Daily Verb Lesson: Italian for march is marciare

The Italian verb for march is the irregular -ARE verb marciare.
... imagine the MARCH of the CHAR ladies!

Marciare can also mean: to parade; to stride.
Related words include:
  - la marcia (nf) : march, walk; gear, speed (auto).
  - il marciatore / la marciatrice (nm/f) : marcher; walker (sport).
  - il marciapiede (nm) : footpath, pavement, sidewalk.
These verbs remove an i in some conjugations. Verbs conjugated in this way also include : agganciare, arricciare, bilanciare, enunciare, marciare, pronunciare, scacciare, annunciare, falciare, sbucciare.

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           to march : marciare
Imagine the MARCH of the CHAR ladies!
marciare - VERB CONJUGATION TABLE - to march
Simple Tenses marciare  Present Participle: marciante

marcio marci marcia marciamo marciate marciano
Past Imperfect
marciavo marciavi marciava marciavamo marciavate marciavano
Simple Past
Passato remoto

marciai marciasti marciò marciammo marciaste marciarono
Futuro semplice

will march
marcerò marcerai marcerà marceremo marcerete marceranno

would march
marcerei marceresti marcerebbe marceremmo marcereste marcerebbero
Congiuntivo Presente

may march
marci marci marci marciamo marciate marcino
Compound Tenses marciare  Past Participle: marciato
Present Perfect
Passato Prossimo

have marched
ho marciato hai marciato ha marciato abbiamo marciato avete marciato hanno marciato
Past Perfect
Trapassato Prossimo

had marched
avevo marciato avevi marciato aveva marciato avevamo marciato avevate marciato avevano marciato
Future Perfect
Futuro Anteriore

will have marched
avrò marciato avrai marciato avrà marciato avremo marciato avrete marciato avranno marciato
Conditional Perfect
Condizionale Passato

would have marched
avrei marciato avresti marciato avrebbe marciato avremmo marciato avreste marciato avrebbero marciato
Perfect Subjunctive
Congiuntivo Passato

may have marched
abbia marciato abbia marciato abbia marciato abbiamo marciato abbiate marciato abbiano marciato

non marciare
(non) marci! (non) marciamo! (non) marciate! (non) marcino!
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