Daily Verb Lesson: Italian for commit is commettere

The Italian verb for commit is the irregular -ERE verb commettere.
... imagine Hayley COMMITS a sin studying COMETS.
Commettere can also mean: to commit (ie sin, offence, adultery);
to make (an error).
Related words include:
  - commettere adulterio / peccato / delitto / omicidio :
    to commit adultery / a sin / crime / murder.
  - commettere un fallo su un giocatore : to commit a foul on a player.
  - commettere un errore : to make a mistake, to blunder.
Other irregular ERE Verbs with changes in the Passato Remoto and the Past Participle conjugations include : mettere, commettere, compromettere, emettere, omettere, permettere, promettere, sommettere.
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           to commit : commettere
Imagine Hayley commits a sin studying COMETS!
commettere - VERB CONJUGATION TABLE - to commit
Simple Tenses commettere  Present Participle: commettente

commetto commetti commette commettiamo commettete commettono
Past Imperfect
commettevo commettevi commetteva commettevamo commettevate commettevano
Simple Past
Passato remoto

commisi commettesti commise commettemmo commetteste commisero
Futuro semplice

will commit
commetterò commetterai commetterà commetteremo commetterete commetteranno

would commit
commetterei commetteresti commetterebbe commetteremmo commettereste commetterebbero
Congiuntivo Presente

may commit
commetta commetta commetta commettiamo commettiate commettano
Compound Tenses commettere  Past Participle: commesso
Present Perfect
Passato Prossimo

have committed
ho commesso hai commesso ha commesso abbiamo commesso avete commesso hanno commesso
Past Perfect
Trapassato Prossimo

had committed
avevo commesso avevi commesso aveva commesso avevamo commesso avevate commesso avevano commesso
Future Perfect
Futuro Anteriore

will have committed
avrò commesso avrai commesso avrà commesso avremo commesso avrete commesso avranno commesso
Conditional Perfect
Condizionale Passato

would have committed
avrei commesso avresti commesso avrebbe commesso avremmo commesso avreste commesso avrebbero commesso
Perfect Subjunctive
Congiuntivo Passato

may have committed
abbia commesso abbia commesso abbia commesso abbiamo commesso abbiate commesso abbiano commesso

non commettere
(non) commetta! (non) commettiamo! (non) commettete! (non) commettano!
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