condizionale Passato
The Italian Conditional Perfect or Condizionale Passato is made with the conditional tense of avere for transitive verbs or essere for reflexive and intransitive verbs and the past participle of the verb. The past participle agrees with the subject for verbs that take essere, or with the direct object for verbs that take avere.
io avrei agitoI would have acted
tu avresti agitoyou would have acted
lui avrebbe agitohe would have acted
lei avrebbe agitoshe would have acted
noi avremmo agitowe would have acted
voi avreste agitoyou would have acted
loro avrebbero agitothey would have acted

Present Subjunctive
(... che) io agisca(... that) I act
(... che) tu agisca(... that) you act
(... che) lui agisca(... that) he acts
(... che) lei agisca(... that) she acts
(... che) noi agiamo(... that) we act
(... che) voi agiate(... that) you act
(... che) loro agiscano(... that) they act

Imperative
agisce Act
agiamoLet's act
agite Act

Present Participle
agente acting

Past Participle
agito acted


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