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verbi irregolari  (con pronuncia)


    "Regole" ortografiche:
parole di 1 sillaba:  sit → sitting  (ma: site → siting, seat → seating)
parole di pių sillabe:  begìn → beginning, èdit → editing  (ma: lèvel → levelling)
he has → he's,  you have → you've,  he had → he'd,  he has not → he hasn't,  we have not → we haven't,  he had not → he hadn't
I am → I'm,  he is → he's,  we are → we're,  he is not → he isn't,  you are not → you aren't,  I was not → I wasn't,  we were not → weren't
does not → doesn't,  do not → don't,  did not → didn't
fine → finer, fined;  free → freed, freeing  (ma: peace → peaceable; courage → courageous)
fly → flies;  steady → steadied, steadily (ma se c'č una vocale prima di "y": donkey → donkeys, o se il nome è proprio: Cassidy → Cassidys)
(altre eccezioni: standby → standbys)
useful → usefully
    "Verbi" (forme per esprimere presente, passato, futuro, condizionale):
simple present (I often go to the cinema), present continuous (I'm going to the cinema), present perfect (it's the first time I have been to the cinema), present perfect continuous (I have studying Italian for two years);    present perfect (I have read two novels of him), simple past (I sent the letter two days ago), past continuous (I was reading a novel when he arrived), used to/would (when I lived in Genoa I used to go - or: I would go - near the port every morning);    will+infinito (the sun will rise at 7 a.m.), to be going to + infinito (it's going to rain), present continuous (what are you doing tonight?), future continuous (at this time tomorrow I'll be flying to Genoa), future perfect (by next month we'll have moved into the new house), future perfect continuous (in April we'll have been married for two years), to be+infinito (the flight is to arrive at nine), simple present (when you come to Genoa it will be summer), present perfect (if I have finished the cake by seven, I'll bring it this evening);    present conditional (I would like - I'd like - to go to India), present conditional continuous (I'd be going), perfect conditional (I would have liked to read that book but I had no time), perfect conditional continuous (would I have been going?).
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