Esercizio sulla concordanza dei modi e dei tempi verbali.

Completa le frasi trasformando il verbo all’infinito in un conguntivo (presente, passato, imperfetto, trapassato).

 

  1. Credo che lui (ESSERE) ______________________ simpatico
  2. Credevo che lui (ESSERE) ______________________ simpatico
  3. Spero che domani non (PIOVERE) ______________________
  4. Speravo che il giorno dopo non (PIOVERE) ______________________
  5. Luca vuole che tu (FARE) ______________________ i compiti
  6. Luca voleva che tu (FARE) ______________________ i compiti
  7. Credo che lui (PARTIRE) ______________________ ieri
  8. Credevo che lui (PARTIRE) ______________________ il giorno prima
  9. È probabile che loro (ARRIVARE) ______________________ la settimana scorsa
  10. Era probabile che loro (ARRIVARE) ______________________ la settimana precedente

 

Controlla le soluzioni più in basso:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. sia
  2. fosse
  3. piova
  4. sarebbe piovuto/avrebbe piovuto
  5. faccia
  6. facessi
  7. sia partito
  8. fosse partito
  9. siano arrivati
  10. fossero arrivati

Teacher Silvia

about me

I live in a town near Rome, the city that I love for its peculiar atmosfere and its precious heart. I lived in another fantastic city, London, for five years and it was such an enriching experience which I will never forget. I have in-depth experience teaching Italian as a Second and Foreign Language both in presence and online. Graduate in Italian Language and Literature in Rome at La Sapienza University, I have the DITALS Certification in Teaching Italian as a Second and Foreign Language by the University of Siena. I have taught Italian as a Second Language since 2003 in various contexts: intensive standard Italian courses, individual tuition, CELI and CILS Exam Preparation Courses, Business courses and online courses via Skype and have extensive knowledge of teaching adults of different ages, backgrounds and levels of competence. I'm passionate about my work because I love my native language and I also love the fact that people find Italian and Italy so interesting and beautiful. I think learning a foreign language is an exciting and challenging way to travel across a culture while enjoying yourself along the journey.

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