Daily Verb Lesson: Italian for lie is mentire

The Italian verb for lie is the regular -IRE verb mentire.
... imagine you don't lie but say, What I MEANT 'ERE is that I did not have sax with that woman!
Mentire can also mean: to tell lies.
Related words include:
  - mentire a qualcuno su/riguardo a : to lie to someone about something.
  - non saper mentire : to be a bad liar.
  - sapendo di mentire : to lie deliberately.
  - la menzogna / la bugia (nf) : lie.
  - il bugiardo / la bugiardo (nm/f) : liar (m/f).
Other IRE verbs with regular conjugations include : nutrire, bollire, divestire, invertire, mentire, plaudire, investire, sentire.
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           to lie : mentire
Imagine you don't lie but say, "What I MEANT 'ERE! is that I did not have sax with that woman!"
mentire - VERB CONJUGATION TABLE - to lie
Simple Tenses mentire  Present Participle: mentente

mento menti mente mentiamo mentite mentono
Past Imperfect
mentivo mentivi mentiva mentivamo mentivate mentivano
Simple Past
Passato remoto

mentii mentisti mentì mentimmo mentiste mentirono
Futuro semplice

will lie
mentirò mentirai mentirà mentiremo mentirete mentiranno

would lie
mentirei mentiresti mentirebbe mentiremmo mentireste mentirebbero
Congiuntivo Presente

may lie
menta menta menta mentiamo mentiate mentano
Imperative Tense mentire  Imperativo

non mentire
(non) menta! (non) mentiamo! (non) mentite! (non) mentano!
Compound Tenses mentire  Past Participle: mentito
Present Perfect
Passato Prossimo

have lied
ho mentito hai mentito ha mentito abbiamo mentito avete mentito hanno mentito
Past Perfect
Trapassato Prossimo

had lied
avevo mentito avevi mentito aveva mentito avevamo mentito avevate mentito avevano mentito
Future Perfect
Futuro Anteriore

will have lied
avrò mentito avrai mentito avrà mentito avremo mentito avrete mentito avranno mentito
Conditional Perfect
Condizionale Passato

would have lied
avrei mentito avresti mentito avrebbe mentito avremmo mentito avreste mentito avrebbero mentito
Perfect Subjunctive
Congiuntivo Passato

may have lied
abbia mentito abbia mentito abbia mentito abbiamo mentito abbiate mentito abbiano mentito
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