The Italian verb for smile is the irregular -ERE verb sorridere.
... imagine you smile and say, "SORRY DEARIE!"
Sorridere can also mean: to grin.
Related words include:
- sorridere a: to smile at.
- sorridere con compiacimento : to smirk (ie. to smile with smugness, satisfaction).
- sorridere radiosamente/raggiante : to smile radiantly, to beam.
- il sorriso (nm) : smile.
Other irregular ERE Verbs with changes in the Passato Remoto and the Past Participle conjugations include : arridere, coincidere, dividere, irridere, uccidere.
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to smile : sorridere
Imagine you smile and say, "SORRY, DEARIE!"
✔ Sorridere is an irregular -ERE verb. ✔
Learn sorridere and it will reinforce the pattern for other -ERE verbs with the same irregular pattern. ✔
Do the daily verb every day to gain a solid knowledge of the -ERE and other verb families' conjugation patterns.
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