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  1. Conjugating Italian Verbs: What is a verb conjugation? Why do we conjugate? Common –ARE Verbs Come facciamo? How do we do it? Pratichiamo! Let’s Practice! With the help of:

  2. What is a conjugation? • A conjugation is used when we take a Verb (Action word) in its Infinitive form and change it to say who did the action. • Infinitive verbs are verbs that are not changed/do not have a “who” completing the action • In English, an infinitive is to read or to jump. Add “to” to any action word • In Italian, an infinitive has an –ARE, –ERE, or –IRE at the end of it. An example would be “Guardare” (to watch) • We will be exploring Regular –ARE verbs today • Some Italian verbs are irregular and are not conjugated in the pattern we will learn today • Verbs can also be irregular in English. An example is “to be” which is conjugated into I am, you are, he/she is, etc.

  3. Common Italian ARE Verbs:Chesignificano?Click each graphic to reveal the English translation 1. Parlare 2. Camminare To walk To talk/speak 4. Viaggiare To travel 3. Mangiare To eat

  4. Why do we need to conjugate? • We need to know WHO is completing the action • In English, we add pronouns: I jump We jump You jump You (all) jump He or She jumps They jump • In Italian, we add special endings to verbs: Io –o Noi –iamo Tu –iVoi –ate Lui or Lei –a Loro –ano

  5. Come facciamo?Procedures to conjugating an –ARE Verb Forgot the endings? Click me to go back to the last slide! Step 1: Cross off the –ARE (click) Parlare Step 2: Add the ending you need that tells us who did the action Parl Io parlNoiparl TuparlVoiparl Lui/Lei parlLoroparl o iamo Quiz yourself on the endings., then click each pronoun to reveal the answer! i ate a ano

  6. Pratichiamo!Let’s Practice! Do you need help? • Io _______________ (travel) all’Italiaogni estate. Click the correct conjugation for the given sentence: viaggiate viaggio viaggi

  7. Click the question number you were working on to try again! Come facciamo?Procedures to conjugating an –ARE Verb 1 Step 1: Cross off the –ARE (click) 2 Parlare 3 4 Step 2: Add the ending you need that tells us who did the action 5 Parl 6 Io parlNoiparl TuparlVoiparl Lui/Lei parlLoroparl o iamo 7 i ate 8 a ano

  8. Seisicuri?Are you sure? Click Professor Toto to go back the question…

  9. BRAVO! Great job! Click for sound! Click Professore Toto for the next question…

  10. Pratichiamo!Let’s Practice! Do you need help? 2. Lui ______________ (speaks) al telefono con Silvia. Click the correct conjugation for the given sentence: parla parliamo parli

  11. Seisicuri?Are you sure? Click Professor Toto to go back the question…

  12. BRAVO! Great job! Click for sound! Click Professore Toto for the next question…

  13. Pratichiamo!Let’s Practice! Do you need help? 3. Lei ______________ (walks) al parcoduranteilgiorno. Click the correct conjugation for the given sentence: cammini camminano cammina

  14. Seisicuri?Are you sure? Click Professor Toto to go back the question…

  15. BRAVO! Great job! Click Professore Toto for the next question…

  16. Pratichiamo!Let’s Practice! Do you need help? 4. Noi ______________ (travel) a Florida invernoprossimo. Click the correct conjugation for the given sentence: viaggiate viaggi viaggiamo

  17. Seisicuri?Are you sure? Click Professor Toto to go back the question…

  18. BRAVO! Great job! Click for sound! Click Professore Toto for the next question…

  19. Pratichiamo!Let’s Practice! Do you need help? 5. Voi _______________ (eat) tanto al ristoranteitaliano. Click the correct conjugation for the given sentence: mangi mangiate mangio

  20. Seisicuri?Are you sure? Click Professor Toto to go back the question…

  21. BRAVO! Great job! Click for sound! Click Professore Toto for the next question…

  22. Pratichiamo!Let’s Practice! Do you need help? 6. Loro _______________ (walk) allascuolaognimattina. Click the correct conjugation for the given sentence: camminano camminate cammina

  23. Seisicuri?Are you sure? Click Professor Toto to go back the question…

  24. BRAVO! Great job! Click for sound! Click Professore Toto for the next question…

  25. Pratichiamo!Let’s Practice! Do you need help? 7. Tu ______________ (eat) spaghetti e polpettistasera. Click the correct conjugation for the given sentence: mangiamo mangia mangi

  26. Seisicuri?Are you sure? Click Professor Toto to go back the question…

  27. BRAVO! Great job! Click for sound! Click Professore Toto for the next question…

  28. Pratichiamo!Let’s Practice! Do you need help? 8. Io _________________ (speak) italiano e inglese. Click the correct conjugation for the given sentence: parlate parlo parlano

  29. Seisicuri?Are you sure? Click Professor Toto to go back the question…

  30. BRAVISSIMO! Seilaureatideicongiugazioni –ARE… Great job! You’ve graduated from –ARE verb conjugations… Click for sound!

  31. Teacher PageNYS Standards for a Modern Foreign Language Listening & Speaking • Standard 1: Students will be able to use a language other than English for communication. • Key Idea: LISTENING & SPEAKING are primary communicative goals in modern language learning. These skills are used for the purposes of socializing, providing and acquiring information, expressing personal feelings and opinions, and getting others to adopt a course of action. • Performance Indicators--Students will: • Checkpoint A • comprehend language consisting of simple vocabulary and structures in face-to-face conversation with peers and familiar adults • comprehend the main idea of more extended conversations with some unfamiliar vocabulary and structures as well as cognates of English words • call upon repetition, rephrasing, and nonverbal cues to derive or convey meaning from a language other than English • use appropriate strategies to initiate and engage in simple conversations with more fluent or native speakers of the same age group, familiar adults, and providers of common public services Reading & Writing • Standard 1: Students will be able to use a language other than English for communication. • Key Idea: READING & WRITING are used in languages other than English for the purposes of socializing, providing and acquiring information, expressing personal feelings and opinions, and getting others to adopt a course of action. • Performance Indicators--Students will: • Checkpoint A • understand the main idea and some details of simple informative materials written for native speakers • compose short, informal notes and messages to exchange information with members of the target culture This is an introductory Italian grammar lesson presents basic information on how to conjugate common, regular –ARE verbs. Students have just begun more advanced conversation and are learning to alter verbs in order to express who is completing the action. With this information, students will be able to write complete, Italian sentences with a recognizable subject and correctly conjugated verb.

  32. Resources: • Google Images • Professore Toto • Languages Other Than English (LOTE) NYS Standards