Daily Verb Lesson: Italian for get worse is aggravarsi

The Italian verb for worsen is the reflexive -ARE verb aggravarsi.
... imagine things get worse after the AGGRAVATION!
Aggravarsi can also mean: to become aggravated, to get worse; to inflame.
Related words include:
  - aggravare (v) : to worsen to aggravate.
  - l'aggravante (nf) : aggravating (thing, circumstance).
  - l'aggravata (nm) : aggravation, worsening. / l'aggravio (nm) : increase (ie fiscal).
The meaning of verbs can change when in the Reflexive. They often show action done to oneself 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 worsen : aggravarsi
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aggravarsi - VERB CONJUGATION TABLE - to worsen
Simple Tenses aggravarsi  Present Participle: aggravante
io mi
tu ti
lui/lei/Lei si
noi ci
voi vi
loro/Loro si

get worse
aggravo aggravi aggrava aggraviamo aggravate aggravano
Past Imperfect
got worse
aggravavo aggravavi aggravava aggravavamo aggravavate aggravavano
Simple Past
Passato remoto

got worse
aggravai aggravasti aggravò aggravammo aggravaste aggravarono
Futuro semplice

will get worse
aggraverò aggraverai aggraverà aggraveremo aggraverete aggraveranno

would get worse
aggraverei aggraveresti aggraverebbe aggraveremmo aggravereste aggraverebbero
Congiuntivo Presente

may get worse
aggravi aggravi aggravi aggraviamo aggraviate aggravino
Compound Tenses aggravarsi  Past Participle: essere aggravato/a/i/e
Present Perfect
Passato Prossimo

have gotten worse
sono aggravato/a sei aggravato/a è aggravato/a siamo aggravati/e siete aggravati/e sono aggravati/e
Past Perfect
Trapassato Prossimo

had gotten worse
ero aggravato/a eri aggravato/a era aggravato/a eravamo aggravati/e eravate aggravati/e erano aggravati/e
Future Perfect
Futuro Anteriore

will have gotten worse
sarò aggravato/a sarai aggravato/a sarà aggravato/a saremo aggravati/e sarete aggravati/e saranno aggravati/e
Conditional Perfect
Condizionale Passato

would've gotten worse
sarei aggravato/a saresti aggravato/a sarebbe aggravato/a saremmo aggravati/e sareste aggravati/e sarebbero aggravati/e
Perfect Subjunctive
Congiuntivo Passato

may've gotten worse
sia aggravato/a sia aggravato/a sia aggravato/a siamo aggravati/e siate aggravati/e siano aggravati/e

get worse!
non aggravarti
(non) si aggravi! (non) aggraviamoci! (non) aggravatevi! (non) si aggravino!
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