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Conjugation of the Italian verb amare

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

Infinitive
amareto love

Present Indicative
io amoI love
tu amiyou love
lui amahe loves
lei amashe loves
noi amiamowe love
voi amateyou love
loro amanothey love

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 amandoI am loving
tu stai amandoyou are loving
lui sta amandohe is loving
lei sta amandoshe is loving
noi stiamo amandowe are loving
voi state amandoyou are loving
loro stanno amandothey are loving

Imperfect Indicative
io amavoI was loving
tu amaviyou were loving
lui amavahe was loving
lei amavashe was loving
noi amavamowe were loving
voi amasteyou were loving
loro amavanothey were loving

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 amaiI loved
tu amastiyou loved
lui amòhe loved
lei amòshe loved
noi amammowe loved
voi amasteyou loved
loro amaronothey loved

Past / Passato prossimo
io ho amatoI loved
tu hai amatoyou loved
lui ha amatohe loved
lei ha amatoshe loved
noi abbiamo amatowe loved
voi avete amatoyou loved
loro hanno amatothey loved

Pluperfect / Trapassato prossimo
io avevo amatoI had loved
tu avevi amatoyou had loved
lui aveva amatohe had loved
lei aveva amatoshe had loved
noi avevamo amatowe had loved
voi avevate amatoyou had loved
loro avevano amatothey had loved

Future Indicative
io ameròI will love
tu ameraiyou will love
lui ameràhe will love
lei ameràshe will love
noi ameremowe will love
voi amereteyou will love
loro amerannothey will love

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 amatoI will have loved
tu avrai amatoyou will have loved
lui avrà amatohe will have loved
lei avrà amatoshe will have loved
noi avremo amatowe will have loved
voi avrete amatoyou will have loved
loro avranno amatothey will have loved

Conditional
io amereiI would love
tu amerestiyou would love
lui amerebbehe would love
lei amerebbeshe would love
noi ameremmowe would love
voi ameresteyou would love
loro amerebberothey would love

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 amatoI would have loved
tu avresti amatoyou would have loved
lui avrebbe amatohe would have loved
lei avrebbe amatoshe would have loved
noi avremmo amatowe would have loved
voi avreste amatoyou would have loved
loro avrebbero amatothey would have loved

Present Subjunctive
(... che) io ami(... that) I love
(... che) tu ami(... that) you love
(... che) lui ami(... that) he loves
(... che) lei ami(... that) she loves
(... che) voi amiate(... that) you love
(... che) loro amino(... that) they love

Imperative
ama Love
amiamoLet's love
amate Love

Past Participle
amato loved


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