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Conjugation of the Italian verb suonare

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

Infinitive
suonareto sound

Present Indicative
io suonoI sound
tu suoniyou sound
lui suonahe sounds
lei suonashe sounds
noi suoniamowe sound
voi suonateyou sound
loro suonanothey sound

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 suonandoI am sounding
tu stai suonandoyou are sounding
lui sta suonandohe is sounding
lei sta suonandoshe is sounding
noi stiamo suonandowe are sounding
voi state suonandoyou are sounding
loro stanno suonandothey are sounding

Imperfect Indicative
io suonavoI was sounding
tu suonaviyou were sounding
lui suonavahe was sounding
lei suonavashe was sounding
noi suonavamowe were sounding
voi suonavateyou were sounding
loro suonavanothey were sounding

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 suonaiI sounded
tu suonastiyou sounded
lui suonòhe sounded
lei suonòshe sounded
noi suonammowe sounded
voi suonasteyou sounded
loro suonaronothey sounded

Past / Passato prossimo
io ho suonatoI sounded
tu hai suonatoyou sounded
lui ha suonatohe sounded
lei ha suonatoshe sounded
noi abbiamo suonatowe sounded
voi avete suonatoyou sounded
loro hanno suonatothey sounded

Pluperfect / Trapassato prossimo
io avevo suonatoI had sounded
tu avevi suonatoyou had sounded
lui aveva suonatohe had sounded
lei aveva suonatoshe had sounded
noi avevamo suonatowe had sounded
voi avevate suonatoyou had sounded
loro avevano suonatothey had sounded

Future Indicative
io suoneròI will sound
tu suoneraiyou will sound
lui suoneràhe will sound
lei suoneràshe will sound
noi suoneremowe will sound
voi suonereteyou will sound
loro suonerannothey will sound

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 suonatoI will have sounded
tu avrai suonatoyou will have sounded
lui avrà suonatohe will have sounded
lei avrà suonatoshe will have sounded
noi avremo suonatowe will have sounded
voi avrete suonatoyou will have sounded
loro avranno suonatothey will have sounded

Conditional
io suonereiI would sound
tu suonerestiyou would sound
lui suonerebbehe would sound
lei suonerebbeshe would sound
noi suoneremmowe would sound
voi suoneresteyou would sound
loro suonerebberothey would sound

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 suonatoI would have sounded
tu avresti suonatoyou would have sounded
lui avrebbe suonatohe would have sounded
lei avrebbe suonatoshe would have sounded
noi avremmo suonatowe would have sounded
voi avreste suonatoyou would have sounded
loro avrebbero suonatothey would have sounded

Present Subjunctive
(... che) io suoni(... that) I sound
(... che) tu suoni(... that) you sound
(... che) lui suoni(... that) he sounds
(... che) lei suoni(... that) she sounds
(... che) noi suoniamo(... that) we sound
(... che) voi suoniate(... that) you sound
(... che) loro suonino(... that) they sound

Imperative
suona Sound
suoniamoLet's sound
suonate Sound

Present Participle
suonante sounding

Past Participle
suonato sounded


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