Daily Verb Lesson: Italian for amuse (oneself) is divertirsi

The Italian verb for amuse (oneself) is the reflexive -IRE verb divertirsi.
... imagine to amuse yourself you DIVERT TEARS!
divertirsi can also mean: to entertain oneself.
Related words include:
  - divertire (v) : to enjoy, to have fun, to entertain.
  - divertente (adj/pp) : amusing, funny, entertaining, enjoyable.
  - il divertimento (nm) : amusement, fun, entertainment, good time.
The meaning of verbs can change when in the Reflexive. They often show action done to each other or between each other, and use the Reflexive Pronoun (mi, ti, si, ci, vi, si). Reflexive verbs also take essere in the compound tenses and the Past Participle agrees in number and gender with the subject.
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           to amuse (oneself) : divertirsi
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divertirsi - VERB CONJUGATION TABLE - to amuse (oneself)
Simple Tenses divertirsi  Present Participle: divertente
io mi
tu ti
lui/lei/Lei si
noi ci
voi vi
loro/Loro si

diverto diverti diverte divertiamo divertite divertono
Past Imperfect
divertivo divertivi divertiva divertivamo divertivate divertivano
Simple Past
Passato remoto

divertii divertisti diverti divertimmo divertiste divertirono
Futuro semplice

will amuse
divertirò divertirai divertirà divertiremo divertirete divertiranno

would amuse
divertirei divertiresti divertirebbe divertiremmo divertireste divertirebbero
Congiuntivo Presente

may amuse
diverta diverta diverta divertiamo divertiate divertano
Compound Tenses divertirsi  Past Participle: essere divertuto/a/i/e
Present Perfect
Passato Prossimo

have amused
sono divertito/a sei divertito/a è divertito/a siamo divertiti/e siete divertiti/e sono divertiti/e
Past Perfect
Trapassato Prossimo

had amused
ero divertito/a eri divertito/a era divertito/a eravamo divertiti/e eravate divertiti/e erano divertiti/e
Future Perfect
Futuro Anteriore

will have amused
sarò divertito/a sarai divertito/a sarà divertito/a saremo divertiti/e sarete divertiti/e saranno divertiti/e
Conditional Perfect
Condizionale Passato

would have amused
sarei divertito/a saresti divertito/a sarebbe divertito/a saremmo divertiti/e sareste divertiti/e sarebbero divertiti/e
Perfect Subjunctive
Congiuntivo Passato

may have amused
sia divertito/a sia divertito/a sia divertito/a siamo divertiti/e siate divertiti/e siano divertiti/e

non divertirti
(non) si diverta! (non) divertiamoci! (non) divertitevi! (non) si divertano!
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